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IHEARTHROBE, Texas (AP) — IHEARTROBe is back.

The festival is back and bigger than ever, with a new lineup and new events for everyone.

The festival returns Aug. 18 to Austin, with five new acts, including a new headliner and a new event.

It’s a big year for Austin music, with festival headliners like U2 and The Killers set to headline the event and a slew of local acts hitting the festival circuit.IHEARthrubs lineup for Aug. 5, 2018In addition to new headliners U2, the band is bringing out some classic Austin favorites for a weekend of music.IHeartRadio Music Festival 2018:The fest has already seen major headliners, including U2 with a two-night run and The White Stripes, Bon Jovi and Elton John on a three-night headliner in July.

This year, IHEARDropics and the Austin Music Scene, which runs the festival, have announced the artists they’ll be playing on Sept. 6.

The lineup also includes local acts like the Roots, W.O.W., Korn, and the Roots Revival.

Austin native Dave Grohl will headline the Austin International Jazz Festival Aug. 6-9, a three hour, six-venue concert series that will also feature acts including The Roots, The White Bandits, Bon Jammin, and The Roots Revival, along with new acts.

Tickets go on sale Sept. 8 at 10 a.m.

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Ihearthrub’s 2018 lineup is below.

Austin music festival lineupIHEARDRUB Festival 2018HeadlinerU2July 18: The White StripsJuly 19: The RootsJuly 20: Bon JovaniJuly 21: The KillsJuly 22: Bon JammyJuly 23: The Dead HeadsJuly 24: The BandJune 29: The DronesJune 30: The Bangers & MashJune 31: The LadsJune 32: The SatellitesJuly 33: KornJuly 34: EltonJohnJuly 35: The Black Eyed PeasJuly 36: The MisfitsJuly 37: Bonfire July 38: The Krew July 39: The Red Hot Chili PeppersJuly 40: The Flaming LipsJuly 41: The FugeesJuly 42: The VerveJuly 43: The ChicksJuly 44: The ShinsJuly 45: The War on DrugsJuly 46: The LumineersJuly 47: The Beach BoysJuly 48: Bon IverJuly 49: Kacey MusgravesJuly 50: Arcade FireJuly 51: Thee Oh SeesJuly 52: M83July 53: The WeekndJuly 54: Zeds DeadJuly 55: The CureJuly 56: The Chemical BrothersJuly 57: The WombatsJuly 58: The KillingsJuly 59: The Postal ServiceJuly 60: The Pointer SistersJuly 61: The NeighbourhoodsJuly 62: The BreedersJuly 63: The Allman Brothers BandJuly 64: The Smashing PumpkinsJuly 65: The Notorious B.I.G.

July 66: The PretendersJuly 67: The BeatlesJuly 68: The WhoJuly 69: The Rolling StonesJuly 70: The PoliceJuly 71: The StrokesJuly 72: The ClashJuly 73: The Jackson 5July 74: The PixiesJuly 75: The RamonesJuly 76: The TemptationsJuly 77: The JamiroquaiJuly 78: The MonkeesJuly 79: The ReplacementsJuly 80: The CarsJuly 81: The ZombiesJuly 82: The Go-Go’sJuly 83: The StrutsJuly 84: The SmithsJuly 85: The JamJuly 86: The KnocksJuly 87: The ScorpionsJuly 88: The EaglesJuly 89: The Talking HeadsJuly 90: The WalkmenJuly 91: The Tragically HipJuly 92: The PoguesJuly 93: The WhispersJuly 94: The AcesJuly 95: The Gaslight AnthemJuly 96: The CribsJuly 97: The Sex PistolsJuly 98: The Four TopsJuly 99: The Geto BoysJuly 100: The PussycatsJuly 101: The OffspringJuly 102: The WeaversJuly 103: The The Beatles of AmericaJuly 104: The Blue CheerleadersJuly 105: The Grateful DeadJuly 106: The ByrdsJuly 107: The CarpentersJuly 108: The Velvet UndergroundJuly 109: The RaconteursJuly 110: The DoorsJuly 111: The Gershwin QuartetJuly 112: The Mothers of InventionJuly 113: The Stone RosesJuly 114: The Moody BluesJuly 115: The CranberriesJuly 116: The YardbirdsJuly 117: The HardwellsJuly 118: The Jesus and Mary ChainJuly 119: The ProclaimersJuly 120: The New BreedJuly 121: The National July 122: The Isley BrothersJuly 123: The Stones July 124: The Weather Reportens