This post has been updated from its original version to include updates from CAB.
Ayokay, Jeremy Zucker, and Chelsea Cutler will headline Modstock 2019, the Campus Activities Board announced Wednesday.
Students can pick up their free tickets for CAB's annual spring concert April 26 and 27 in Conte Forum.
CAB announced the three headliners in waves, releasing videos for each artist throughout the day Wednesday. It's the first time in Modstock history that the concert has boasted more than one headliner.
This year's opener will be determined by BC's Best, a battle of student bands taking place this weekend during the 21st Arts Festival.
The theme of the concert, based on CAB's announcement video and graphics for the event, seems to be camping-related. The video advises students to "see Facebook for details."
Dance and electronic artist Ayokay got his start collabing with high school friend Mike Temrowski, now known as Quinn XCII. Now, he has his own career as a DJ and producer. He is known for poppy and upbeat electronic anthems like "Kings of Summer," "Stay With Me," and "Sleepless Nights."
"Kings of Summer" is his biggest hit to date, peaking at #18 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 2016.
Zucker was announced as a performer around two hours after Ayokay. The two, along with Quinn XCII and Chelsea Cutler, make up the Mutual Friends artist collective, causing some to speculate that more announcements are coming later today.
Zucker is known for his pastel-drenched brand of sadboi beats, with tracks like "all the kids are depressed," "talk is overrated," and "comethru."
Cutler was the last to be announced, in a video posted to Facebook Wednesday afternoon. She's made the streaming charts with indie tracks like "Your Shirt," "Flare Guns," and "better off," because it is apparently a requirement for members of Mutual Friends to use all-lowercase type in some aspect of their work.
While their careers are much more active than that of last year's headliner, B.o.B., Ayokay (stylized as ayokay for maximum chill), Cutler and Zucker follow the concert's trend of featuring artists who are either past their prime (T-Pain in 2016) or have yet to make it big (Louis the Child in 2017).