has announced they will be offering up free live webcasts from their archives monthly starting this on Friday, May 1st at 8pm ET, kicking off this week with the band’s set from Music Festival in 2016.

They’ve also just added a few more shows to their Nugs.net live show archive.

Friends!!! In times like these it feels more important than ever to come together. While we can’t gather in person, we’re excited to announce that over the coming months we will be some videos of archival shows. First up, a live webcast of our show from Music Festival 2016. Tune in Friday at 8pm ET on the Facebook and pages as well as at nugs.tv.

Similar to the other band’s offering up archival webcasts, in lieu of sending them money they’re offering up different beneficiaries each monthly to help keep the crews, and service workers as safe as possible during the social distancing period.

For each webcast, we’ll be suggesting donations to a different beneficiary. Donations made during Friday’s webcast will benefit Crew Nation, dedicated to extending a helping hand to the and venue crews who depend on shows and tours to make a living. While you watch, we hope you’ll considering contributing: https://bit.ly/35gnkRj

Stay tuned to their Facebook and pages for the official links as they get close.


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