The lineup for the 2016 Pitchfork Music Festival has arrived, and with it the promise of warmer, potentially quite muddy days ahead in Chicago. As has become tradition for the festival, this year’s lineup strikes a balance between different genres and eras of music, with up-and-comers sharing the stage with bona fide legends. Speaking of the latter—one of the more notable additions to this year’s festival is Brian Wilson performing Pet Sounds in its entirety, an artist no one thought they would ever see live again performing an album no one thought would ever get finished.

A schedule for the festival has yet to be announced, but three-day individual day passes are on sale now, and a full list of artists to play “spot the headliner” is below. If past years are any indication, a few more artists should be added to the fest’s lineup as the date approaches.

FRIDAY, JULY 15
Beach House
Broken Social Scene
Carly Rae Jepsen
Girl Band
Julia Holter
Mick Jenkins
Moses Sumney
The Range
Shamir
Twin Peaks
Whitney

SATURDAY, JULY 16
ANDERSON .Paak & the Free Nationals
BJ The Chicago Kid
Blood Orange
Brian Wilson performing Pet Sounds
Car Seat Headrest
Circuit des Yeux
Digable Planets
Holly Herndon
Jenny Hval
Kevin Morby
Martin Courtney
Oneman
Royal Headache
Savages
Sufjan Stevens
Super Furry Animals

SUNDAY, JULY 17
Empress Of
FKA twigs
Holy Ghost!
The Hotelier
Jeremih
Jlin
Kamasi Washington
LUH.
Miguel
NAO
Neon Indian
Oneohtrix Point Never
Porches
RP Boo
Sun Ra Arkestra
Thundercat
Woods