For the most part, people seem to be behaving themselves at these drive-in shows, and Brit grunge-sters Bush are the latest to perform in front of a bunch of parked cars — first in Del Mar on Friday and then in Ventura on Saturday.
A press release reads: “The empty parking lots of each venue will be transformed into a pulsing theatre-in-the-round, complete with a massive stage, a state-of-the-art sound system that transmits the performance to each car’s FM radio, elaborate lighting and four massive LED video screens that will provide 360 degrees of visual entertainment. Tickets start at $99 per car and go on sale October 23 at 10 AM PT. One car pass accounts for all passengers within the vehicle. The number of passengers should not exceed the number of seatbelts. No more than eight people per car.”
The shows come as the band releases the deluxe edition of their The Kingdom album, so expect tunes from that.
Visit bushofficial.com for more info.
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