Live Nation is launching “Live from the Drive-In” in July, the tour promoter's first U.S. drive-in concert series.
Consisting of 9 shows across three cities, the series will feature Nelly, Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Jon Pardi, Yacht Rock Revue, and El Monstero. The shows will take place between July 10-12 in Nashville, Tennessee; Maryland Heights, Missouri; and Noblesville, Indiana.
The performances will take place in the parking lots of the venues with full production. Cars, which can contain a maximum of four people, will be directed to their designated tailgate area. Attendees can then watch from outside of their vehicle within their marked-off space, which will be surrounded by two empty parking lot spaces. Chairs, pre-cooked food, and drinks, including alcohol, will be allowed into the event.
All venue staff are required to wear masks, and attendees are asked to wear masks upon arrival. Fans are not expected to wear masks within their designated tailgate areas, but are asked to wear them when using the single restrooms.
Outside of restroom use, fans are expected to stay within their designated tailgate area. A menu of hot food items and nonalcoholic drinks will be available for purchase online and the items will be delivered. Additional details on “Live from the Drive-In” can be found here.
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, June 26 via Ticketmaster.
See the “Live from the Drive-In” schedule below.
Maryland Heights, MO - Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
July 10: Brad Paisley
July 11: El Monstero
July 12: Nelly
Nashville, TN - Nissan Stadium Parking Lot
July 10: Jon Pardi
July 11: Brad Paisley
July 12: Darius Rucker
Noblesville, IN - Ruoff Music Center
July 10: Yacht Rock Revue
July 11: Jon Pardi
July 12: Brad Paisley
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Article image: Nelly photographed on June 5, 2010, Brad Paisley performing in 2007, Darius Rucker performing with Hootie and the Blowfish in 2004. (Photobra|Adam Bielawski [CC BY-SA 3.0], minds-eye [CC BY-SA 2.0], Mysti Cabasug, U.S. Air Force [Available through Public Domain] via Wikimedia Commons.)