Drake To Headline First-Ever Landmark Music Festival In Washington, D.C.
Drake has been announced as one of the many headliners for the first-ever Landmark Music Festival set to take place in Washington, D.C.'s West Potomac Park from Sept. 26-27. Drizzy will also be joined by alt-J and The Strokes.
WIth a mission to blend music's burgeoning artists to established musicians in the industry, the concert will see appearances from hometown hero Wale, Nate Ruess, CHVRCHES, Lion Babe, and more. Forty artists will span five stages for the first installment of the outdoor event, which also features the best food D.C. has to offer.
In addition, the Landmark Music Festival announced their partnership with the Trust for the National Mall that seeks to raise awareness and fundraising for preserving America's statewide parks.
You can purchase tickets here and peep the entire line-up below.
Landmark Music Festival line-up:
Band of Horses
The War on Drugs
The Lone Bellow
Dr. John & The Nite Trippers
The Joy Formidable
Albert Hammond Jr.
In the Valley Below
Rebirth Brass Band
Hiss Golden Messenger
The London Souls
The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers
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