Fans of The Allman Brothers Band who can’t make it to the upcoming all-star event celebrating 50 years of the famous southern rock band at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on March 10th will get the chance to stream the performance from home. On Tuesday it was announced that a paid webcast for the show will be offered via popular concert streaming platform

The “50th Anniversary Celebration of The Allman Brothers Band” will feature performances from co-founding member/drummer Jaimoe alongside guitarists Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks, bassist Oteil Burbridge, percussionists Marc Quinones and Duane Trucks (Widespread Panic), and keyboardist Reese Wynans. The band’s former keyboardist Chuck Leavell (The Rolling Stones) will also be included in the celebration as a special guest, while ABB guitarist Dickey Betts will be notably absent from the lineup.

“We could not be more thrilled about the opportunity to work with The Brothers on this PPV from MSG, Nugs founder/CEO Brad Serling mentioned in a statement via press release. “The music that these performers helped to create is so incredibly special. We are very thankful to be able to help share this performance with ABB fans around the planet.”

Earlier this week Haynes revealed plans for a pop-up shop in New York City themed around the upcoming concert set to open this weekend and again on the night of the show.

The standard HD video stream of the show runs for a doable $29.99, while the 4K webcast costs $49.99. Click here for order info.