Los Lobos will perform at the 30th Old Settler’s Music Festival in Driftwood next April.

Early-bird tickets go on sale today for the 30th Old Settler’s Music Festival, with legendary Latin rockers Los Lobos, hometown rising star Shakey Graves and bluegrass greats the Del McCoury Band among the acts that have been announced so far.

Others booked for the festival, scheduled for April 20-23, 2017, at Salt Lick Pavilion and Camp Ben McCulloch in Driftwood, include Sam Bush, Shinyribs, Sarah Jarosz, Anders Osborne, Gaelic Storm, Elephant Revival, Mandolin Orange, Wood & Wire, California Honeydrops, River Whyless, Vasen, Honeycutters, Session Americana, Billy Strings and Li’l Smokies. More performers will be announced in the coming weeks.

Weekend passes, now $145, will rise to $185 at the gate. Single-day passes range from $30 for Sunday’s abbreviated program at Camp Ben McCulloch to $70 and $73 on Friday and Saturday, respectively, for full lineups at the main Salt Lick Pavilion grounds. (Those prices will be $83 and $86 at the gate.) Passes with camping at Ben McCulloch range from $210 to $500. All tickets are available via oldsettlersmusicfest.org.