Garth Brooks and Encore Live are planning to hold a concert that will be shown live at drive-ins across the country on June 27th.
When first announced, Gatesville’s The Last Drive-In was listed as one of 300 possible venues for the concert. FOX44 News spoke to drive-in manager Natalie Palmer. She says they have not confirmed that the concert will be shown at the drive-in, but they have reached out to Encore Live for more information.
The country superstar announced plans for the June 27th concert Thursday morning.
Tickets will be $100 a vehicle and go on sale through Ticketmaster June 19th. at 11 a.m.
Brooks says streaming the concert to drive-ins allows him to play live music again while avoiding putting anyone in the audience at risk.