If you'll be up late Sunday night and have five bucks to spare, you can catch a live Guns N' Roses show -- the band will be streaming their concert from Chicago's House of Blues starting at midnight ET.

The $5 fee will provide access to the stream from the band's website, and a portion of the money will go to support the hunger relief organization Feeding America.

If the band's most recent shows are any indication, you'll get a lot of bang for your buck -- GnR played a 2.5 hour gig in New York on Feb. 10 as part of their current club tour, which is largely seen as a warm-up for the European tour they'll start in May.

While frontman Axl Rose is the only remaining member from the band's glory days, the group's original lineup will reunite when they're inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Apr. 14. (No word on whether they'll play together or if they're just going to tolerate each other long enough to accept the honor.)