The annual benefit concert is to take place Sept. 22 at Hersheypark Stadium.
"We've built a strong family farm movement to grow our economy, ensure our health and protect our environment. Farm Aid brings these Main Street values to transform the Wall Street-controlled farm and food system," Farm Aid President Willie Nelson said in a statement. "The Farm Aid concert is our chance to shine a spotlight on the independent family farmers who are essential to the well-being of our country."
Also on the bill for Farm Aid 2012 are Tim Reynolds, Jack Johnson, ALO, Pegi Young & the Survivors, and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real.
"Our country faces pressing challenges, and none of them will be solved without family farmers," Carolyn Mugar, executive director of Farm Aid, said in a statement. "The Farm Aid concert brings farmers and eaters together to grow the kind of agriculture that builds stronger communities and a healthier food system. This year, we look forward to celebrating the ingenuity of farmers from Pennsylvania and all across the United States."
Farm Aid 2002 took place in Burgettstown, Pa.