The Infamous Stringdusters will return to the stage for the first time since March with a drive-in concert at The Chinook Drive-In at Terry Bison Ranch in Cheyenne, WY on September 26th.

Since the onset of the pandemic, The Infamous Stringdusters have released the collaborative single “Cold Beverage” with G. Love. The song is a reimagined take on G. Love’s 1994 debut single, only this time with The Stringdusters’ signature bluegrass twang.

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The drive-in concert will feature both GA and VIP experiences, with GA patrons allotted four people per car and those in VIP allowed six people per car. All attendees will be required to wear masks when entering and exiting the grounds, as well as when going to the restrooms or getting refreshments. All GA concertgoers will also have a space adjacent to their vehicle from which to enjoy the concert. VIP ticketholders will have access to a private picnic table located close to the stage at an appropriate social distance.

“We’re getting the band back together!” bassist and vocalist Travis Book said. “After months of quarantine, social distancing, and avoiding travel, we’re getting the band back together in Colorado for this drive-in-concert (and more!).”

According to the band’s publicist, the reference to Colorado and the “(and more)” may indicate some future drive-in concerts. Tickets for The Infamous Stringdusters’ drive-in concert, as well as camping and hotel packages, are available to purchase here.