For more than 20 years, All Good Presents has created memorable live shows and music festivals throughout the Northeast and beyond. Staying true to its roots, the independent promoter has announced new additions to its Frederick, MD Showtime at the Drive-In series.
Last month, All Good Presents announced its initial drive-in series at the Frederick Fairgrounds with a series of performances by Pigeons Playing Ping Pong on October 15th, Goose on October 19th, Grace Potter on October 21st, and two nights of Dark Star Orchestra October 30th and 31st.
With the demand for safe, socially-distanced shows, All Good Presents has announced additional shows for its October Showtime at the Drive-In series, including Hot Tuna on October 22nd, CloZee on October 23rd, The Disco Biscuits on October 25th, and a special third night of Dark Star Orchestra on November 1st.
Within a world where the concert industry is adapting to the global pandemic, safety is the main concern for both staff and attendees. In response, All Good has outlined detailed safety protocols within a ten-point bulleted list, including mask requirements for all guests and staff at all times when outside of their vehicles, contactless entry, hand sanitizer stations, and more.
Nationally focused but locally minded, All Good Presents has also partnered with Baltimore Soundstage and Showtime LLC, to present a state-of-the art live production featuring a line-array sound system, a stellar light show, and a massive 20’x 40’ LED IMAG video wall.
For tickets and complete show information, head here.
As an avid promoter of shows at The Anthem, 9:30 Club, Lincoln Theatre, The Hamilton, Rams Head Live, Baltimore Soundstage, The 8×10, U-Street Music Hall, Union Stage, Pearl St Warehouse, and more, All Good Presents urges fans to pay attention to the risk venues and the music industry face as a whole and help prevent further permanent closures.
“Some of these venues may not survive. All of us are hurting, all venues have been shut down for quite some time and their staff, the bands, and industry professionals are all affected and desperately need financial relief from the government,” All Good Presents founder Tim Walther said.
With the Save Our Stages Act heading to the Senate for review as part of the House of Representatives’ Heroes Act, now is the time for fans to support the music industry and voice your concern. For more information on the RESTART Act and Save Our Stages, head here.