Foo Fighters, Avenged Sevenfold, Ozzy Osbourne, Five Finger Death Punch and more have been announced for the upcoming Welcome To Rockville festival on Apr. 27-29, 2018, in Florida. Check out the full lineup below!

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You won't wanna miss “Florida's Biggest Rock Experience” when it expands to a rock-filled, three-day weekend with headlining sets from the aforementioned artists plus Queens Of The Stone Age, Billy Idol, Godsmack, Stone Sour, '68, The Used, Sevendust, Palaye Royale, Thrice and tons of other rockin' bands.

Monster Engery Welcome To Rockville goes off at Jacksonville, Florida's Metropolitan Park on Friday, Apr. 27, Saturday, Apr. 28, and Sunday, Apr. 29. Tickets are on sale now—go here to nab your tix and for more information, including details on VIP packages, camping options and discounted hotel rates.

Ozzy Osbourne's appearance at the festival comes with a bit of bittersweet news from the longtime rocker. As reported by Billboard, Osbourne's 2018 dates will be the start of his farewell world tour, which is expected to stretch out through at least 2020. (“This will be my final world tour,” Osbourne says in a statement, “but I can't say I won't do some shows here and there.”)

“[We're] stoked to return to Jacksonville for the first time since Welcome To Rockville in 2013,” says Stone Sour's Corey Taylor. “See you fxckers soon!”

Friday, Apr. 27:
• Ozzy Osbourne
• Godsmack
• Five Finger Death Punch
• Halestorm
• The Used
• Parkway Drive
• Underoath
• Trivium
• Atreyu
• Power Trip
• Texas Hippie Coalition
• '68
• Palisades
• While She Sleeps
• Bad Wolves
• Them Evils

Saturday, Apr. 28:
• Avenged Sevenfold
• Stone Sour
• Breaking Benjamin
• Hollywood Undead
• Killswitch Engage
• Black Veil Brides
• Asking Alexandria
• Sevendust
• Pop Evil
• Andrew W.K.
• Avatar
• Butcher Babies
• Red Sun Rising
• Joyous Wolf
• Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown
• Stick To Your Guns
• Palaye Royale
• The Wild!

Sunday, Apr. 29:
• Foo Fighters
• Queens Of The Stone Age
• Billy Idol
• Clutch
• Bullet For My Valentine
• Thrice
• Greta Van Fleet
• Baroness
• Quicksand
• Red Fang
• The Sword
• The Bronx
• Turnstile
• The Fever
• Black Foxxes
• Fireball Ministry
• Spirit Animal

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