Fuji Rock Festival, one of the two leading international rock gatherings in Japan, has announced the lineup for its 19th edition, which will run July 24-26 at Naeba Ski Resort in Niigata prefecture.
Billboard estimates 2014 ticket sales resulted in revenue of 1.91 billion yen ($18.6 million) for the three-day affair, which drew 102,000 people. It's one of the largest-earning single-venue fests in Japan.
The fest is held in the mountains of Naeba (not near Mt Fuji) which means rain is often part of the proceedings, but the stunning views make up for any hardship.
Tickets for the 2015 Fuji Rock Fest are going for 39,800 ($334 USD) for a 3-day pass and 16,800 yen per day ($141 USD).