The annual SweetWater 420 Fest is set to begin on April 21, 2017, and continue until April 23 at Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. New additions have been made to the lineup for the festival, including Dirty Heads, Lettuce, Savoy, Samantha Fish, as well as comedians Jon Rudnitsky and Jake Nordwind.

Widespread Panic and the Trey Anastasio Band will headline the 2017 event. Other artists slated to perform include Slightly Stoopid, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Dark Star Orchestra, Anders Osborne, Twiddle, Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds and the Hip Abduction.

More than 30 additional acts will be revealed in January, according to a statement from SweetWater 420 Fest.

Ticket details and price:

General Admission 3-Day Pass: Tickets are available at $138 exclusive of fees and sales tax. This pass offers three-day festival access, four stages of music, over 40 bands, unlimited exit/re-entry until 7 p.m. Activities include SweetWater experience, 420 Lyrics and Laughter, 420 disco, food trucks, local Atlanta restaurant vendors and artist market. The early bird tickets are already sold out, according to the website.

Big Fish VIP 3-Day Pass: Tickets are available at $392 exclusive of fees and sales tax. This pass offers all general admission perks, in addition to VIP-viewing area at the main stage, Planet 420 stage viewing and amenities area with access to private comfort stations, Shaded DankTown lounge area, private restrooms within DankTown amenities area, complimentary wine and SweetWater beer (up to 5 complimentary beverages, i.e., wine, beer or non-alcoholic, per day, then discounted beer or wine), oversized gaming area, lounge area, full cash bar, facility to skip the line with your own private DankTown entrance or enter any general admission gate, access to discounted food village, unlimited exit/re-entry.

Check here to purchase the tickets for the fest.