Eminem is set to headline both, while Beyoncé and The Weeknd will join him in Indio, Calif. and Travis Scott will do so in NYC's Randall's Island Park.
But there's one artist scheduled for the Gov Ball who's taken issue with his lack of prioritization as a performer.
2 Chainz, who dropped his No.2-charting Pretty Girls Like Trap Music LP in June, was listed half-way down the roster, behind the likes of newcomers like Khalid, Post Malone, Lil Uzi Vert, Russ, and 6LACK.
He took to Instagram to express his disappointment and anger, and to count his platinum plaques, writing:
"Whoever did this flyer need to do it over !!! No capp !! I put in to much work to settle !! I ain't goin for the buddy buddy Shit this year give me miness!!! #prettygirlsliketrapmusic platinum #4am platinum #gooddrank platinum #vibes platinum #bigamount platinum !! Numbers don't lie and neither do I !!!!"
(Contrary to Chainz's statement, the album and "Big Amount" only went gold according to the RIAA, but we understand his sentiment!)