With this year’s DelFest officially postponed to the fall 2020 or even 2021, organizers for the annual bluegrass summer event have announced plans for a free virtual festival for fans to enjoy at home over Memorial Day Weekend (May 21st–24th).

Announced on Wednesday, the first-ever DelFest At Home! will feature free broadcasts of past DelFest performances from The Del McCoury Band, Trey Anastasio Band, Greensky Bluegrass, Billy Strings, I’m With Her, Marty Stuart, and more throughout the long holiday weekend.

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The Delfest At Home! webcasts will begin on May 21st at 4 p.m. ET via Nugs.TV, or on DelFest’s Youtube and Facebook pages. Other performances at DelFest from years’ past which are set to air throughout the weekend include Railroad Earth, Sam Bush, The Wood Brothers, The Infamous Stringdusters, Yonder Mountain String Band, The Marcus King Band, Grateful Ball (The Travelin’ McCourys and Jeff Austin Band), Broomestix, and more.

A statement shared by festival organizers with Wednesday’s announcement reads,

We’ve heard from many folks how much it’s going to hurt not being at DelFest this Memorial Day weekend, so we hope this helps a little. We’re grateful to have a dedicated crew that has captured some great moments of DelFest through the years, and are looking forward to reliving some of these great moments with you ourselves,” says Ronnie McCoury of the Del McCoury Band and The Travelin’ McCourys. His brother—and band member in both aforementioned ensembles, Rob McCoury adds, “We are so excited about this. It’s just a small way we can all feel connected this weekend. Keep an eye on your notifications—we are going to pop onto Facebook Live from time to time between sets to say ‘hello.’

The weekend’s worth of webcasts will air free of charge, but monetary donations are encouraged. Funds raised during the virtual festival will go to benefit the DelFest Foundation, which works with non-profit organizations including Western Maryland Food Bank, Allegany Health Right, and Habitat for Humanity, to name a few.

Scroll down for a detailed schedule for the virtual event. Head to the festival website for more information.