11E1even Group has shared the schedule for weekend three of the Live From Out There virtual festival webcast series. This weekend’s schedule will include live and archival shows from Billy StringsPigeons Playing Ping Pong, Twiddle, Goose, and more via Nugs.tv.

On Friday, April 3rd, Twiddle will start the weekend with a live performance beginning at 8:15 p.m. ET (all times ET), before Pigeons starts the band’s first of two live sets at 9:30 p.m. Following Pigeons’ second set at 10:45 p.m., Magic Beans will take over fans’ television screens starting at midnight. G. Love will kick things off on Saturday (4/4) at 5:30 p.m. before Twiddle frontman Mihali begins a solo set at 6:45. After SunSquabi steps in at 8:00, Billy Strings will take the Live From Out There virtual stage for the first time at 9:00 p.m. for a solo performance. Finally, the Kitchen Dwellers will close out the evening following Strings, however, the specific time is TBD.

Sunday will see The Sweet Lillies open things up at 4:30 p.m. ahead of Aqueous‘ return to Live From Out There at 5:30. Starting at 7:00 p.m., Rick Mitarotonda, and Peter Anspach of Goose will perform a special “aGOOSEtic” set before archival sets of Goose and Pigeons run at 8:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. respectively.

Ever since the initial festival launch on March 20th, Live From Out There has provided fans with much-needed live music as venues across the country (and the world) have been forced to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. The festival promises future performances and exclusive content from Marc BrownsteinOteil BurbridgeBenny BloomEric KrasnoCory WongTom HamiltonAndy Frasco, and more. Visit the Nugs.tv website for more information and to purchase webcast packages.

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Additionally, several other bands and musicians have partnered with Nugs.tv, providing fans with webcasts every night of the week. On Monday, Umphrey’s McGee hosts a free webcast series through Nugs and on Tuesday Phish has its Dinner And A Movie: An Archival Video Series through the band’s LivePhish service, as well as Joe Russo’s Almost Dead‘s Rad Night In America webcast on Nugs. Then on Wednesday, The Disco Biscuits hold a regular Relax & Recline archival series, followed by Tedeschi Trucks Band‘s Swamp Family TV on Thursday. The weekend then gets started with The String Cheese Incident‘s Friday Night Cheese broadcasts of classic incidents, Dead & Company’s One More Saturday Night archival series, and finally closing out the weekend with Widespread Panic’s Never Miss A Sunday Show.