Jay Z
Jay Z will headline the 2017 Meadows Festival in New York City. Pictured: Jay Z on Oct. 20, 2015 performing in New York. Getty Images

The second annual Meadows Festival just announced what may be the best music festival lineup of 2017. Headlined by Jay Z, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and the Gorillaz, the latest festival will take place from Sept. 15 through Sept. 17 at Citi Field in Queens, New York.

Tickets for The Meadows 2017 festival will go on sale May 10 at 12 p.m. EDT. A three-day general admission early bird ticket will cost $275 plus fees while the three-day advance and three-day regular will cost $290 and $305, respectively. Three-day VIP tickets will also be available in the early bird, advance and regular tiers, costing $650, $700 and $750, respectively.

“Founders Entertainment is proud to announce the lineup for the second annual edition of The Meadows Music And Arts Festival, taking place Sept. 15 to 17 in Queens, New York at the Citi Field complex,” read a statement from the group behind The Meadows.

The Meadows 2017 Lineup
The Meadows 2017 lineup was announced on May 8. The Meadows

“This fall, the festival… is expanding to a third day of Music, Art, Food, and Entertainment. JAY Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Gorillaz, Future, Nas, Bassnectar, Weezer, Run The Jewels, M.I.A., Erykah Badu and more cap a lineup packed to the brim with New York City artists and the most electric performers from around the world,” the statement continued.

Also performing over the weekend will be LL Cool J with DJ Z-Trip, Foster The People, Migos, Action Bronson, De La Soul, Joey Bada$$, Tory Lanez, Big Boi, A-Trak, Ghostface Killah, Tegan and Sara, Blood Orange and more.

This year’s festival will also be streamed exclusively on Tidal. According to Founders Entertainment, “The livestream will feature performances from all four festival stages as they take place from deep within the heart of Queens.”

Jay Z, who hasn’t been on tour since the 2014 On the Run Tour with Beyonce, was recently added to the Austin City Limits and Made In America festival lineups. With the rapper now doing the 2017 tour circuit, it could mean a new album is on the way, as artists often use tours to promote new music.

On May 5, producer Swizz Beatz took to Instagram and posted a photo of him and the rapper, writing, “They don’t even know what’s about to happen. Album mode zone.” Swizz wasn’t the only producer to post a photo with Jay Z. In 2016, Zaytoven posted a photo of the two in a recording studio, captioning the photo, “Jaytoven.”

The producer told Billboard, “So when Jay Z invited me to his house and told me what type of beats he wanted, it opened my mind up to be like, ‘My music is reaching everybody and touching people in a certain way.’” He added, “There’s a distinct something when they hear my music. I feel like [the collaboration] is gonna be for both of [our projects]. I know it’s going to be a trophy for me.”