After three years adrift—and a couple of subpar imitations—the Seaport Music Festival will make its triumphant return to Lower Manhattan next month to celebrate its 15th anniversary with four straight days of waterfront music and more.

The free, all-ages concert series kicks off on September 7th, and features artists such as Ted Leo + The Pharmacists, Big Huge, The Make-Up, James Chance & The Contortions, Martin Rev (the surviving member of Suicide) and more. There will also be film screenings and comedy, and something called Wet Clutch, described as “an immersive drive-in dance experience that reinterprets and remixes movie heroines from the last four decades of American film.”

As they’ve done in the past, the Village Voice and South Street Seaport Museum will partner with festival founder Stephen Dima to present the series.

This year, each night is curated by an individual tastemaker (schedule tbd), with at least one lineup selected by Seaport veteran Ted Leo. Leo, who has a very promising new album out on September 8th, has played six separate Seaport Festivals, bringing with him some sort of extreme weather/power grid event on almost every occasion.

So bring an umbrella, or a back-up generator, and enjoy!