UPDATE (Wednesday, June 3): Alan Jackson has postponed his upcoming “Small Town Drive-In concerts in Cullman, Alabama and Fairhope, Alabama due to the threat of tropical weather on the Alabama coast.
Jackson’s June 5 performance in Cullman , Ala., will now take place next Friday, June 12. The Fairhope, Alabama concert will be held on Saturday, June 13.
According to the press release, “with potential tropical storm conditions in the forecast for the Alabama coast on Saturday, organizers determined it’s in the best interest of safety for fans and event staff that the Fairhope show be rescheduled. Given the unique nature of the staging and set up for these events, the Cullman concert is being rescheduled in conjunction with this decision.”
All purchased tickets will be honored at the rescheduled dates.
As the world begins to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic, Alan Jackson is making his way to the stage to launch his first-ever “Small Town Drive-In” concert—presented by Pepsi— for fans to enjoy some good ole country music during their quarantine.
Alan has announced two dates for the concerts on June June 5 in Cullman, Alabama and June 6 in Fairhope, Alabama. The event hopes to allow 2000 parked cars in to enjoy the show while abiding by the CDC health guidelines regarding social distancing.
Tickets for the concerts go on sale Wednesday, May 27 (10:00am CT) here. According to the press release, Tickets are priced per vehicle. Cars up to two occupants will go for $99.99; each additional passenger tickets may be purchased for $39.99. A limited amount of VIP parking, closest to the stage, is available starting at $199.99. A portion of the proceeds will go to food relief efforts in each city. All kids under 4 are free.
According to the website, Failure to follow social distancing protocols will cause the attendee to be forced to leave the show.
Late last year, Alan announced his plans for a tour in 2020 which kicked off on January 10 in Cincinnati, Ohio, making stops in Atlanta, Fort Worth, New Orleans, Salt Lake City and Denver. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tour was cut short. Alan is ready to get back to performing for his fans with this unique concert experience.