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LIVE NATION BRINGS DRIVE-IN CONCERTS TO THE U.S.

Just days after announcing drive-in concerts in the U.K., Live Nation has booked a series of drive-in concerts in the U.S. with Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker and Nelly among the headliners.

Nine "Live from the Drive-In" shows will take place 7/10-12 in amphitheater parking lots in Nashville, Maryland Heights, Mo., and Noblesville, Ind. Paisley is playing all three shows; Rucker and Jon Pardi will perform at the parking lot for Nashville’s Nissan Stadium; and Nelly and a Pink Floyd tribute band, El Monstero, will play the St. Louis suburb of Maryland Heights. Yacht Rock Revue is also booked for Indiana.

The shows are being held in parking lots with a maximum of four people per car and two empty parking lot spaces between each vehicle. Presales start Tuesday; tickets will go on sale for the general public on Friday.

In an interview with the Associated Press, which broke the news, Live Nation Venues, U.S. Concerts President Tom See, said the company spent months working on the plan.

"We're really dialed in with partnerships with (the) local jurisdictions (and) we've been meeting with them for months, just talking about how we can provide a great, comfortable experience to fans with social distancing at the forefront in whatever phase they're about to enter,” See told the AP.

Here’s the full schedule

St. Louis, Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
7/10 – Brad Paisley
7/11 – El Monstero
7/12 – Nelly: 20th Anniversary Celebration of Country Grammar  

Nashville, Nissan Stadium
7/10 – Jon Pardi
7/11 – Brad Paisley
7/12 – Darius Rucker

Noblesville, Ind.,  Ruoff Music Center

7/10 – Yacht Rock Revue
7/11 – Jon Pardi
7/12 – Brad Paisley

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