List of car concerts after coronavirus

November 20th to 21st: Bush celebrates the release of The Kingdom’s Deluxe Edition with two live drive-in shows in California. The band plays Del Mar on November 20th and Ventura the next evening. Tickets start at $ 99 per car.

13-14 November: 311 plays Phoenix on the 13th and Ventura, California on the 14th, with two shows a night at 5:30 PM and 8:30 PM. Tickets start at $ 99 per car.

October 23rd to 25th: The Beach Boys play three shows as part of the Concerts in Your Car series. They play Ventura on the 23rd, Del Mar on the 24th, and Phoenix on the 25th. Visit ConcertsInYourCar.com for tickets.

October 17th: Sublime with Rome will take the stage on Rubidoux Drive at the Riverside, California theater for two consecutive performances starting at 7 p.m. and then at 10 p.m. Information can be found here.

16.-17. October and 23.-24. October: Live Nation’s Live From the Drive-In series returns with four shows in October. Jason Isabell and the 400 Unit Headline October 16, Blackberry Smoke the 17th, Indigo Girls the 23rd, and Yacht Rock Revue the 24th. All shows are held at the Ameris Bank Ampitheatre in Alpharetta, Georgia. Tickets will go on sale on the Live Nation website on September 11th at 10 a.m. local time. Each ticket allows a maximum of four people per car.

16.-17. October: Third Eye Blind are playing two shows for the Concerts in Your Car series. The Del Mar Fairgrounds Show takes place on the 16th at 8pm. and the Arizona State Fairgrounds Show is on the 17th at 8:15 pm.

October 10th: The rockers GWAR will play a live show at Diamond Drive-In in Richmond, Virginia, while following social distancing guidelines. “Americans do everything in their cars, and now that includes the biggest rock’n’roll horror show on this planet or another!” said Blothar the berserk in a statement. “Really, what’s October without a global pandemic and the chance to watch GWAR from the comfort of your old hoopty ?!” Ticket sales begin on Friday, September 11th at 10 a.m. ET and start at $ 139.95 per vehicle. A maximum of four people per vehicle is permitted.

October 2nd and 4th: Snoop Dogg is shooting two sets as DJ Snoopadelic as part of the Concerts in Your Car series. He will play at the Ventura County Fairgrounds on October 2nd at 8:45 pm and on October 4th at 8:00 pm on the Del Mar Fairgrounds

October 2nd: Yachtley Crew and Metalachi play two shows at shows on Rubidoux Drive at the Riverside, California theater, with Yachtley Crew performing earlier at 6 p.m. and Metalachi at 10 p.m. Information here.

October 1st – November 1st: Aaron Lewis von Staind and Sully Erna von Godsmack take to the streets together on Danny Wimmer Presents’ American Drive-In Tour. The rockers will play unplugged sets side by side for a month at different drive-in locations across the country. Tickets will be available from September 15 at 12:00 noon local time at aaronandsully.com. All dates and venues are also listed there.

September 26th: Kane Brown’s pre-recorded, never-before-seen show will air in drive-in and outdoor theaters across North America as part of the Encore Drive-In Nights series. Tickets are sold via Ticketmaster at noon local time. Visit Ticketmaster for exhibition locations.

Cypress Hill will play two consecutive shows on Rubidoux Drive at the theater in Riverside, California at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Information can be found here.

29th August: The Avett Brothers are playing their first live show in six months with a car concert at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. They will celebrate the release of their new album The Third Gleam, which will be released the day before. Advance sales for the Avett Guild begin July 16 and public sale begins July 17. For more information on shows and tickets, visit TheAvettBrothers.com.

August 27th: SiriusXM and Pandora will preview the upcoming Encore Drive-In Nights Series concert film with Metallica for SiriusXM subscribers at the Warwick Drive-In Theater in Warwick, NY. Prior to the private concert preview, Metallica will virtually attend the event for fan Q&A and an interview hosted by Liquid Metal’s Jose Mangin. SiriusXM’s exclusive Metallica “Encore Drive-In Night” interview with Jose Mangin will air on SiriusXM’s Liquid Metal on Friday, August 28 at 5:00 pm ET. 8 p.m. ET and 11 p.m. ET. Details can be found here.

July 25th: Blake Shelton is the newest artist to lead the Encore Drive-In Nights franchise. The show will feature special guests Gwen Stefani and Trace Atkins. “This is a great way to enjoy music with your family and friends and stay safe. I’m delighted that we have the chance to do a concert for fans,” Shelton said in the press release. “So fill up those popcorn tubs and get ready for country music!” The drive-ins on which the filmed concert takes place conform to CDC safety guidelines and local mandates. Tickets are priced at $ 114.99 per vehicle, with a maximum of six people per car. They will go on sale through Ticketmaster on July 14th at 12 noon local time.

The chain smokers play for charity at Nova’s Ark Project in The Hamptons. DJ D-Sol opens. Tickets range from $ 1,250 to $ 25,000 and benefit No Kid Hungry, the New York Children’s Medical Fund and the Southampton Fresh Air Fund.

16th of July: Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman and Mac Powell’s 10-City Tour begins at the Stardust Drive-in Theater in Watertown, Tennessee. Further information and tickets are now available at DriveInTheaterTour.com.

July 10th to 12th: Brad Paisley makes headlines on the live series “Live From the Drive-In” of nine shows set to take place in Nashville. Maryland Heights, Mo .; and Noblesville, Ind. Darius Rucker and Jon Pardi will also appear on the Nashville Show, while Nelly will be in the Maryland Heights concert. Tickets are available from LiveNation.com. Prices start at $ 125 per vehicle, with a maximum of four people per vehicle.

10-11 July: Andrew McMahon will perform Jack’s Mannequin album Everything in Transit and music from his other projects at Anaheim’s City National Grove, California. Tickets are $ 350 per vehicle for the front row and $ 200 for general admission. They will go on sale on June 18 at AXS.com.

July 4th: Los Lobos open the So Cal Drive In series at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado, California. Mariachi El Bronx is the opening act. Tickets start at $ 150 per car and $ 25 for socially distant seating (bring your own chair); Tickets are available from TicketWeb.com.

June 27th: Garth Brooks is hosting a concert in 300 drive-in theaters across the country. Tickets are priced at $ 100 per car / SUV and will go on sale at Ticketmaster on June 19th. “This drive-in concert allows all of us to play live music again without the uncertainty of what the result would be for us as a community,” the country star said in a statement. “This is old school, new school, and perfect for the time we are in.”

25th June: Remi Wolf is running a benefit show celebrating the release of their EP I’m Allergic to Dogs! The drive-in concert will take place at a location to be determined in Chinatown in Los Angeles. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. PST. Tickets start at $ 30 and go on sale on June 17th on Dice.fm. All proceeds go to Summaeverythang in LA and the Plus 1 for Black Lives Fund.

June 22: TobyMac launches its 12-city tour of drive-in theaters on Highway 21 Drive-In in Beaufort. Cochren & Co. from SC Gotee Records is to be opened. For more information and tickets, visit Eventbrite.com.

June 13th: The Davisson Brothers Band plays outdoors at the Sunset Drive-In Theater in Meadowbrook. WV tickets are $ 80 per car.

June 9th: Electronic musician Marc Rebillet will begin a drive-in tour of eight cities, beginning consecutive nights at an undisclosed venue in Baltimore, Md. From there, he will tour stops in Charlotte, NC (June 11); Indianapolis, Ind. (June 16); Kansas City, miss. (18th of June); Tulsa, Okla. (June 20th) and Fort Collins, Colorado (June 22nd and 23rd) before concluding with shows in Fort Worth (June 26th and 27th) and Houston, Texas (June 28th).

June 5th: Alan Jackson kicks off his two Small Town drive-in concerts at York Farms in Cullman, Ala. The following night, he plays Oak Hollow Farm in Fairhope, Ala. Tickets are available now at AlanJacksonDriveIn.com.

June 4th: Black Jacket Symphony will perform the first show in their Concerts From the Car series and will focus on Beatles’ Abbey Road. The event will take place at the Hoover Met Complex in Hoover, Alabama, starting at 8 p.m. local time. The band’s upcoming concerts will include Queen’s music on June 11th, Journey on June 18th and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers on June 25th.

The Eli Young Band will open the Concert in Your Car series at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. The following nights, Whiskey Myers (June 5th), Pat Green (June 6th) and Josh Abbott Band & Kevin follow country act Fowler (June 7th). Each artist will play two sets – at 5pm and 9pm. The entire concert series was sold out within a few hours.

23. May: Kasim Sulton will host two Saturday performances at the Tupelo Drive-In Music Hall in Derry, NH, one at noon and one at 3 p.m. More information here.

May 16: New Hampshire music venue, Tupelo Music Hall, got creative by reinventing itself as a drive-in concert experience. Rather than offering seating in the venue’s 700-seat theater, owner Scott Hayward built an outdoor stage for local artist Tim Theriault to play two sets of cover songs from Stevie Wonder and Aerosmith to the Allman Brothers Band and Chicago. Participants practiced the state’s socially distant guidelines and tuned in to a local FM radio station to listen to the 90-minute concert.

The duo Ross Snow and Justin Betz have put together an acoustic drive-in show for guests at The Wooden Match, a local restaurant in West Bethlehem, Penn. Around 40 people reportedly showed up to the socially distant concert and ordered take out of their cars, although some left their vehicles in the parking lot, sparking debate over whether such events were safe without stricter guidelines.

DJ D-Nice performed at Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Florida for first responders who enjoyed the show from their cars.

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