Lollapalooza 2013 Lineup: Mumford & Sons, The Killers, The Cure Headlining

Following weeks of rumors, the 2013 Lollapalooza lineup was officially revealed on Monday (Apr. 1), with a lot of expected names at the top of the bill. The Cure, Mumford & Sons, the Killers, Nine Inch Nails and Phoenix will all perform at the festival, once again taking place at Grant Park in Chicago.

After Phoenix headlines Coachella and Mumford & Sons takes top billing at Bonnaroo, the pair of Glassnote bands will head to Chicago for Lollapalooza, which will run from Aug. 2-4. As reported last month, Nine Inch Nails will also be part of the festival, as part of the group's comeback tour that will run into 2014.

The Killers will return to Grant Park after last playing Lollapalooza in 2009, and the Cure will be making its long-awaited Lolla debut as a headliner. The Killers released fourth studio album "Battle Born" last September, while the Cure's last studio effort was 2008's "4:13 Dream." According to a press release, the Killers and NIN will headline Friday, Aug. 2; Mumford & Sons and the Postal Service will top the Aug. 3 bill; and the Cure and Phoenix will close things out on Aug. 4.

Other notable performers at this year's festival include the reunited synth-pop duo the Postal Service, country star Eric Church, reinvigorated rapper 2 Chainz and endlessly analyzed songstress Lana Del Rey. Queens of the Stone Age, who announced that their next album will be released in June, will also rock out in Grant Park after debuting new music at Lollapalooza Brazil last weekend.

Most of the major Lollapalooza performers were leaked last month, and $200 "early bird" passes went on sale on Mar. 26. Last year's Lollapalooza lineup was topped by the Black Keys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jack White and the reunited Black Sabbath.

Here is the full lineup for Lollapalooza 2013:

The Cure
Mumford & Sons
The Killers
Nine Inch Nails
Phoenix
The Postal Service
Vampire Weekend
Queens of the Stone Age
The Lumineers
Kendrick Lamar
New Order
Eric Church
Knife Party
Steve Aoki
Steve Angello
Ellie Goulding
Thievery Corporation
Grizzly Bear
Lana Del Rey
Flux Pavilion
Band of Horses
Major Lazer
Hot Chip
Azealia Banks
Local Natives
Two Door Cinema Club
Crystal Castles
Dada Life
Tegan & Sara
Imagine Dragons
Beach House
Cat Power
Frightened Rabbit
2 Chainz
Matt & Kim
Alt-J
Foals
Death Grips
Dillon Francis
Court Yard Hounds
Smith Westerns
Disclosure
Adventure Club
Ben Howard
The Vaccines
Griz
Father John Misty
Ghost
Modestep
Charles Bradley
DIIV
Alex Clare
Heartless Bastards
Baauer
Baroness
Lianne La Havas
Emeli Sande
Wild Nothing
Jessie Ware
Atlas Genius
Haim
Angel Haze
Timeflies
Theophilus London
Monsta
Wavves
Io Echo
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Icona Pop
Alvin Risk
Chance the Rapper
Lance Herbstrong
Jake Bugg
Wild Belle
Art Department
MS MR
St. Lucia
Shovels & Rope
Guards
Kill the Noise
Robert Delong
Little Green Cars
Deap Vally
Family of the Year
360
The Bright Light Social Hour
Twenty One Pilots
San Cisco
Hey Marseilles
Skaters
The Orwells
Palma Violets
Reignwolf
Astro
Pujol
Machines Are People Too
Planet Hemp
Yawn
Keys N Krates
The Neighbourhood
Cole Plante
Half Moon Run
The Mowgli's,
Pacific Air
Lukas Nelson & P.O.T.R.
Wheeler Brothers,
Wake Owl
American Authors
O' Brother
The Dunwells
Houndmouth
Supreme Cuts
Brick + Mortar
Cherub
Makeshift Prodigy
Wild Cub
D-Pryde
Brooke Waggoner
Brite Lite Brite
Beast Patrol