[UPDATE 1/26/21]: The 34th annual edition of the Tibet House US Benefit Concert has announced additions to this year’s lineup including Iggy Pop and The Flaming Lips. Also on tap to join this year’s virtual benefit to preserve Tibetan culture are Jess Paris Smith (daughter of fellow Tibet House performer Patti Smith), Marc Anthony Thompson (Chocolate Genius Inc.), actor Tessa Thompson, and Saori Tsukada.

The event, set to take place on February 17th at 8 p.m. ET, will air via Mandolin and feature part live and part pre-recorded content. Click here for tickets and more details.

[1/14/21]: The 34th edition of the annual Tibet House US Benefit Concert will go completely virtual this year, organizers for the long-running musical fundraiser announced on Thursday.

The one-night all-star music event which typically takes place at Carnegie Hall in New York City will look to raise money to preserve Tibetan culture this year with exclusive live and pre-recorded virtual performances as curated by artistic director Philip Glass from Eddie Vedder, Phoebe Bridgers, Brittany Howard, Valerie June, Angélique Kidjo, Laurie Anderson, and more, along with a special video message from the 14th Dalai Lama.

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The ticketed webcast–which ranges from $25 up to $250–will air exclusively via Mandolin on Wednesday, February 17th. Mandolin, the new tech-focused livestreamer, is also a creative and fundraising partner in the event, involved end-to-end from artist booking to managing the full-scale production.

Click here for webcast and ticket info for this year’s virtual fundraiser.

Click here to revisit the photos and video from the 33rd Tibet House US Benefit Concert in New York City in February 2020.