The Creators Project will be bringing their culturally diverse festival to San Francisco, Calif., for the first time this year and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs will be headlining the show. The two-day festival will take up shop in the historic Fort Mason site on March 17 and 18, transforming it into an interactive experience with a focus on combining art and technology.

While the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are a definite highlight, the lineup boasts quite a few standout guests from James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem DJing a set to musical acts like the Antlers, Health, and Zola Jesus on the bill as well. In addition to musical performances, the festival will also feature screenings and workshops by creative types of all genres  -- from artists and filmmakers to designers and musicians.

The best news of all is that it’s a free event. All you have to do is head over to The Creators Project website to RSVP for Saturday’s festivities if you’re interested. No RSVP is required for Sunday as all events are open to the public.

The Creators Project is a global arts and technology initiative created by Intel and VICE that supports artists and helps them realize their creative visions utilizing technology. This event will mark their third year bringing their festival to cities around the world.

Live Performances Include:

Yeah Yeah Yeahs
James Murphy (DJ set)
The Antlers
Zola Jesus
Shabazz Palaces
New Pants w/ Feng Mengbo's Bruce Lee VJ Project
The Hundred in the Hands
Teen Daze
and Special Guests