Tidal’s second annual Tidal X concert is set to take place on Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The one-day only benefit concert will feature more than 20 acts including Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys, Common, Prince Royce and Lauryn Hill.

While tickets for the show are sold out, you can still purchase tickets on the third-party market. But if you’re unable to attend the show in person, you can livestream the event. As with any Tidal concert, Tidal X 1015 will be streaming on the Tidal site. The stream will be available to everyone, not just Tidal subscribers. 

According to a post on Instagram, the livestream will begin at 8 p.m. EDT as Robin Thicke opens up the show. Partnering with the Robin Hood Foundation, money from the concert will go towards supporting education for New York City children as well as other charities.

 

“A strong education is one of the best poverty-fighting tools there is,” Robin Hood's executive director David Saltzman said in a statement. “We’re thrilled that the proceeds from this once-in-a-lifetime benefit concert will support great teachers and strengthen schools. It will undoubtedly be an incredible night for everyone, especially our honored guests: the heroic teachers helping our most vulnerable children escape poverty.”

The official lineup for the concert promises a long list of stars but also states there will be more guests, something Joe Jonas of the group DNCE teased. “For a show like that, you’ve gotta put out all the stops," Jonas told Rolling Stone. “We’ve been talking about it for the last week or two, who we’re gonna reach out to to come out on stage to make it a bit more memorable for everyone.”

Last year’s show, Tidal X 1020, also took place at the Barclays Center and featured Minaj, Lil Wayne, Usher, Jay Z, Rick Ross, Meek Mill and Nick Jonas.

Beyonce and Nicki Minaj Find out how you can stream the Tidal X 1015 concert which will include Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj. Pictured: Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj at the Tidal X 1020 concert in Brooklyn, New York on Oct. 20, 2015. Photo: Getty Images/Jamie McCarthy