Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds, Neko Case and More on Nugs.tv

Nugs.tv and Ben & Jerry’s are sponsoring a live stream event to help support and bring awareness to the water protectors in Standing Rock.

BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says won’t forcibly remove Dakota pipeline protesters who remain after Dec. 5. – Associated Press

The live stream currently has Native American music streaming with Lakota Thunder. Ledisi performed a mix of soul and acoustic music.

Neko Case mixed it up with her powerful form of acoustic rock. The music theme for the evening has been acoustic rock to layer with the peaceful protests taking place at Standing Rock.

Dave Matthews and Time Reynolds will perform last with their captivating acoustic rock. In addition to performing this show, Dave and Time also perform at Farm Aid, along with a long list of other shows that help build awareness for important issues. They blend their music into the fabric of the environment, and create meaningful performances year after year.

Recently, the Army Corps of Engineers sent a letter on Friday to the chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe explaining that the violent confrontations have taken place, and they are shutting down the campgrounds. Protestors will be issued trespassing tickets after December 5. That statement was released last Friday, and today, Sunday, November 27, it was reversed according to the Associated Press.

Stand with Standing Rock is an informative website with data covering the Dakota Access Pipeline. Connect with the site to make a donation.

Stream the performances on YouTube, and connect with #noDAPL on Twitter.

Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds: Stand with Standing Rock - Live from Washington, DC 11/27/16