By OnMilwaukee Staff Writers   Published Feb 11, 2015 at 11:55 AM

Grammy-winning, Eau Claire-based Bon Iver, led by Justin Vernon, will play its first show in three years at the Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival, which is co-curated by Vernon and Aaron Dessner of The National. Bon Iver will headline the festival alongside The National and Sufjan Stevens.

Milwaukee's Field Report and Baraboo's PHOX are also on the ticket.

Here's a message from Vernon that was posted today on the festival's website:

"We at Eaux Claires have been driven by the idea that our festival would encourage music-genre-walls to melt away," Vernon stated. "That the barriers between the stage and the audience altered, and expression and experience put above all. We have put so much thought into who should collaborate at this festival, from musicians to actors, filmmakers to visual artists. We will all share and revel in this collision of artistic force while performing in the arms of our own Chippewa River Valley."

The impressive lineup includes:

Aero Flynn
Allan Kingdom
Blind Boys of Alabama
Bon Iver
Boys Noize
Charles Bradley
Colin Stetson
Elliot Moss
Field Report
Francis and the Lights
Grandma Sparrow
Haley Bonar
Hiss Golden Messenger
Indigo Girls
No BS! Brass Band
Phil Cook
Retribution Gospel Choir
S. Carey
Sam Amidon
Spooky Black
Sturgill Simpson
Sufjan Stevens
Sylvan Esso
The Lone Bellow
The National
The Staves
The Tallest Man on Earth

Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival will take place July 17 and 18 at Foster Farm, just outside of Eau Claire. Tickets go on sale Thursday, Feb. 12th through the festival’s website. Two-day passes are $135; VIP passes are $250 and includes unlimited beer and soft drinks and a keepsake mug. Camping passes are sold separately, starting at $100.

Will you be going?