Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Trace Adkins will play drive-in theater concert, including Atlanta viewing

Taking a cue from Garth Brooks, Blake Shelton is the next artist who will perform a (pre-taped) drive-in experience at outdoor theaters.

Shelton will be joined by Gwen Stefani and Trace Adkins for his show, which will be presented on July 25. In Georgia, fans can pull in to the Starlite Drive-In in Atlanta, the Tiger Drive-In (in Tiger) and the Albany Civic Center (in Albany). 

Tickets are $114.99 per vehicle (up to 6 people) and will go on sale at noon July 14 at ticketmaster.com/encore-blakeshelton (where you can also see a list of participating theaters nationwide).

The show is being presented by production company Encore Live, which launched its drive-in series on June 27 with a special Garth Brooks “concert experience.”

In keeping with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention protocols, staff will wear personal protective equipment and enforce space of at least six feet between cars. Contactless payment, guidelines around concessions and limited capacity in restrooms will also be enforced. For a full list of safety procedures, visit encorenights.com

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Melissa Ruggieri

Melissa Ruggieri

Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff writer Melissa Ruggieri covers music and entertainment news for the AJC. She remembers when MTV was awesome.  

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