Drive-in show 'novelty' to kickstart gig return

James Hanley

Live music executives have welcomed the advent of drive-in concerts in the UK as a short-term fix in the absence of traditional shows.

With the usual summer season written off due to the pandemic, promoter Live Nation has gone on sale with Utilita Live From The Drive-In, a socially distanced concert series with capacity for 300 cars per show. Acts including Beverley Knight, Tom Grennan, Dizzee Rascal, Kaiser Chiefs, The Streets, Tony Hadley and Jack Savoretti will each headline nights ...

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