By Pamela Gocobachi
Updated July 27, 2017 at 12:39 PM EDT
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Looks like the reunion appearances for Outkast won’t be stopping with Coachella— New York City’s Governors Ball has just announced that the revered hip-hop duo will also reunite to perform there this June.

The news of Outkast’s involvement in this year’s Governors Ball lineup comes hot off the heels of Coachella revealing that Andre 3000 and Big Boi would be reuniting to take the stage at the California music festival this April. Despite the fact that Outkast’s performance at Coachella will mark the first time the group has performed together in over a decade, news of the reunion might not come as much of a shock; rumors have been swirling since last November when an anonymous source told Billboard that the impending reunion at the festival was “all systems go.”

Outkast is the first act confirmed to be performing at this year’s Governors Ball, but the festival will use its various social media accounts in the upcoming days to drop hints as to who else will make up this year’s lineup of over 80 musical acts. Tickets and a complete lineup for the popular music festival will go up online next week.

New York City’s Governors Ball takes place on Randall’s Island Park from June 6 to June 8.