Credit: Henry DiltzDavid Crosby‘s concert this Sunday, May 7, at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, Colorado, is sold out, but if you don’t have a ticket, you’ll still be able to enjoy the show thanks to The website is offering a pay-per-view live stream of the event, which begins at 8 p.m. local time.

A high-def stream of the concert costs $19.99, while a standard-definition viewing is priced at $14.99. The show also will be viewable on demand at the site for a limited time.

The folk-rock legend’s current tour, which is billed as “An Evening with David Crosby & Friends,” features Crosby performing with three musicians who were part of his late-1990s/early-2000s group CPR — his son, keyboardist James Raymond; guitarist Jeff Pevar; and drummer Steve DiStanislao — as well as with Estonian bassist Mai Agan, and singer/keyboardist Michelle Willis, who toured with David last year as part of his Lighthouse Band.

During his recent performances, Crosby has been showcasing songs from his upcoming album Sky Trails, tunes from his previous solo releases, and material by CPR, The Byrds, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and Crosby & Nash.

Crosby is planning to officially release Sky Trails this summer, although he’s has been selling advanced copies of the record at stops on his current U.S. trek. The tour winds down May 29 in New London, Connecticut.

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