Mountain Jam will be streamed live again this year through a partnership with Tourpedo, and all proceeds go to charity. Fans will be able to watch four-days worth of performances between June 4-7 at Hunter Mountain in Hunter, N.Y., including Robert Plant, moe., the Black Keys and Gov't Mule, among others.

Cost is on a pay-what-you want basis, with a $5 per-day minimum. Proceeds support Teen Cancer America. The charity, co-founded by the Who's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, supports specialized units designed for teenagers undergoing cancer treatment.

"We are proud to be partnering with Mountain Jam for the second year in a row to live stream this awesome festival," Tourpedo co-founder Matt Henderson said. "It’s a good feeling to know that you can provide fans with over 30 hours of live music while also raising money to support Teen Cancer America through our versatile streaming platform. The artists and Tourpedo are excited to be a part of such a great festival that supports a great cause."

Fans can also tip artists during their performances at Mountain Jam. The highest tipper during certain sets will receive a prize package featuring signed artist memorabilia.

Last year's Mountain Jam lineup found Gov't Mule's Warren Haynes appearing with the Allman Brothers Band. That fiery set marked one of the final stops by the Allmans before the group retired from the road. There are three- and four-day passes (with and without camping) available, as well as several VIP packages. Check out the fest's website for more information.

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