Lollapalooza is going hard for its 25th anniversary with scheduled performances from J. Cole, Future, Bryson Tiller, Vic Mensa and more.

The annual music festival announced their lineup on Wednesday (March 23) with over 100 artists slated to take the stage.

Hip-hop heads should enjoy the aforementioned artists' performances, but that's not all the festival is offering this year. Flatbush Zombies, G-Eazy, Flosstradamus, Mac Miller, Vince Staples, A$AP Ferg, Tory Lanez, D.R.A.M. and Saba are just some of the other rap acts slated to take the stage.

This year's Lollapalooza is also showing love to R&B fans with appearances from Lana Del Rey, Ellie Goulding, Leon Bridges, Alessia Cara and Kehlani. The Zoe Kravitz-led band, Lolawolf, will also represent for rockers alongside Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, LCD Soundsystem and Jane's Addiction.

So far it seems that the the four-day festival is guaranteed to be lit. And music lovers are already plotting out their summers in Chi-Town.

"Ok I actually have to go to Chicago for the lollapalooza festival, someone house me for 3 days pls," tweeted an anxious fan. "The lollapalooza lineup this year is unreal," tweeted another astounded fan.

However, many hopeful concertgoers may be disappointed -- general admission tickets sold out within 24 hours. "So upset all the lollapalooza tickets are all sold out and jcole and Bryson tiller are performing," read a tweet. We hear you.

It all goes down on July 28 - 31 in Chicago. Also, music lovers can still snag VIP and Platinum packages. Check out the full lineup above and below. Information on tickets can be found here.