The long-awaited lineup for the 2014 SunFest arts and music festival finally arrived this morning, and for those with eclectic tastes, the 32nd annual fest promises another smorgasbord of of talent from the past, present and future of music, with a genre palette stretching from classic rock to hip-hop and country. We'll have a more comprehensive guide, complete with staff-selected picks not to miss, closer to the event's dates (April 30-May 4), but in the meantime, here is the basic breakdown, with key headliners listed by day.

April 30:

Kid Rock, the five-time Grammy nominee responsible for merging rap and country before it was fashionable
Dick Dale, the legendary surf rock guitarist
Cake, the quirky, deadpan modern rock ironists who gave us "The Distance" and "Short Skirt/Long Jacket"

May 1:
Robin Thicke, the singer-songwriter behind the 2013 summer smash "Blurred Lines"
Sublime with Rome, the endlessly touring reggae-rock project from Sublime's Eric Wilson and singer Rome Ramirez

May 2:

The Goo Goo Dolls, the perennial pop-rock hit-makers behind the ubiquitous'90s tunes "Iris" and "Black Balloon"
The Doobie Brothers, the Hall of Fame icons with more than four decades of hits, including "Jesus is Just Alright" and "Listen to the Music"
Young the Giant, the California indie rockers fresh off their latest release, "Mind Over Matter"
J. Cole, the young North Carolina hip-hop artist discovered by Jay-Z, whose debut album hit No. 1 on the Billboard charts in 2011

May 3:
Daughtry, the band formed by dynamic American Idol finalist Chris Daughtry
David Nail, the multiple award-nominated country singer whose "Let it Rain" hit No. 1 in 2011
The Bangles, the all-female band that helped bring New Wave into the pop mainstream with hits like "Manic Monday" and "Walk Like an Egyptian"
Pretty Lights, the electronic music DJ who will bring a bit of the Ultra Music Festival spirit to West Palm Beach

May 4:

Alice in Chains, the legendary grunge act, reborn in the aughts and still an incendiary rock band
Ellie Goulding, the British singer-songwriter with the fragile, inimitable voice and the smash hit "Lights"
Austin Mahone, the 17-year-old pop star and a more sophisticated antidote to Justin Bieber
The Wailers and Inner Circle, the veteran reggae acts known for creating a laid-back party vibe with a modicum of notes
Dropkick Murphys, the busy Boston septet who virtually invented the genre "Celtic punk."

Other key acts include Rusted Root, Streetlight Manifesto, Blues Traveler, Josh Thompson, Justin Moore, Trombone Shorty & the Orleans Avenue, Rebelution, Surfer Blood, the Dirty Heads and Bobby Lee Rodgers. For the complete lineup, visit