The lineup has been announced for the 924 Gilman livestream festival, which goes down this Saturday (5/16) at 7 PM ET to help keep the iconic Berkeley venue alive during these tough, concert-less times. The lineup includes Touche Amore, Mom Jeans, Thick, Destroy Boys, Small Crush, Grumpster, Rosie Tucker, awakebutstillinbed, Sarchasm, and Sour Widows, and they'll also air "never-seen footage of classic Gilman performances." The venue writes:

You've seen your favorite shows with us. You've danced, played, moshed, and maybe even made some friends. Now it's time to pull together and help keep the oldest running, loudest, proudest DIY, all-ages, volunteer-run music venue open. Since 1986, we’ve been the heart of the Bay Area's punk and alternative all ages music scene. And with your help we can keep going strong. This Saturday, join some of your favorite musicians and legendary never-seen Gilman performances to raise funds for the space. The festival will be streaming on our Facebook at 4 pm (PT). 100% of funds donated will go towards keeping the Gilman open and CLIF GreenNotes will be matching donations up to $10k. Mark your calendars, share with friends, come ready for old faves, and definitely some new surprises!

The stream happens at 924 Gilman's Facebook. Tune in Saturday (5/16) at 7 PM ET.

Watch Touche Amore playing 924 Gilman in 2013:

Check out pictures of Touche Amore (opening for Hum) at NYC's Terminal 5 in 2016: