BYOC: Bring Your Own Car to These Drive-In Concerts!

As the live music industry struggles to adapt and overcome the mess of COVID-19, these bands are refusing to give up what they love most—performing live. Which means, of course, you get to do what you love most—go to live concerts!   Bring your own car, bring your own mask, and bring your own popcorn to these drive-in concerts in California and Arizona. 

October 1 - November 1: Aaron Lewis and Sully Erna

On the American Drive-In Tour from Danny Wimmer Presents, Aaron Lewis of Staind & Sully Erna of Godsmack are performing live together in an intimate acoustic setting. The concert is a socially distanced drive-in, and up to four patrons per vehicle. For $99 per car, get your tickets here.

October 23 - 25: The Beach Boys

As part of the Concerts In Your Car series, legendary surf rock band The Beach Boys will be performing in three different locations (Ventura, San Diego, and Arizona) with special guests John Stamos and Mark McGrath. The concert includes a visual light show, multimedia entertainment, and video screens—all from the comfort of your own vehicle! Prices range from $99 per vehicle to $249 per vehicle. To claim your tickets, simply go to the Concerts In Your Car website and click on the location you prefer!

November 13 -14: 311

Also part of the Concerts In Your Car series, American rock band 311 will be playing with their original lineup. They are playing in Phoenix, Arizona, and Ventura, California on the 13th and 14th of November, respectively. There are two shows each night: one at 5:30 PM, and one at 8:30 PM. Tickets start at $99 per car, and you can buy them on the Concerts In Your Car website.

November 20 - 21: Bush

British rock band Bush are celebrating their deluxe edition release of their newest album The Kingdom, and they want you to celebrate with them! On November 20, they are hosting a drive-in concert at the Del Mar Fairgrounds in Del Mar, California, and on November 21, they are playing at the Ventura County Fairgrounds in Ventura. With tickets starting at $99 per car, this is a concert you won’t want to miss. Find a location that works for you and get your tickets here.

Featured photo courtesy: Camilla Lundby

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