Hip-hop heavyweight OutKast, country star Eric Church and modern-rock legends The Cure will headline the 2014 BottleRock Napa Valley, the festival announced Friday.

Indie-rockers Weezer, rap legend LL Cool J and Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Heart are among the other top acts set to perform at the festival, which runs May 30-June 1 at the 26-acre Napa Valley Expo center.

Three-day tickets -- which run from $249 general admission (with promo code) to $3,000 for a platinum pass -- are now on sale at www.bottlerocknapavalley.com. No word on when or if single-day tickets will be made available.

The lineup is a big step back from what was a troubled debut for the festival in 2013. Despite a lineup featuring such A-Listers as Zac Brown Band, the Black Keys and Kings of Leon, the festival organizers fell into financial trouble, were sued for alleged nonpayment by several vendors and eventually filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

However, the festival has a new producer, Latitude 38 Entertainment, a Napa Valley-based company, which bought the rights to the event earlier this year. The festival's new director is Steve Macfadyen, former general manager of a 2,000-seat concert venue at the Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa in Southern California, has signed on as festival director. Macfadyen has also worked for House of Blues Entertainment and Bill Graham Presents.


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Here is the 2014 lineup so far:

The Cure

OutKast

Eric Church

Weezer

The Fray

LL Cool J

Heart

Sublime with Rome

Matt and Kim

Deerhunter

Matisyahu

Third Eye Blind

Barenaked Ladies

Blues Traveler

Smash Mouth

De La Soul

The Black Angels

Robert Earl Keen

Spin Doctors

Gin Blossoms

Ed Kowalcyck

Thee Oh Sees

Cracker

Howie Day

Robert DeLong

Karl Denson's Tiny Universe

Empires

Camper Van Beethoven

Hurray for the Riff Raff

Delta Rae

Keep Shelly in Athens

Moon Taxi

Miner

Tea Leaf Green

Jon Batiste

James Otto

Ben Sollee

Moonalice

The Stone Foxes

Victory

The Soft White Sixties

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