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June 22nd, 2020 under Concerts/Tours, Coronavirus

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On June 27th, Garth Brooks is beaming one of his concerts to over 300 drive-in theaters all over the US.

While that is cool, wouldn’t it be even cooler if it was a live and in-person show? Well, that is what Live Nation is doing next month with nine shows between July 10th-12th. Brad Paisley will be playing all three cities, Nashville, Tennessee, Maryland Heights, Missouri, and Noblesville, Indiana. While the other nights in those cities will be shared by Nelly and El Monstero in St. Louis, Jon Pardi and Darius Rucker in Nashville, and Jon Pardi and Yacht Rock Revue in Indianopollis.

How are they going to do that during the coronavirus pandemic? Your seats are your car. For as low as $125 per automobile, you can bring three people with you to enjoy the show. Each vehicle is given three spaces that are 9′ wide. The first for the car, the second for tailgating, and a third to keep a distance from the next concert-goer. While you are not required to wear a mask when you are in your designated area, you will have to wear one when you go to the bathroom. Each restroom will have hand sanitizer, a sink, and someone cleaning areas that see high traffic.

You are able to bring your own food and alcohol. However, they will be selling hot food and non-alcoholic drinks just in case.

Paisley told the AP, “The idea that we’re outdoors is a great thing,” adding, “I just think it’s a fun way to watch a concert anyway. It’d be fun if there wasn’t a virus.”

Hopefully, it is success because I would totally go to a concert like this. Plus, it is cheaper than most shows. Would you go to a gig like this?

If you would, then you can get tickets this Friday on Live Nation.

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