After word hit the internet that the Lollapalooza lineup would serve as the hallowed ground where Black Sabbath would play their one and only American date, the festival confirmed the rumors to be true earlier today.

Along with Sabbath headlining the Chicago festival, the rest of the rumored lineup was officially posted on Lollapalooza's website. Bands including Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Black Keys, Jack White, the Shins, Florence + the Machine, Passion Pit and the newly reunited At the Drive-In are set to play the three-day fest. Check out the full lineup here.

The most interesting element of this year's Lollapalooza lineup is the fact that this will be the first time Ozzy Osbourne has been welcomed to play. His initial rejection from Lollapalooza back in the '90s -- because Ozzy wasn't "cool enough" according to Sharon Osbourne -- will now be rectified as the "Prince of F---ing Darkness" will now step onto a Lollapalooza stage.

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