Asheville, NC venue The Grey Eagle will present a pair of socially distant drive-in concerts by two of the most revered figures in the modern bluegrass world, Del McCoury and Sam Bush. The performances by the Sam Bush Band (September 20th) and Del McCoury Band (October 3rd) mark the first two installments in a series of off-site drive-in events being produced by The Grey Eagle at Maggie Valley Fairgrounds.

“We are grateful for the opportunity to start bringing live music back to Western North Carolina, and couldn’t be more proud of our internal team and outside collaborators who are making this all possible. We’re looking forward to having our long time friends Sam Bush and Del McCoury join us for what’s sure to be two very special evenings for our community,” noted venue owner Russ Keith in a press statement.

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The first two drive-in concerts presented by The Grey Eagle will take place just outside of Asheville in neighboring Maggie Valley, NC with limited parking available and a maximum vehicle occupancy of six guests. RVs, camper vans, and Sprinters are prohibited. Only vehicles with no more than four wheels and clearance of under eight feet will be allowed on site. An HD screen will be included side-stage for a heightened viewing experience, and audio from the show will be broadcasted live via an FM transmitter. Patrons may choose to enjoy the show from the comfort of their cars, or the designated individual viewing areas outside of their vehicles. Advance tickets are on sale now. For more information and to stay up to date on future drive-in show announcements, visit The Grey Eagle website.