A free music festival. That’s right; you heard us. Free. As in “keep that money in your wallet,” or “use that money for food and booze instead.” Either way, it sounds like music to our ears. It’s called the NCAA Big Dance Concert Series and is organized in conjunction with the NCAA Men’s Final Four. Today the NCAA revealed that performers will include Muse, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals, Sting, Dave Matthews Band and others. The three-day series—which will take place at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park—consists of three individual events and is sponsored by Coke Zero and Capital One. Muse will headline the Coke Zero Countdown show on April 6, while Dave Matthews Band will be headlining at the Capitol One Jam Fest, along with Sting and Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. The performers for the AT&T Block Party show on April 5 are still TBA. The Big Dance Concert Series will run from April 5-7.