Shelton headlines drive-in concert
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Shelton headlines drive-in concert

Wednesday, July 8, 2020 – Blake Shelton will headline a drive-in concert on July 25th with guests Gwen Stefani and Trace Adkins.

The concert is being promoted by Encore Drive-In Nights, which is launching drive-in and outdoor theaters across the U.S. and Canada.

The concerts will be filmed exclusively for each one-night-only event,and include cinematic interviews and storytelling.

Tickets go on sale July 14 at ticketmaster.com/encore-blakeshelton.

The concert will be presented to fans, who will stay in their own vehicles. The promoter said it would fall CDC policies for health concerns in the wake of COVID-19.

"This is such a great way to enjoy music with your family and friends and stay safe," said Shelton. "I'm excited we're getting the chance to perform a concert for fans and we're going to go back and play old hits like "Austin," newer songs like "God's Country" and we might even introduce something brand new. So fill up those popcorn tubs and get ready for some country music."

Garth Brooks participated in a drive-in concert on June 27.

"After the overwhelming response to Garth Brooks' drive-in concert feature, we knew we had to launch Encore Drive-In Nights to provide music fans across the USA and Canada the chance to see their favorite artists in a cool new way," said Encore Live Founder and CEO Walter Kinzie. "We can't wait to bring music's biggest stars to outdoor movie screens all across North America so that people can get back out there again and safely enjoy engaging in-person experiences."

Each tickets will admit one passenger car, truck or SUV.


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