If it’s finally rooftop party season, the summer music festivals can’t be far behind. Today, two of the biggies, Northside and Governor’s Ball, made some lineup reveals.

First off, Northside returns June 7-10, and it just dropped its initial lineup of shows at clubs like Brooklyn Bazaar and Music Hall of Williamsburg. In the mix are Liz Phair, whose box set Girly-Sound to Guyville comes out May 4; model-turned-rapper Chynna; Mogwai-esque instrumentalists Caspian; indie darlings Deerhoof; woke free jazz outfit Irreversible Entanglements; “post-punk’s most surprising success story,” Protomartyr; Brooklyn neo-punk soul duo Oshun; viral subway musicians Too Many Zooz, and many more. Entry for the club shows will be free with a badge (currently $75 and up) or can be purchased a la carte. Northside also revealed its initial lineup of speakers and panelists, which include a host of reps from media and tech companies. You can see that list below.

Governors Ball, which returns to Randalls Island June 1-3, already revealed its lineup, which includes the Jack White, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Travis Scott, Halsey, Enimen, N.E.R.D., Cut Copy, 2 Chainz, James Blake, and more. Today the fest announced its mix of food vendors and it’s basically, oh, everything you’ve ever seen on Instagram. In the mix are New Territories, Ramen Burger, Sweet Chick, Wowfulls, Roberta’s, Luke’s Lobster, John’s Juice, Stuffed Ice Cream, and many others. See the whole list below. Of course, there’ll be plenty of beer and liquor: Radiohead won’t be playing the festival, but the Pablo’s Honey vodka will be flowing.