Pickathon has announced a 12+ hour festival livestream billed Pickathon At Home slated for July 31st—August 2nd.

Over the past 60 days, Pickathon has been webcasting previous performances through their series A Concert A Day, providing free content to fans amid the mass cancellations of live events. The 100+ day livestream series raised $200,000 for MusiCares through their never-before-seen festival performances.

The festival, originally rescheduled for July 30th—August 2nd on Pendarvis Farm in Portland, OR, decided to still let the celebrations continue this weekend virtually through their Pickathon At Home livestream for over 12 hours of archived Pickathon concerts and original shorts. The festival hopes to raise an additional $60,000 over the weekend for MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fundraiser, with Spotify matching all donations. The weekend stream will see performances and video greetings by Pickathon artists, surprise guests, a special video for ticket holders, and exclusive merch.

“During these challenging times when our community was prevented from gathering together in person, A Concert A Day ended up being an amazing journey to virtually connect and raise significant money for artists in need,” said festival founder and director Zale Schoenborn. “We’re looking forward to going out in style over our festival weekend!”

Each respective day’s stream will kick off at 7 p.m. ET. Friday will see livestreamed performances by Wolf People, Garrett T. Capps, Bee Bee Sea, and Steve Gunn. Saturday’s stream will kick off with Revel in Dimes, followed by Dan Deacon, and Khruangbin. Sunday’s stream will end the home series with Dom Flemons, and Moon Duo. Drive-By Truckers, who kicked off Pickathon’s A Concert A Day series, will wrap up this weekend’s virtual at-home livestream on Sunday night.

Pickathon At Home will stream this weekend on Friday, July 31st to Sunday, August 2nd 1-5 p.m. ET on the festival’s and Recording Academy’s Facebook pages, as well as Pickathon’s YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram. Click here to stream.