Ono joins a slew of indie acts including Sonic Youth, Cat Power, Clipse, De La Soul, Grizzly Bear, New Pornographers, Of Montreal, Klaxons, and Menomena at the three day event.

The festival will kick off July 13 with the North American premiere of “Don’t Look Back,” a concert concept that began at the U.K. festival All Tomorrow’s Parties. The evening will feature complete performances of seminal albums by Wu-Tang Clan‘s The GZA (Liquid Swords), Slint (Spiderland), and Sonic Youth (Daydream Nation).Rounding out the festival’s roster are some of the most buzzed about names in the indie scene including Iron & Wine, Girl Talk, Battles, Califone, Stephen Malkmus, Jamie Lidell, The Ponys, Deerhunter, The Sea & Cake, Nomo and many others.

Ono, whose musical ability has been much maligned in the past, has experienced a revival of sorts over the past few years as people have begun to revisit her work. The renewed interest even resulted in the release of a pair of albums earlier this year.

Yes, I’m A Witch features Ono’s vocals on new re-workings of her songs by a host of contemporary artists, including Peaches, Cat Power, The Flaming Lips, Le Tigre, Polyphonic Spree and The Apples In Stereo.

Open Your Box is a collection of re-mixed versions of Ono’s work by some of the biggest names in clubland, including Peter Rauhofer, Danny Tenaglia, Basement Jaxx, Felix da Housecat, Murk, Superchumbo and the Pet Shop Boys.