Coachella festival announced the full lineup for 2015 which includes Drake, AC/DC and Jack White.
The California festival made the announcement on Twitter, with more than 16,000 retweets in an hour.
David Guetta, Interpol and Florence and the Machine will also play over two weekends in Indio in April.
Acts like Tame Impala, Steely Dan and Alt-J are also on the line-up.
Festival organizers say admission passes will need to be bought with a shuttle pass to get people into the desert festival.
Azelia Banks, who’s on the Friday lineups tweeted: “I’m playing Coachella Y’all!!!! Woot Woot.”
The festival promotes the same three-night line-up over two consecutive weekends in the Southern California town of Indio.
It has a reputation for being the venue where top acts from the 1980s and 1990s reunite or kick off a tour.
Last year, Atlanta rappers Andre 3000 and Big Boi reunited after eight years as OutKast on the Coachella stage, while Stone Roses and Blur reassembled in 2013 to headline the festival.
With more than 40 years behind them, AC/DC released their 15th studio album Rock or Bust in December.
AC/DC, comprising Brian Johnson, Angus Young, Stevie Young, Cliff Williams and Phil Rudd, will kick off their Rock or Bust live tour in May in the Netherlands before a gig at Wembley Stadium in July.
Jack White, who has performed at Coachella in the past as the front man for The White Stripes, will headline the festival’s Saturday line-up, while hip-hop artist Drake will be the top act for the first time on Sunday.
The line-up of around 150 acts this year also includes Ryan Adams, Hozier, FKA twigs, Kiesza, SBTRKT, Alesso and Kaskade.
Tickets for Coachella 2015 go on sale on Wednesday, January 7, and cost $375.
Biffy Clyro have been forced to cancel their US tour dates as the band’s lead singer, Simon Neil, has been rushed back to the UK after suffering serious respiratory problems while on tour.
The band has released a statement which said doctors had advised Simon Neil “he was endangering his long term health if he chose to continue performing on this run.”
Biffy Clyro also confirmed they will no longer be performing at Coachella or continuing to support Muse across America and Canada.
The Scottish rockers do hope to continue with UK and European dates in the summer.
Biffy Clyro canceled their US tour dates due to Simon Neil’s respiratory problems
The band’s statement said: “Biffy Clyro have today been forced to cut short their North American tour and return to the UK immediately.
“Simon Neil has been struggling with a serious respiratory problem on the shows, including two nights supporting Muse at Madison Square Garden on Monday and Tuesday of this week, and was advised by doctors that he was endangering his long term health if he chose to continue performing on this run.
“Thus, further dates with Muse across the US and Canada, plus a second weekend performance at the Coachella Festival this coming Saturday, have now been cancelled.”
The statement, which was also posted on Biffy Clyro’s website, continued: “The band wish to express how sorry they are that they aren’t able to carry out the full run of shows, and hope to confirm a new run of North American shows shortly.
“All UK and European dates this summer should, however, remain unaffected.”
Biffy Clyro are due to headline this year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals. They have been touring their number one album Opposites since February.