The series kicks off in Noblesville on July 10 with Yacht Rock Review and wraps up July 12 with Brad Paisely

Image Courtesy Ruoff Music Center
The series kicks off in Noblesville on July 10 with Yacht Rock Review and wraps up July 12 with Brad Paisely Image Courtesy Ruoff Music Center
Soon, young people will get to experience something their parents or grandparents grew up with – the drive-in.
Instead of movies, Live Nation and Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville are teaming up with venues in St. Louis and Nashville to present the first-ever U.S. drive-in concert series – Live From The Drive-In. Here in Noblesville, the drive-in kicks off on July 10 with Yacht Rock Review. That’s followed the next night with Jon Pardi and country and western superstar Brad Paisley wraps up the series on July 12.
Tickets went on sale Friday.
Live Nation is reimagining the live music experience during a time of social distancing by allowing fans to enjoy concerts in a one-of-a-kind drive-in setting from their own private tailgating zones next to their cars. Guests are allowed to bring chairs, food and drinks to party in their zone to personalize their experience. More details including event guidelines can be found at LiveNation.com/DriveIn.
“Around the world, we’re seeing a real eagerness from our fans and artists to safely get back to the concert experience,” said Tom See, President Live Nation Venues – US Concerts. “We are excited to unveil Live From The Drive-In – a completely unique outdoor concert series that will allow fans to enjoy live shows again, while socially distanced. We have an incredible line-up of artists like Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Nelly, Jon Pardi and more, who all share our vision to continue to create once-in-a-lifetime moments for fans and are excited to get back to live music through this reimagined experience.”
Tickets will be available to purchase per car, with a maximum of four people permitted per car. Please note in order to maintain social distancing, events will be limited capacity.
The event will comply with all health and safety standards per county and state regulations in order to protect fans, artists, crews and staff. This includes thorough sanitation throughout the event and hand-sanitizing stations will be available, along with a number of other preventive measures.