As drive-in concerts emerged as the only viable option in 2020, promoters at Swanzey, NH’s Drive-In Live became early adopters of the new normal. When restrictions began to loosen and “pod” concerts became the standard, the establishment pivoted to Northlands and provided a consistent lineup of programming.

Now, with New Hampshire—as well as the rest of the country—opening up and teetering on the brink of normalcy, Northlands is once again leading the charge. On Tuesday, Northlands announced the introduction of “hybrid” seating models to future concerts, which will include a mix of GA and pods.

“As updated guidelines continue to be announced, we feel it’s important to adjust accordingly to provide the best experience we can to our fans,” Seth McNally, Executive Director of Northlands, said in a statement. “While we are not able to adjust all our shows to the ‘hybrid’ model, we are closely monitoring protocols to see how we can continue to elevate our concertgoer experience.”

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The first show to see the implementation of the hybrid seating model will be The Machine Performs Pink Floyd on Friday, June 4th. Northlands has a full slate of concerts heading into the summer with Badfish: Tribute to Sublime (6/5), a sold-out Goose show (6/11), The Indigo Girls (6/12), The Allman Betts Band (6/18), Kip Moore (6/19), and Recycled Percussion (6/26). Other recently announced summer concerts include moe. (7/3), Marshall Tucker Band (7/10), Pigeons Playing Ping Pong (7/16), Umphrey’s Mcgee (7/23 & 7/24), Get The Led Out (7/31), America (8/14), and Lee Brice (8/29).

For tickets and more information on the new hybrid seating system at Northlands in Swanzey, NH head to the venue’s website.