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Everyone’s invited to James Franco‘s bar mitzvah, and you don’t need a ticket.
For the first time ever, Seth Rogen and Funny or Die are partnering up to livestream Rogen’s annual Hilarity for Charity event—where Rogen is throwing Franco a bar mitzvah. The Wrap reported that the event will be available through the go90 app, which fans can download for free to begin streaming the event on Oct. 17 at 8pm PT. Tickets are completely sold out, but the livestream provides all fans with the opportunity to catch the show.
This year marks the fourth Hilarity for Charity since Rogen and wife Lauren Miller put on the first show in 2012. The event was created to raise Alzheimer’s awareness and progress research, and the money raised benefits nonprofit organization Alzheimer’s Association to help #endalz.
In the past, Rogen has brought in an all-star lineup for the night-long variety show, and this year is no different. Miley Cyrus will be headlining the event, and pop rock band Haim will be performing as well. Past performances have included Bruno Mars, Tenacious D, and the Backstreet Boys to name a few.
Photo via Seth Rogen/Facebook
Sherry Tucci is a fandom reporter who specializes in Korean pop culture and anime. In addition to her work at the Daily Dot, her reporting has appeared in the Daily Texan.