Riot Fest has generally been a festival rooted in punk, and while you'll still see many of the post-Warped Tour and OG hardcore bands who don't get calls from Coachella on the lineup, it's also been beefed up with some other genres, namely rap.

Not only are rappers on board this time around, a couple of them will actually be performing classic albums in their entirety, with Snoop Dogg bringing out his seminal debut, Doggystyle, and Ice Cube performing N.W.A.'s Straight Outta Compton (no word on how he'll pull that off solo, then again he did write most of the verses).

Other rap acts include Tyler, The Creator, Yelawolf, Public Enemy, Jazz Cartier, Cypress Hill, Post Malone (with FKi), and more. 

The fest will go down in Denver's National Western Complex August 28-30, Chicago's Douglas park Sept. 11-13, Toronto's Downsview Park Sept. 19-20. Head to the official site for tickets and full lineup info.