Fans will be able to stream Kanye West and Drake’s Free Larry Hoover Benefit Concert on Amazon, the tech giant confirmed on Wednesday (Dec. 8). According to The FADER, the Los Angeles performance, going down at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum tomorrow night (Dec. 9), will be streamed live across Amazon Music, Prime Video and Amazon’s Music Twitch channel starting at 11 p.m. EST. Fans will also be able to catch the show on-demand following the livestream.
According to Complex and other outlets, the Free Larry Hoover Benefit Concert will also air in select iMAX theatres across the country at 11:50 p.m. EST on Thursday night.
According to a statement, the event is intended to “[raise] awareness of the need for prison and sentencing reform” and will support the organizations Ex-Cons for Community and Social Change, Hustle 2.0 and the Uptown People’s Law Center.
As reported by REVOLT, a massive stage build-out was seen being constructed at the L.A. Memorial Coliseum earlier this week. The design, a mound-like structure built in the center of the arena, appears to resemble Kanye’s stage built-out at Chicago’s Soldier Field for his Donda listening show earlier this year.
The 44-year-old reached out to Drake last month about joining the Larry Hoover benefit show and ending their longstanding feud. After Kanye posted a video address on Instagram about the idea, Drizzy met with J. Prince at his Toronto home and ultimately signed on to the event.
The pair’s feud was back in the spotlight earlier this year during the rollout for both of their albums: Donda and Certified Lover Boy. However, the upcoming joint performance seems to show they’ve buried the hatchet.
At the time of publishing, tickets for the Free Larry Hoover Benefit Concert are still available starting at $50. VIP Packages are available ranging from $850 to $1,250. The multi-hour set is scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. PST.