The Delaware event boasts Travis Scott, Vampire Weekend, Post Malone, Tyler the Creator, BROCKHAMPTON, Courtney Barnett, and… Panic! At the Disco.
Judas Priest, Bring Me the Horizon, Mastodon, Evanescence, The Cult, 311 and more also set to play the North Carolina festival.
The Lumineers, Khalid, The 1975, Jimmy Eat World, Hozier, Diplo, and King Princess are also heading to Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Scott will be joined by Post Malone, Lil Wayne, Rae Sremmurd, Young Thug, and more.
The Atlanta festival also promises Incubus, Tears For Fears, Interpol, Foals, Father John Misty, Dashboard Confessional, and Sharon Van Etten.
While there was no proper Ozzfest festival in 2018, a New Year’s Eve concert in L.A. will be jam-packed with major acts.
Watch performances from Paul McCartney, Metallica, Arctic Monkeys, Travis Scott, Deftones, St. Vincent, Janelle Monáe, and more.
The Phoenix-based event promises Odesza, Empire of the Sun, Umphrey’s McGee, Kurt Vile and the Violators, Margo Price, and more.
Featuring SZA, ASAP Rocky, Erykah Badu, James Blake, Tyler the Creator, Herbie Hancock, and more.
Featuring performances from Nas, Pusha-T, Teyana Taylor, Vic Mensa, Jamila Woods, and more.
The trio of acts replace Blink-182, who canceled their appearance due to health reasons.
The inaugural Raleigh, NC-based event also promises Nelly, Rich the Kid, Teyana Taylor, Saba, and EarthGang.