Jackson announces drive-in shows
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
– Alan Jackson will perform two shows next month in Alabama as he launches his first-ever "Small Town Drive-In" concerts,
Jackson will stage two shows - June 5 in Cullman on the open-field site of the long-running Rock the South festival and June 6 in Fairhope on the grounds of Oak Hollow Farm.
Jackson can play to an audience of approximately 2,000 parked vehicles. Both events will be staged in accordance with and while promoting CDC and Alabama state health guidelines regarding social distancing and other practices. Concertgoers will be required to stay with their vehicles. Concessions will be provided only via phone orders with delivery to vehicles.
Tickets go on sale Wednesday, May 27 at 11 a.m. eastern. General admission price per vehicle (up to two passengers) is $99.99; additional passenger tickets may be purchased for $39.99. A limited amount of VIP parking, closest to the stage, is available starting at $199.99.
A portion of all proceeds will go toward food relief efforts in the respective regions, which have been taxed more than usual due to current events and resulting economic circumstances.
Cory Farley, frequent performer at Jackson's AJ's Good Time Bar in downtown Nashville, will open.
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