Fuji Rock’s 2023 offering just keeps getting bigger.

The upcoming edition of the famed Japanese music festival just added more names to the bill earlier this week.

Set to take place over three days from July 28 to 30 at Naeba Ski Resort, the 2023 lineup is headlined by previously announced American acts The Strokes, Foo Fighters, and Lizzo, who will also be joined by music super duo NxWorries’ Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge, rapper Denzel Curry, and more.

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Joining the bill are Seoul-based alternative K-pop group Balming Tiger and a number of Japanese hip hop and R&B artists, including Tohji, STUTS, and SIRUP—who also performed at the 2021’s edition.

Among the latest artists to be added to the lineup are French multi-instrumentalist FKJ, as well as EY∃ × COSMIC LAB and 菊池亮太 & ござ (Ryota Kikuchi & Goza), who will be performing collaborative sets.

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Tickets are now on sale via Fuji Rock’s website here. Limited second-round three-day tickets (running from March 3 to June 1) are priced at ¥52,000, with one-day tickets going for ¥22,000. Attendees between 16 and 22 years old can buy discounted tickets at ¥18,000. Children 15 years and younger can attend Fuji Rock for free.

The general ticket sale period will begin on June 2, with three- and one-day tickets priced at ¥55,000 and ¥23,000, respectively. The “Under22” ticket will remain to be sold for ¥18,000.

Fuji Rock is also offering campsite tickets for those who wish to stay onsite for the entire festival ¥5,000 per person. Complete details are available via the festival website.

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First held in 1997, Fuji Rock grew to become Japan’s largest outdoor music festival. In 2020, the festival was postponed for the first time in history due to pandemic restrictions. It returned in 2021 to feature an all-Japanese artist lineup. Last year, Vampire Weekend, Jack White, and Halsey performed as headliners.

See the full lineup below: