Bonnaroo’s 2015 installment kicks of in just a few short hours, but if you can’t make it to the Manchester, Tenn.-based festival, you can catch it all online via's stream -- check it out above.

While today’s (June 11) Bonnaroo sets start as early as 5:45PM CT, the stream will launch at 7PM CT when Strand of Oaks take the stage. Later tonight, Houndmouth, Courtney Barnett, Benjamin Booker and Mac DeMarco are all scheduled to perform.

Over the rest of the weekend, you’ll be able to stream sets from headliners Billy Joel, Mumford and Sons, Deadmau5 and Kendrick Lamar, along with fellow festival acts Florence and the Machine, My Morning Jacket, Alabama Shakes, D’Angelo, Belle and Sebastian, Run the Jewels and more. Check out the complete daily schedule on Bonnaroo’s website. Following the initial streams, select sets will be available for viewing over the next 60 days.

If you did snag tickets for this year’s fest and will be catching all of the great acts in-person, you’ll be pleased to know that Rukkus recently shared stats that show Bonnaroo is the most economical summer festival of the bunch. Rukkus' data found that a one-day pass will save festival-goers 75 percent in comparison to buying tickets to see each artist at individual concerts.

Back in April, it was announced that Live Nation had purchased a controlling share of Bonnaroo from its co-founders Superfly and AC Entertainment.