Jason Isbell, an American singer-songwriter and guitarist from Green Hill, Alabama, in Lauderdale County. He is known for his solo career, his work with the band The 400 Unit, and as a former member of Drive-By Truckers for six years, from 2001 to 2007.
American rock band Blackberry Smoke - Made up of Charlie Starr (vocals, guitar), Paul Jackson (guitar, vocals), Richard Turner (bass, vocals), Brit Turner (drums) and Brandon Still (keyboards) - has become known for a singular sound indebted to classic rock, blues, country and folk. Since their debut in 2004, the Atlanta-based band has independently released six full-length albums and toured relentlessly, building a strong and loyal community of fans.
Indigo Girls are an American folk rock music duo from Atlanta, Georgia, United States, consisting of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers. The two met in elementary school and began performing together as high school students in Decatur, Georgia, part of the Atlanta metropolitan area.
This top-notch group of musicians has already rocked onstage with John Oates, Eddie Money (RIP), and both versions of the band Player. They’ve trademarked the term “yacht rock,” both metaphorically and literally (U.S. Registration Number 3834195). From humble beginnings in a basement, touring in partnership with Live Nation and Sirius XM, they now headline sold-out shows across the country.
Welcome to Live From The Drive-In, Live Nation’s U.S. drive-in concert series. Created as a way to reimagine the live music experience during a time of social distancing, the Live From The Drive-In concert series allows you to enjoy concerts from your own individual tailgating zone.
Safety is our top priority, and each event will comply with all health and safety standards per local jurisdictions and state regulations in order to protect fans, artists, crews and staff.
Let’s get back to live music… safely and responsibly!
How It Works
Missing live music? Then grab your friends and join us for a weekend of music you’ll never forget. Live From The Drive-In is a reimagined live experience with artists performing full sets with large LED screens and speakers throughout the event so you can enjoy the show from any location on the lot.
One ticket per vehicle gets you and your friends your own:
Personal Tailgate Zone
Enjoy the concert in your own private individual tailgating zone - about the size of a 2 car garage. You can bring your own chairs, food and drinks to party and truly make the experience unique to you. A simple menu of food items and non-alcoholic beverages will also be available for purchase.
Grills, BBQ pits, open fires, tents and the like are not permitted.
Underage or excessive drinking will not be tolerated and we insist that you drink responsibly. If your party is consuming alcoholic beverages, please plan to have a designated driver.
Enjoy the music
The safety of fans, artists, crews and staff is our top priority. Our drive-in shows were designed to maximize social distancing, and every event will meet all local health and safety standards, as well as state regulations.
Concert goers are not required to wear masks while in their assigned tailgate area, however, masks will be required if leaving your space to use the restroom facilities. Please check back and look out for pre-show communication via email and social as this information is subject to change.
Each restroom unit is equipped with hand sanitizer. Hand sanitizers will also be available at multiple placements around the parking lot. Cleaning staff will also be sanitizing high-touch areas before, during and after the show, with increased frequency throughout the concerts.
What Can I Bring?
|Gate Policy||Allowed - YES/NO|
|Alcohol (strictly 21+)||YES|
|Blankets / Tarps (within designated tailgate zone)||YES|
|Cameras - detachable zoom lens||NO|
|Cameras - small / domestic||YES|
|Coolers - large / hard sides||YES|
|Coolers - small / soft sides||YES|
|Grills not permitted – please bring prepared food||NO|
|Pets of any kind||NO|
|Firearms / Weapons / Knives||NO|
Please pay attention to all exit announcements as well as the instruction from parking attendants at the end of the show. This will allow everyone to get out efficiently and in a timely manner.
Check back frequently as answers are subject to change to adhere to local guidelines.
- Are these live, in-person concerts?
- How many tickets do I need to purchase?
- Can I transfer tickets to a friend?
- Can I buy tickets on-site?
- What does it mean to purchase a reserved space and what will that look like?
- Can I watch the show outside of my vehicle?
- Does everyone in a vehicle need a ticket?
- How many people are permitted per vehicle?
- Can I bring a large vehicle?
- Are spaces reserved or general admission?
- How are spaces assigned?
- Are ADA spaces available?
- Can I bring my own food and beverage?
- Will food and beverage be provided on-site?
- Am I required to wear a mask while attending the show?
- Will restrooms be provided?
- How will I see & hear the show?
- What health and safety protocols are in place for your staff?
- How do I access Citi Presale?
We have taken enhanced health and safety measures for you, our artists, and employees. You must follow all posted instructions while attending Live From The Drive-In concerts.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and guest with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.
By attending Live From The Drive-In concerts you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
Help keep each other healthy.