Brown plans drive-in gig
Tuesday, September 8, 2020
– Encore Live presents Kane Brown as the latest music star to join the lineup of the concert series. Brown will air his new show on Sept. 26 at drive-in and outdoor theaters across the U.S. and Canada as part of the Encore Drive-In Nights series.
'We are so humbled by fans' response to Encore Drive-In Nights following the recent success of our Metallica and Blake Shelton events,' said Walter Kinzie, CEO of Encore Live. 'We are excited that Kane Brown, who is such a great artist, has joined our initiative. Our team has been working incredibly hard to provide people with fun and safe enjoyment this year, and so far, we've entertained more than 730,000 fans all over North America. Kane's upcoming show is further proof that people are really into the drive-in concert experience.'
Drive-in theaters hosting the concert will adhere to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended guidelines as well as all state and local health mandates. Staff will wear personal protective equipment and enforce at least six feet of space between cars. The series will also use contactless payment and ticketing systems and limit capacity in restrooms. Guidelines around concessions will be enforced to abide by individual state regulations.
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