Miami’s iii Points has announced the lineup for its 2021 festival–not a livestream of past performances or artists playing from their homes–but an actual festival event. The lineup for the event, scheduled for April 30th–May 1st, 2021, will feature headlining performances from The StrokesWu-Tang ClanEric PrydzKaytranda, and ZHU.

The lineup for 2021 retains many of the same top acts from the original May 2020 event that was rescheduled to October and ultimately cancelled. The Strokes, Wu-Tang Clan and Kaytranda all remain, though there have been considerable additions further down the ticket. Other top-billed acts for one of the first festivals announced for 2021 include KhruangbinThree 6 MafiaArcaGreen Velvet, Virgil Abloh, BedouinMarc RebilletWashed OutMichael BibiDevendra BanhartCrumbMoses SumneyAriel PinkAlex GMall Grab, and many more.

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The 2021 lineup also boasts six blurred-out names, three of which are headliners. In a statement along with the lineup announcement, iii Points organizers noted that the acts will not be revealed until Coachella announces its updated lineup, promising that the names will be known by January 2021.

The festival also made note of how the global pandemic will affect the ticketing situation for 2021. While spring 2021 is a ways away, organizers are still planning to hold a reduced-capacity event at a large outdoor venue. Accordingly, tickets for the event will be far more limited than in past years. With this in mind, along with the financial constraints the pandemic has put on many would-be attendees, iii Points will open up a refund application process on Friday “so that even if you wanna come but need your money right now… we got you.” Tickets for 2021 will go on sale Wednesday at 11 a.m. ET, with layaway plans requiring only $10 down to secure a pass.

For more information head to the iii Points website and scroll down to see the full lineup as well as a statement from organizers.