Central Park’s Great Lawn will be put to great use on September 29th, as some of rock and roll’s biggest names will take to the stage for a free show to bring awareness to the fight against global poverty. The show, which is being organized by Goldenvoice/AEG (the guys behind Coachella), and the Global Poverty Project, promises to be a unique experience, and will feature headliners the Foo Fighters, Black Keys, and Neil Young, in addition to K’Naan and Band of Horses.

In order to use the Great Lawn, an event must be completely free to the public, with tickets distributed through lottery system. This caveat interested the promoters, as they believe it will initiate more of a call to action, rather than just taking a percentage of ticket sales. Keep an eye out for more details on entering the lottery for what aims to be one of the biggest rock and roll shows of our generation.

You can learn more about the Global Poverty Project at their official website, http://www.globalpovertyproject.com/