Washington D.C., despite being a fertile ground with its regional styles of music like Go-Go, while also influencing punk and hip-hop, has not had many major, multi-day music festivals in the city. This is about to change in September with the inaugural Landmark Music Festival set to take over the National Mall. Headlined by Drake, The Strokes, Wale and Alt-J, the two-day event will feature some of the biggest names in music, while also attempting to raise funds and awareness to restore the nation's most visited park, the National Mall.

Additional acts listed on the bill include Chromeo, CHVRCHES, The War on Drugs, George Ezra, Band Of Horses and Twin Shadow.

The festival is a part of a larger campaign to try and involve the community at large to become involved with the National Mall trust and volunteer to help restore the park, which has not had a major renovation in nearly 40 years.

The event is being promoted and curated by C3 Presents, who produced events like Lollapalooza in Chicago's Grant Park and Austin City Limits at the city's Ziker Park. Live Nation, who has a majority stake in C3, will showcase the festival on Yahoo Screen to a global audience for free, broadcasting select events and unique looks both days.

The festival will take place on Sept. 26–27. A limited supply early-bird tickets will be sale for $100 until 10 a.m, Wednesday, April 29. Regular 2-day passes begin pricing at $150 with additional options for VIP, platinum and travel packages. Head Landmark Music Festival's website for more information.

See the full lineup below via Billboard.

Landmark Music Festival 2015 Complete Lineup:

The Strokes
Ben Howard
Band of Horses
The War on Drugs
George Ezra
Nate Ruess
Lord Huron
The Kills
Twin Shadow
The Lone Bellow
Dr. John & The Nite Trippers
Dan Deacon
The Joy Formidable
Albert Hammond Jr.
Rhiannon Giddens
Ex Hex
The Mowgli's
In the Valley Below
Rebirth Brass Band
U.S. Royalty
Hiss Golden Messenger
Erik Hassle
Vintage Trouble
Lion Babe
The London Souls
Red Baraat
The Hunts
The Suffers