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Dave Matthews Band, Sting, Zac Brown Band to headline free Final Four weekend shows

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Get ready to rock for free! The NCAA, Capital One and Turner Live Events are bringing in the Dave Matthews Band, Sting and Grace Potter & The Nocturnals for the 2013 NCAA Big Dance Concert series.

According to the NCAA, the FREE, three day concert series takes place April 5 - 7 at Centennial Olympic Park. The bands will appear as part of the Capital One Jam Fest on the 7th.

The lineup for April 6 is equally impressive. Muse, Flo Rida, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, and Ludacris will rule the day on the Coke Zero Countdown stage, says the NCAA.

The event is being held in conjunction with the NCAA Men's Final Four, which is set for April 6 and 8 at the Georgia Dome.

The line-up and times, according to the NCAA, are as follows:

Friday, April 5  AT&T Block Party (park opens at 3 p.m.)

Saints of Valory
My Morning Jacket
Zac Brown Band

Saturday, April 6 – Coca-Cola Zero Countdown (park opens at noon)
Yacht Rock Revue
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Ludacris
Flo Rida
MUSE

Sunday, April 7 – Capital One Jamfest (park opens at 2 p.m.)
Blind Pilot
Grace Potter & the Nocturnals
Sting
Dave Matthews Band

For the latest information on the concert series and specific times, click here!

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