Miley Cyrus got creative on her social media when the time came to announce that she is joining the Woodstock 50th Anniversary lineup.
The singer stripped down to nothing but an orange and yellow bucket hat with the announcement: “Festival season is here, I’m queer, and ready to party! Let’s go summer 2019!”
The photo, where she is sitting on a lawn chair in the desert, was part of a series she posted making the formal announcement that she is joining the legendary festival’s lineup.
Earlier, she posted a photo of herself on an oversize chicken statue with the caption, “Woodstock here I come! When I’m not riding a wrecking ball, you can find me on a giant cock.”
Cyrus joins a long list of top names in music for the 50th anniversary of the legendary Woodstock festival, including Jay Z, Halsey, Janelle Monae, The Killers, Akon, Imagine Dragons, Santana and Dead & Company, which features former members of The Grateful Dead.
The 3-day festival in August will be held at Watkins Glen International in New York, just a few miles from the festival’s original location.