A bluegrass prodigy, a Chicano rock legend and an old favorite are headed to the 4 Peaks Music Festival.

The initial lineup for the 12th edition of the Bend-based festival, which returns to D.M. Stevenson Ranch for the third year in a row June 20 through 23, includes young bluegrass guitarist Billy Strings, Los Angeles rock band Los Lobos, The Lil Smokies, Sonny Landreth and Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds. San Francisco roots rockers Poor Man’s Whiskey, which hasn’t missed a 4 Peaks yet, will also return.

Early-bird weekend passes for the festival are on sale now at 4peaksmusic.com or eventbrite.com and cost $205 plus fees. Ticket prices will increase after March 19. Young adult passes for ages 11 through 17 cost $80 plus fees (kids ages 10 and younger get in free). RV passes, three-axle/trailer passes, vehicle impact fees for car camping, vehicle re-entry passes and luxury yurt passes are also available; visit 4peaks music.com for more information.