Ideaison has announced the Stayin’ Alive Stream remote concert, which will raise money for artist relief as music industry professionals navigate the global COVID-19 pandemic.

The lineup for Stayin’ Alive Stream, set to take place on Tuesday at 6 p.m. PT from an “undisclosed, uninfected/safe location” in L.A., will feature a lineup consisting of Shira Elias (Turkuaz), Alex Wasily (Dumpstaphunk), Andee Avila (Andy Frasco & The U.N.), Ben “Smiley” Silverstein and Max Newman (The Main Squeeze), Adryon Deleon (Orgone/Matador Soul Sounds), Enrique Sanchez (Aloe Blacc), Derrick Wong (Shots Fired), and Terence.

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“In light of the craziness going on in the world we want to put all of our efforts into continuing to support the music & live event industry that we cherish so much,” Ideaison said in a statement. “In trying times, community and encouragement can make a huge difference.

Anybody can tune into the stream on Ideaison or Live For Live Music’s Facebook page on Tuesday, March 17th at 6 p.m. PT, and there is a suggested donation of 10 dollars to help support the artists performing. Donations can be directed to @Ideaison on Venmo, and on PayPal.

The Stayin’ Alive Stream is just the latest act of ingenuity coming from the live music industry in the wake of widespread concert cancellations due to the coronavirus. This past weekend, Dopapod performed an in-studio concert after their show was canceled in Columbus, and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong helped launch‘s “Live From Out There” series on Saturday night with a pay-per-view concert from an undisclosed location in Denver, CO.