Looks like Coachella will be getting a hard rock infusion in 2015. Organizers have revealed that AC/DC and Jack White will be two of the festival's headliners, with rapper Drake being the third.

As with the past couple of years, Coachella will be a two-weekend experience allowing for as many people as possible to see the standout lineup. The exact same bill will play both weeks.

AC/DC will close out the bill on Friday, April 10 and 17, with hard rocking support from Reverend Horton Heat, Brant Bjork and the Low Desert Punk Band among others. There's also alterna-favorites Interpol, Alabama Shakes, Tame Impala and Lykke Li on the Friday bills, as well as classic rock standouts Steely Dan and a wealth of electronic and up-and-coming acts.

Jack White will headline the Saturday shows on April 11 and 18, with Bad Religion, Royal Blood and Radkey offering some hard rock options for Coachella goers as well. The Saturday bill also features Alt-J, Belle and Sebastian, Father John Misty, The War on Drugs, FKA Twigs, Kasabian, Hozier and many more.

And finally, while Drake headlines the April 12 and 19 Sunday shows, there will be some harder rocking sets from Brand New, Circa Survive, Built to Spill, Touche Amore and The Orwells. Florence + the Machine, Ryan Adams, David Guetta, St. Vincent and Fitz and the Tantrums are also among the main Sunday draws.

To see the full lineup, click here. Ticketing info is also available at the Coachella Festival website.

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