Add Kane Brown to the list of performers stepping out of the box during the coronavirus pandemic to keep fans entertained.
The country star known for hits such as "Lose It" and "Homesick" has announced a Sept. 26 virtual performance that will be shown at more than 200 drive-ins and outdoor theaters across the US and Canada. The show was recorded live and has been edited to include an interview with Brown and other unique features.
Tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster at noon local time on Thursday. Early-bird tickets sold before Sept. 18 are $56 per vehicle. After that, the general admission prices jumps to $76 per vehicle. Up to six people are allowed in each vehicle.
Encore Live is producing the concert. That's the same company that did similar virtual performances with Metallica, Garth Brooks and Blake Shelton this summer.
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Participating theaters will have a number of safeguards in place to help decrease the chance of spreading COVID-19, according to Encore Live. Staffers will wear protective gear, restroom occupancy will be limited, vehicles will be kept at least 6 feet apart and only contactless payments will be accepted.
USA TODAY's Patrick Ryan attended a screening of the Metallica concert in August, calling it "surreal" with a vibe that was "easygoing and almost shockingly subdued."
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"Parking was staggered out so there was one parking space between you and your neighbor, and you could listen to the show through your FM radio or over the drive-in's faint, faraway speakers," he wrote. "Most people tailgated outside their vehicles, many with fold-up chairs and red Solo cups, while others opted to stand in empty parking spaces and nod along to the music."
The 16-song set ran for an hour and a half, with Metallica's members regularly asking fans to honk their horns and raise their phones.