Dozens of artists took part, including Dead Man’s Whiskey and comedian Pete K Mally.
And since the event was a success, organisers have announced that Webfest 2 will happen on June 6, promising another round of rock entertainment.
Liam Mulpetre will be in charge of the Live Shred: The Heavy Metal Jukebox, while Reece Mastin and Sisters Doll will join in the fun from Australia.
Music fans are encouraged to buy the artists coffee and a cake, with all donations going towards those taking part.
Organisers explain: “We want to pay all the bands properly for their work. If you were paying £15 to go to a gig with three bands and 100 people showed up, £1500 would go towards all costs and the bands would be lucky to turn a profit of £150 each. We will have 23 bands on the day, and our target is £5000.”
Webfest 2 will be streamed on the New Wave Of Classic Rock’s Facebook page. Find the full lineup poster below.