As the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 continues, concert tours have been postponed or just canceled all together. It's hard to keep hundreds of concert goers at last 6 feet apart, so the world of artists are getting crafty with finding ways to get around it.

While most artists have taken to social media as a way to offer live concerts for their fans, some have taken other routes. The newest trend that country music stars are jumping at is performing for drive-in theater crowds. Alan Jackson was the first to start this trend offering his fans a "small town drive-in" concert.

As you may have heard, Garth Brooks will be presenting his own drive-in theater concert experience later this month.

This virtual concert, which is being called Garth Brooks: A Drive iI Concert Experience, is brought to you by Encore live, and will air June 27th, at over 300 drive-in theaters across the nation. Tickets will go on sale Friday, June 19 at 12:00 pm ET and can be purchased at are priced at $100 dollars per car load, with up to 6 people per vehicle.

Local Drive-in theaters that will be hosting Garth's Drive-in Experience

  • Skowhegan Drive-in - Skowhegan, Maine
  • Bangor Drive-in - Hermon, Maine
  • Pride's Corner Drive-in - Westbrook, Maine


Don't see a venue close to you?  There's no need to panic.  New theaters will continue to be added right up until tickets go on sale this Friday (June 19th).

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