Iowa’s 80/35 festival, back for its sixth go-round, brings a wealth of live music to Western Gateway Park in downtown Des Moines on July 5-6. This year’s lineup features headliners David Byrne and St. Vincent and the Wu-Tang Clan, plus dozens of support acts.

Other acts on the bill include Deerhunter, Yeasayer, Umphrey’s McGee, Wavves, Tea Leaf Green, Roster McCabe, House of Large Sizes, Euforquestra, Kitty, John Wayne and the Pain, Mr. Baber’s Neighbors, Tires, Trouble Lights, Dustin Smith and the Sunday Silos, Annalibera and the River Monks.

Previous editions of the fest have seen the likes of the Flaming Lips, the Roots, Andrew Bird, Ben Harper, Girl in a Coma, Broken Social Scene, Modest Mouse, Spoon, Leftover Salmon, Bright Giant, Civil Twilight, the Walkmen, the Heavy, Girl Talk, Dar Williams, Family Groove Company, Railroad Earth, Yo La Tengo, Galactic, Evangelicals, the Cool Kids, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Death Cab for Cutie, the Avett Brothers, Dinosaur Jr. and Dan Deacon.

Single-day ($29) and two-day passes ($49) are on sale now; click here to purchase.