From the Rolling Stones show in 1966. (via LIFE)

We've come a long way since Mumford & Sons, Tammy. Forest Hills Stadium, which reopened a couple of years ago, has just announced their summer lineup, which includes The Who, Van Morrison, and D'Angelo.

The open-air stadium used to play host to legends back in the glory days—Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones, Sinatra, Hendrix, the Beatles!—so it's nice to see some solid booking at the historic venue. Set in a residential area (just a few blocks from the Queens Blvd. express trains), perhaps even locals will appreciate the sexy, soothing sounds of "Untitled (How Does It Feel)" slipping into their windows at night. Below, check out the full lineup:

May 28th and 29th: Ed Sheeran (previously announced and already sold out SORRY)
May 30th The Who & Joan Jett
June 19th Van Morrison & Taj Mahal
June 21st D'Angelo & Gary Clark Jr
August 4th James Taylor
August 6th The New York Pops with Sutton Foster (!)
August 14th Santana
September 19th Alabama Shakes & Drive-By Truckers

Fun fact from the press release: "Santana’s August 14th engagement will mark the band’s first-ever Queens performance, despite Carlos Santana having lived in the borough for several years in the 1970’s while spending time with his spiritual advisor Sri Chinmoy. Santana ended his relationship with Chinmoy when the advisor preached against champion tennis player Billie Jean King's sexual orientation. Coincidentally, Billie Jean King was the first player to win a Grand Slam event at Forest Hills Stadium with a metal racquet in 1967."