Lollapalooza, Chicago’s largest music festival, announced its 2021 comeback Tuesday but didn’t release its lineup or multi-day tickets until Wednesday. With the lineup now released, many on social media seemed unenthusiastic about the performers.

The festival takes place from July 29 to Aug. 1 and features over 100 acts throughout the event. Lollapalooza also will be allowing full-capacity for those that are vaccinated or test negative for COVID-19.

Notable names such as Miley Cyrus, Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion and All Time Low are among the featured artists that are scheduled for the event.

The news drew a mixed reaction on Twitter.

One group really causing an uproar is Aly & AJ, but in a good way. Many who are planning on attending the festival are excited about this act, but are upset that their names don’t appear on the poster until the very end.

Four-day general admission, four-day general admission+, four-day VIP and four-day Platinum tickets are available and run from $350 to $700. Single-day tickets are expected to become available in the near future, as usual.

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Read some tips before buying Lollapalooza tickets. The 2016 Samsung stage at the festival is pictured on July 29, 2016. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images for Samsung