Mountain JamThe 11th Annual Mountain Jam festival is coming up with headlining sets from Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters as well as The Black Keys and Alabama Shakes. But if you can’t make it out to New York’s Hunter Mountain next weekend for the event, software company Tourpedo is offering you a chance to stream the four-day festival, and support charity while doing so.

Fans will be able to live-stream all four days of the fest, with viewers donating what they want, beginning at a minimum of $5 per day. Proceeds from the stream will benefit Teen Cancer America, the charity founded by The Who‘s Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend that helps health care facilities develop special units for teenagers undergoing cancer treatment. Viewers also can tip artists during their performances, with the highest tippers during certain sets earning prizes including signed memorabilia.

The live stream will be shown in high definition and will be available on computers, televisions and mobile devices. To find out how to watch the festival, visit Tourpedo.com/shows/mountain-jam-entire-festival-pass.

Mountain Jam, which is co-produced by longtime Allman Brothers Band member Warren Haynes, is scheduled to take place from June 4 to June 7 at Hunter Mountain in Hunter, New York. Other performers include Haynes’ Gov’t Mule playing two sets including a special Pink Floyd tribute, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and moe., among others.

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