The Black Keys, The Killers, Imagine Dragons, Cage the Elephant, and The Raconteurs are also expected to take the stage.
Black Star, G-Eazy, Lil Uzi Vert, DMX, Beast Coast, and Tierra Whack also confirmed for Minnesota hip-hop festival.
The 18-song set consisted mostly of greatest hits and covers.
A slate so promising that the hip-hop and R&B game may never be quite the same again.
A “subversive comedy documentary series” coming next month.
A blood-thirsty number for the Tom Hardy comic book blockbuster.
A Los Angeles playground for fans of twisted and progressive comedy.
The 14th year of the Chicago institution scrapped its way to another solid installment.
The trio of acts replace Blink-182, who canceled their appearance due to health reasons.
Texas rap luminary’s new album, Return of the Trill, also features Lil Wayne, Big K.R.I.T., Gary Clark Jr., and more.
“Today you’re eating treats/ Tomorrow worms are eating you.”
The film’s soundtrack also features contributions from Run the Jewels, Air Supply, A-ha, and Peter Gabriel.