Country famous person Brad Paisley and rapper Nelly are returning to the stage to headline the world’s first large-scale drive-in concert series.
Live from the Drive-In, organized by officers at occasions big Live Nation, will characteristic 9 large gigs between July 10 to 12, with Paisley performing in every of the three chosen venues’ parking heaps, beginning with the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in St. Louis, Missouri, adopted by exhibits on the Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee, and on the Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana.
Fellow nation artists Jon Pardi and Darius Rucker may also play on separate nights in Nashville, whereas Nelly and Pink Floyd tribute band El Monstero will welcome followers of their native Missouri.
Pardi and Yacht Rock Revue will full the trio of concert events in Indiana.
Guests might be restricted to 4 folks per car, which might be parked in each third area, enabling followers a bit of further room round their vehicles to get out and benefit from the exhibits, whereas nonetheless observing social distancing tips in the course of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
They might be requested to put on masks to enter the world, though they won’t need to hold the face coverings on whereas of their designated parking spot, the place the concertgoers are inspired to embrace a tailgating arrange, bringing their very own meals and drinks to take pleasure in in the course of the gig.
And Paisley is “very excited” about Live Nation bosses’ plan to get the stay music trade again in motion after the COVID-19 shutdown.
“My goal would be not to spread this virus to one person. There should be no spread from this. That’s key. I just don’t think it’s worth doing shows if we’re putting people at risk,” Paisley tells The Associated Press.
“The idea that we’re outdoors is a great thing. I just think it’s a fun way to watch a concert anyway. It’d be fun if there wasn’t a virus.”
Tickets are set to go on sale on Friday.