Alan Jackson is the latest high-profile artist to embrace the drive-in concert format which has gained traction in America since emerging in cities across Europe earlier this spring.

The country music veteran will host a pair of drive-in style concerts in Cullman, AL on June 5th and in Fairhope, AL on June 6th. The two performances being branded as “Small Town Drive-In” concerts will welcome 2,000 parked vehicles per show and will be staged in accordance with the CDC and state of Alabama’s social distancing health guidelines.

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According to the announcement on Jackson’s website, the June 5th event will take place in the open-field site where the long-running Rock the South Festival takes place in the town of Cullman, and the June 6th will take place on the grounds of Oak Hollow Farm. Fans hoping to attend will be required to stay inside their cars (obviously) and concessions will be provided by way of phone orders and food/drinks being delivered directly to the vehicles. Each show will feature an opening set from Cory Farley.

Fans hoping to attend one of the concerts can purchase a general admission ticket starting at $99.99 per vehicle (up to two passengers) with the option of paying $39.99 for an added third passenger. A limited amount of VIP passes which will include parking closest to the stage will also be available starting at $199.99. A portion of all proceeds from each Small Town Drive-In event will go to benefit food relief efforts in the respective regions.

Tickets for the two shows go on sale today (Wednesday, May 27th) at 11 a.m. PT/10 a.m. CT. Visit Jackson’s website for detailed info for the upcoming events.

Spafford made national headlines recently as the rock band hosted a live, ticketed performance at Digital Drive-In Mesa, AZ this past Sunday.