An event being advertised as The first Drive-in festival of the Coronavirus era is taking place in Phoenix, Arizona, this coming weekend on May 29 and 30.

Promoters Relentless Beats say the two-night festival is “the ultimate middle finger to Coronavirus.”

The Road Rave is being hosted at Wild Horse Motorsports Park and will run from 7pm to 11pm each night. The capacity is limited to 500 cars, with a minimum of two people and maximum of eight per vehicle.

The website states: “The Road Rave is a drive-in concert with a social distanced experience in mind. The ongoing pandemic requires a new way of thinking of live entertainment.”

Attendees have been told to protect faces with masks through the duration, and social distancing rules will be mandatory, with guidance on when people will be allowed to exit their vehicles.

No alcohol will be served, but soft drinks and food will be there.

The first Drive-in festival of the Coronavirus era

Relentless Beats are promoting the event in collaboration with Carnage and Rare, the LA management agency who represent him.

The opening night will be headlined by Carnage, who also plays the second night alongside 4B and Valentino Khan’s Hulk Gang project, SAYMYNAME, PAZ and Dr Fresch playing back-to-back with Bijou.

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Tickets for May 30 are sold out, but there are still some available for May 29, ranging from $45 for a 1-2 person coupe in the back lot to $375 for a 6-8 person van/SUV in the front lot.

We think we’ll be seeing a lot more of these around the world, going forward.

A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Nicaragua-based ANF Coronavirus Relief Fund.

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The first Drive-in festival of the Coronavirus era

[Via: azcental]