Lollapalooza, Chicago’s largest music festival, announced its return Tuesday. The event will be at full capacity this summer after a year of no live events.

Festival-goers will be able to gather again in Grant Park from July 29 to August 1. The full lineup is slated to be released on Wednesday at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available for purchase at noon.

The Strokes, The Chainsmokers, Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Twenty One Pilots, J Balvin, Ariana Grande and Flume are just a few acts that performed at the 2019 event.

Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced the news via Twitter, where she outlined some of the guidelines in order to attend the festival, but more information is said to come in July.

The announcement also included a video that featured Chicago’s public health Commissioner, Dr. Allison Arwady approving the festival and the festival’s co-founder, Perry Farrell, getting the good news.

“In alignment with our public health guidance, the world-class festival returns to the city later this summer. However, full COVID-19 vaccination or a negative test will be required to enjoy the festivities,” read Farrell's tweet.

At the end of the video, Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl is featured saying, “What’s up, Chicago? I’ll see you this summer with my good friends, the Foo Fighters.”

Lollapalooza sees an average of 100,000 attendees each year, with over 170 performances, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Other festivals including Rolling Loud, Bonnaroo, Pitchfork, Firefly, Austin City Limits and Voodoo Music and Arts Experience are all coming back this year as well.

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Lollapalooza 2019 tickets went on sale Wednesday. Concertgoers are pictured at last year's festival. Greg Noire/Lollapalooza 2018