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Join us for a drive-in style concert with Escape Vehicle - A Tribute to Todd Nance on September 19th at 8pm. The entire 2nd set will be WSP and panic related covers. You may purchase reserved spaces or “Boxes” for up to 4 guests to occupy. We ask that you maintain 6 feet from other concert-goers in the adjacent Boxes! You are welcome to bring small umbrellas, chairs, and a small table to set up in your box. We will have servers going to each Box to keep you fed and hydrated!
Showtime will be from 8 pm-11 pm. Tickets (front row tickets $50 per space, second-row tickets are $35 and 3rd and 4th row are $25 per space. Again all spaces can accommodate up to 4 guests. Tickets will go on-sale August 24th at 12pm!
Parking: we will start parking at 7 pm and will continue to park until 7:50. Anyone arriving after 7:50 will be parked in the back.
We will enforce social distancing so please maintain 6 feet from all other Drive-in concert-goers at all times. Food and beverage will be available from FTE. Please no outside food or beverage and Ez-ups. You are welcome to bring a table and chairs to set in your box.
Escape Vehicle Bio:
With a musical styling that incorporates the sounds of Traffic, J.J. Cale, Drivin’ n’ Cryin’, Widespread Panic, Grateful Dead, and The Allman Brothers with just a touch of outlaw country, the members of Escape Vehicle have been brewing their batch of gritty, down-home, whiskey-drenched rock n’ roll in and around the southeastern United States since 2001. Their solid reputation as a soulful, hard-working band with honest tunes and a fanbase that’s always looking to hit the dance floor makes for a raucous live experience that leaves both newcomers and diehards screaming for more. Having shared the stage with the likes of Col. Bruce Hampton, Jeff Mosier, Count M’butu, Railroad Earth, Bloodkin, Particle, Tea Leaf Green, Blueground Undergrass, Outformation/The Sam Holt Band, Tinsley Ellis, and Coy Bowles & the Fellowship (of the Zac Brown Band), the Vehicle prides itself on its professionalism and high caliber musicianship. This band thrives and survives in a live setting in collaboration with a willing audience. With one studio release under our belt and another album of originals slated for a spring 2014 release, we invite you to come out to our next show so that our music can speak for itself.