The Drag Drive-In is a drive-in style drag show series coming to Nashville this June. This socially-distanced event series celebrates community in a safe, first-of-its-kind setting. Shows will take place Fridays at 9 PM and Saturdays at 7 PM and 9 PM starting June 19, 2020.

Producers are transforming the parking lot of Studio615, located on Broadmoor Drive in Nashville to make Drag Drive-In a premium, live entertainment experience. Fully equipped with two stages, a live DJ, entertaining emcees, and multiple performers per show, attendees will enjoy a 75 minute concert from the comfort of their own vehicle. Safety is a top priority and compliance with all CDC, State of Tennessee, and Metro Nashville guidelines will be enforced during each show. In exceeding these guidelines, admittance is limited, adequately distanced vehicles per show with no more than five attendees per vehicle. No tickets will be sold at the gates, all tickets must be purchased in advance.

To ensure superlative sound quality, each show will be transmitted directly to FM radio, enabling attendees to tune in from their vehicles. Guests are encouraged to bring their own food and beverage, as there will not be concessions available for purchase onsite. With new performers and hosts each night, no Drag Drive-In show is the same! Drag Drive-In will be held at Studio615 on Fridays and Saturdays starting June 19, 2020.

Show times are at 7 PM on Fridays and 7 PM and 9 PM Saturdays. Tickets cost $99 per vehicle for up to 5 people, and include access to the show, commemorative poster, Tiff's Treats and other surprises Each show date and time requires a ticket specific to that event, which must be purchased in advance. Tickets will not be sold onsite. For more information and to purchase tickets visit www.dragdrivein.com. Follow Drag Drive in on social media at @dragdrivein.

Drag Drive In is a production of Good Neighbor Festivals and Events Hatched, two Nashville based festival and event teams focused on supporting the local community.

 

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