High Peaks Event Production has announced a series of double feature drive-in concerts. Set to take place at the Jericho Drive-In Theater in Glenmont, NY, the live performances will begin at 7 p.m. A special movie screening to follow at 9:15 p.m.
Jerry Garcia fans will rejoiced as The Garcia Project live performance on October 2nd at 7 p.m. Watch as the only nationally touring Jerry Garcia tribute celebrates the past 10 years of success. A special showing of the documentary film Festival Express follows. The 2003 film gave an undoubtedly insightful look at the 1970 train tour that featured rock musicians such as Grateful Dead.
On October 3, Zac Brown Tribute Band will perform prior to a showing of Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous. And on October 9, Classic Rock Legends of the Vietnam War will perform ahead of Oliver Stone’s The Doors. For the latter, all proceeds from this event will go to benefit Capital Region’s “Blue Star Mothers of America.”
The latest double feature announcements come after a successful turnout on September 18. A few hundred music fans turned out for the Pink Talking Fish and Richard Linklater’s Dazed and Confused.
While music fans have the chance to jam out, social distancing guidelines are to be enforced nonetheless. Attendees are required to stay within their group and face mask must be worn at all times outside the vehicle.
For more information or to purchase tickets visit www.jerichodrive-in.com.
Despite strict social distancing restrictions still in place drive – in concerts have become just another way many have been getting their concert fix. High Peaks Event Productions and the Jericho have adopted this new normal as well.
Over the summer High Peaks Event Production introduced NY Rock N Roots. Every Sunday artists from the local Saratoga Springs area performed live Rock N Roots Facebook. The 60 year old drive-in hosted a handful of special concerts this summer as well.
Oct. 2 – The Garcia Project / Bob Smeaton’s Festival Express
Oct. 3 – Zac Brown Tribute Band / Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous
Oct. 9 – Classic Rock Legends of the Vietnam War / Oliver Stone’s The Doors *all proceeds from this event will go to benefit Capital Regions “Blue Star Mothers of America”.