The Global Citizen Festival is coming together with an awesome lineup that ties in with Wolverine (sort of).

That's right. The MCU star Hugh Jackman will host the fest. Jane Goodall, curator Chris Martin, and Jane Goodall will also appear.

“For over a decade, Global Citizen has driven life-saving impact for nearly 1.3 billion people around the world,” Jackman said. “We'll gather once again on September 28 to help end extreme poverty, defend the planet, and demand equity. I can't wait to see you all on Central Park's Great Lawn to collectively call for change on behalf of the world's most vulnerable communities.”

This year's musical lineup is awesome. THR reports that Post Malone, Doja Cat, Jelly Roll, and Rauw Alejandro are several acts set to perform. Additional performers will be announced soon.

About Global Citizen 

Known for being the world's leading international advocacy organization, Global Citizen aims to end extreme poverty.

“We are an action platform dedicated to achieving the end of extreme poverty, powered by a community of millions of Global Citizens who believe in one world, one people — where everyone has an equal chance to thrive,” their website states. “This is our world and the actions of one can have a profound impact on many. That's why we rally around the critical issues of climate change, poverty, and inequality. This is our generation's moment. It's in our hands.”

Attending the festival is free, and you can earn tickets via the Global Citizen app by taking action. You can also take part in what they're doing to “unite to call on world and corporate leaders for urgent action to Defeat poverty, Defend the Plant, and Deman Equity” on their website.

“The hunger crisis continues to grow, infectious diseases are still spreading, debt is on the rise and last year was the hottest on record,” a release from Global Citizen says. “Meanwhile, governments everywhere are reducing their contributions to foreign aid, with more than half of G7 countries having proposed cuts this year. Despite the emerging gap between what the world needs and what seems politically possible, the plight of the world's most vulnerable communities is more urgent than ever. This is a critical year for the global community to support frontline organizations, invest in lifesaving solutions and act today, to save tomorrow.”

Doja Cat is excited to perform and said in a statement, “We all have a part we can play to help end extreme poverty and stand up for equity. I'm looking forward to being part of this major evening of positive change.”

So, get ready for The Global Citizen Festival on Septemeber 28 in New York City. It's already quite a lineup, and more acts are yet to be announced. And hey, maybe Hugh Jackman will come as Wolverine?