American Football to headline Nether Meant, a Minecraft-based music festival for COVID-19 relief efforts

American Football to headline Nether Meant, a Minecraft-based music festival for COVID-19 relief efforts

American Football are heading into the world of Minecraft.

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On Monday (04/06), Open Pit, the team behind virtual music festivals, Fire Fest and Coalchella, have announced Nether Meant, a music festival for the benefit of COVID-19 relief efforts.

American Football are scheduled to headline the festival, alongside Polyvinyl labelmate, Anamanaguchi. Baths, Meishi Smile, Hana, and more are also slated to perform on April 11, 2020. Livestream kicks off at 6 PM EST (6 AM PH/SG/MY Standard Time/ 5 AM TH/ID Standard Time on Sunday, April 12).

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The festival is set to take place at Elsewither.Clubthe virtual counterpart of Brooklyn live music venue, Elsewhere. VIP Passes will be available before the event, with proceeds going to Good360's Coronavirus relief efforts.

Check out the set times below:

Not on Minecraft? You can also join the festival via Twitch.

Relive seeing a live concert here: