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Drive-In Live! Concert - 4 • Sun Sep 27 2020

Drive-In Live! Concert - 4
27
September 2020
Clock Icon 6:00PM
Buy Tickets Only 20 Available
Parking Lot A
Premium Parking Standard Parking
Band A 60
Band B 50

Drive-in Concert Series

Alex & Erin

John Latini

Mike Talbot

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Gates open 5 pm; music begins 6 pm

One Ticket per Carload (up to 6 people)

 

Live music is back at The Mendel Center! This time we’re taking the fun outdoors onto the spacious grounds of Lake Michigan College where we can all socially distance and have a great time.

Here’s how it works. One ticket gets your carload of friends and family members (up to 6 people) into the lot on the Grand Upton Hall side of The Mendel Center. Park and get ready to enjoy the show from inside your vehicle by listening to the FM radio broadcast, or break out your lawn chairs and safely social distance with your group in your personal tailgate space.

 

Alex & Erin

Alex Holycross (The Native Howl) and Erin Zindle (Erin Zindle & The Ragbirds) have joined forces, from vastly different musical backgrounds, to perform as a new duo. Their fresh sound, dubbed ‘Outlaw Americana’, splices Alex’s heavier bluegrass/metal style with Erin’s sultry songwriter/world music influences. The guitar/fiddle driven performance showcases a new take on story-telling by drawing lyrical parallels between folklore and the current state of the world.

 

John Latini

New York native and longtime Michigan resident John Latini, a 3-time Detroit Blues Champion, is a dynamic performing force to be reckoned with. This engaging musician is a celebrated songwriter who connects with fans across many demographics. Latini’s muscular, rockin’ blues grabs you by the throat from the get-go and won’t let go.

 

Mike Talbot

Mike is considered a master vocalist, guitarist, and pianist, as well as a prolific and innovative songwriter. His performance history, spanning three decades and totally over 30,000 hours, includes a wide range of gigs, from local haunts to headlining concerts.

 

Safety First

The well-being of our fans, performers, crew, and staff is our first priority. The Drive-in Concert Series is set up to promote social distancing in accordance with governmental guidelines. We encourage you to stay within your assigned parking and tailgate spaces. Mask wearing is required when you leave that space. Each restroom is equipped with hand sanitizer.

While we have taken expanded safety measures, we need your cooperation help keep everyone as safe as possible. Please follow all posted instructions and adhere to the guidelines that have been put in place. An inherent risk of COVID-19 is present anywhere people gather. By attending the Drive-in Concert Series at The Mendel Center, you voluntarily assume all risks related to potential COVID-19 exposure.

 

What can I bring? What can I do?

Radio

Yes, you will need a radio with FM capability to hear the concert

Lawn chairs

Yes

Masks & face coverings

Yes

Cameras

Yes

Cans

Yes

Coolers

Yes, within your designated spaces

Food

Yes ~ make it a picnic. This is a BYO food and beverage event. But, please, no alcohol, no grilling, and no cooking on the premises.

Blankets & tarps

Yes, within your designated spaces

Alcohol

No, not permitted at this family friendly event

Tents

Yes, as space permits in the back two rows

Audio & video recording

No

Bottles

No ~ no glass containers permitted

Fireworks

No

Grills & other cooking devices

No

Smoking, vaping, & drugs

No ~ Lake Michigan College is a smoke-free, drug-free campus

Pets

No

Signs & banners

No

Weapons

No

Will the performance be projected onto a screen?

Yes

Will restrooms be available?

Yes. We ask that you practice social distancing when waiting in line for the portable restrooms.

 

Will water be available?

Yes, bottled water will be for sale for $2 per bottle. Net proceeds support the Berrien Community Foundation Arts Challenge.

 

How do I hear the concert?

Concert audio can be heard through your car’s FM radio or your portable radio.

 

Can I sit in the bed of my pickup, minivan, or SUV?

Yes, as long as you don’t block the view of other fans. Please keep hatches on minivans and SUVs at roof level when open by using a rope or bungee cord.

 

May I leave and come back

No

Can I bring a bus, RV, or motor home?

No

Will food and other beverages be available for purchase?

No, only bottled water.

May I stroll through the grounds and visit with other attendees?

We ask that you don’t. Please stay within your designated parking and tailgate spaces unless you are going to the restrooms or to purchase bottled water.

 

Can I run my vehicle during the performance?

No. Similar to drive-in theatres, you must keep your vehicle engine turned off during the performances. This is for the health and safety of all concert goers. You may turn your vehicle on between performances to run your air conditioner.

 

You will receive more specific information by email a few days before the concert.

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