The seven-date outing launches in December.
Frontman Ian Astbury also revisits meeting Sonic Youth and recording with Debbie Harry.
Performances from Tool and Judas Priest were called off as people were stuck in the parking lot.
Kings of Leon, DMB, and Mumford & Sons, plus comedy from Pete Holmes, Kevin Smith, and Tig Notaro.
Duran Duran, Sheryl Crow, Mark Ronson, Squeeze, Boyz II Men, and others will also perform.
The festivals include Welcome to Rockville, Epicenter, Sonic Temple, and Chicago Open Air.
Judas Priest, Bring Me the Horizon, Mastodon, Evanescence, The Cult, 311 and more also set to play the North Carolina festival.
Plus: Disturbed, Ghost, The Hives, Refused, The Distillers, Meshuggah, Lamb of God, Joan Jett, and many more.
Dubbed “Revolution 3,” the 20-date outing kicks off in mid-July.
These are the albums we wish we’d have been old enough to hear the first time ’round.
Lineups also revealed for sister festivals Fort Rock and Welcome to Rockville.
Rock’s biggest legacy act doesn’t have to take over the world. At this point, they could just buy it.