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Its a big week for festival lineup announcements as this afternoon gave us the big names that will star at this years New Orleans Jazz Fest.

From April 25th to Cinco De Mayo the Fair Grounds Race Course will be graced will festival goers looking to check out their favorite acts, and there’s a little bit of everything in this one. Fleetwood Mac, Billy Joel, Dave Matthews Band and The Black Keys lead the way while other notables include Widespread Panic, Hall & Oats, Gary Clark Jr., Phoenix, Willie Nelson and Patti Smith.

For the full day by day breakdown of which days who’s playing you can visit the festival’s official website by clicking here. If you want to take a look at the important acts, scroll down a bit.

New Orleans Jazz Fest 2013 Lineup:

Fleetwood Mac

Billy Joel

Dave Matthews Band

Maroon 5

The Black Keys

John Mayer

Widespread Panic

Daryl Hall and John Oates

Phoenix

B.B. King

Frank Ocean

Earth, Wind & Fire

Willie Nelson

Little Big Town

George Benson

Jill Scott

Jimmy Cliff

Gipsy Kings

Jeffrey Osborne

Patti Smith

Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite

Band of Horses

Gary Clark Jr.

Andrew Bird

Juan Luis Guerra y 440

Los Lobos

The Little Willies

Kem

Roy Ayers

Dianne Reeves

Stanley Clarke/George Duke Project

Charles Bradley

Mutemath

 And More!

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