One of the biggest festivals in the US is coming back this year.

The festival unveiled a lineup for its 20th-anniversary event, which takes place at Zilker Park on October 1-3 and 8-10 on Thursday. Headliners like Erykah Badu and DaBaby are set to anchor the two-weekend festival, with other acts taking the stage for one weekend or both.

The festival's first weekend tickets sold out within an hour of release Thursday, but three-day tickets are still available online, and single-day passes will be available once the day-by-day schedule is announced.

The festival's first weekend tickets sold out within an hour of release Thursday, but three-day tickets are still available online, and single-day passes will be available once the day-by-day schedule is announced.

George Strait, Billie Ellish, Miley Cyrus, and Rufus Du Sol are among the other artists. More than 130 artists will take the stage throughout the festival, including Megan Thee Stallion, Doja Cat, Modest Mouse, Phoebe Bridgers, Jack Harlow, Bleachers, Greta Van Fleet, and Machine Gun Kelly.

The first weekend will feature St. Vincent, Tanya Tucker, Asleep at the Wheel, and Chet Faker. The second weekend will feature Trixie Mattel, Madeon, Jon Batiste, Durand Jones and the Indications, and Hinds.

Also, local Austinites Hip-Hop group Riders Against the Storm are performing the second weekend.

Three-day passes for the festival start at $300 and include access to Zilker Park, where guests will find eight stages, food from more than 35 local chefs, art vendors, and festival and band merchandise.

Festival attendees should watch the COVID-19 website for more information as the date approaches; festival representatives told KVUE.

COVID-19 canceled the festival last year but with most Americans receiving the vaccine and the state of Texas opening up to full capacity and GA tickets for the first weekend sold out.

I am looking forward to this year's festival