The Who will join the many acts supplementing a lack of live concerts with webcast series, announcing the launch of the Join Together @ Home series on Thursday.

The legendary classic rock group was set to hit the road on yet another “farewell” tour this summer, playing stadiums around the world. Instead, a six-week run of archival concert webcasts will showcase “live and rarely seen footage, mini videos and special screen footage, culminating with a performance from a previously unreleased show.”

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Join Together @ Home will begin on Saturday, August 8th at 1 p.m. ET with a screening of five songs from one of the band’s two shows at Shea Stadium in 1982 (a press release did not specify whether the October 12th or 13th show would be aired). The concerts came as part of The Who’s “farewell” tour, and saw the group tour together for the last time until 1989 when they would return without drummer Kenny Jones, who was tasked with replacing Keith Moon following his death in 1978.

The stream will begin with a “red carpet premiere clip from Roger Daltrey.” Join Together @ Home is a free event, though viewers are encouraged to donate to the Teenage Cancer Trust and Teen Cancer America.

Tune into The Who Join Together @ Home live stream series, which will air on August 8th at 1 p.m. ET and be available on YouTube for seven days.

The Who – Live At Shea Stadium 1982

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[H/T Rolling Stone]