San Francisco's dusty, delicious and occasionally sunny music festival is poised to return for its biggest year ever this summer from August 9th - 11th. Taking top billing are: Sir Paul McCartney, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nine Inch Nails, Phoenix, Kaskade, Vampire Weekend, Willie Nelson, the National and a couple dozen more. Full lineup below.

Paul McCartney
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Nine Inch Nails
Vampire Weekend
Pretty Lights
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
The National
Jurassic 5
Willie Nelson & Family
Grizzly Bear
Daryl Hall & John Oates
Young The Giant
Band of Horses
The Head and The Heart
Matt & Kim
The Tallest Man on Earth
Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
Youth Lagoon
Gary Clark Jr.
Jessie Ware
Dillon Francis
Kurt Vile and the Violators
Emeli Sandé
The Mother Hips
Surfer Blood
The Growlers
Thao & The Get Down Stay Down
Camper Van Beethoven
Smith Westerns
Milo Greene
Atlas Genius
Twenty One Pilots
The Heavy
Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk
Wild Belle
King Tuff
The Lone Bellow
Little Green Cars
James McCartney
The Soft White Sixties
Deap Vally
The Men
Midi Matilda
Kopecky Family Band
Foy Vance
Bhi Bhiman
Naia Kete
The Easy Leaves

Hall & Oates! Multiple McCartneys! While there seems to be a dearth of Bay Area locals on the bill at the moment, it does cover a range of genres: recent indie rock (Yeasayer, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Grizzly Bear), soul and funk (Fishbone, Dumpstaphunk, Trombone Shorty, J5), garage rock (Kurt Vile, Wavves, Surfer Blood), EDM (Kaskade, A-Trak, Jessie Ware) and a couple variations of folk music (Willie Nelson, the Head and the Heart).

Naturally, there's an announcement commercial from official festival mascot Ranger Dave himself:

The daily schedule won't be posted for at least a couple weeks, but several years of experience tells us to expect the Sir Paul to close out the festival on the main stage in the Polo Fields Sunday night and at least one of the 90s nostalgia bands to take Friday night. Phoenix debuted a few new tracks during a tiny show at the 500-person Independent in San Francisco a few weeks ago, and seem likely to headline Saturday.

Late-00s indie darlings The National will also release a follow-up to 2010's critically acclaimed High Violet in May. Expect a few more lineup additions, as well as the food, wine and beer lineups (almost as big a draw as the music) to be announced in the coming weeks.

The early run of discounted Eager Beaver passes sold out a week before the lineup announcement, but tickets and more info can be found right here.

Previously: All Outside Lands coverage on SFist