More acts confirmed for Live from the Drive-In Bristol, tickets on sale nowPosted on: 29 Jun 2020
A second wave of artists joins the Live from the Drive-In lineup at Filton Airfield.
Boyzlife, Brooklyn Zoo and KT Tunstall lead the new names added to the lineup for Live from the Drive-In concert series, set to be staged at the former Airfield in Filton this summer.
In response to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, Live Nation has unveiled a series of drive-in concerts which will tour the UK this summer.
Live from the Drive-In will see some of the biggest names in UK music perform with full concert production at socially-distanced events.
The first wave of acts announced included Mike Skinner and The Streets, Dizzee Rascal and The Zutons.
Over the weekend, a new wave of acts for the Bristol series was revealed, including Boyzlife, hip-hop ravers Brooklyn Zoo and Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall.
Rapper M Huncho, Glastonbury rock outfit Reef featuring Andy Taylor and indie pop musician Tom Grennan have also signed up.
There's also been an extra gig added for acoustic singer Jack Savoretti, on Wednesday 9 September.
Tickets are on sale now. Get yours here. Tickets for Boyzlife on sale Friday 3 July at 08:00.
Boyzlife is a supergroup comprising of Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden, who previously appeared as members of '90s and '00s boybands Boyzone and Westlife.
As well as gigs, the series will also feature film screenings, comedy shows and family events.
Adding to the existing lineup, which features an interactive science event, Brainiac Live, Live Nation have announced details of West End theatre shows.
Theatre events include a Tina Turner tribute, What’s Love Got To Do With It? on Thursday 13 August and Whitney – Queen of the Night on Friday 4 September.
Complete with concert-quality sound, full lighting and LED screens, each event will have space to host around 300 cars.
In Bristol, the series will run from the end of July until the end of September at the former Airfield in Filton, with up to six live events per week.
At each event, attendees will be allocated a designated area to park, with space next to their vehicle to sit, stand and dance. Cars will be distanced from each other.
Check out the full Bristol schedule here.
Watch: Artists' impression of what to expect at Live from the Drive-In
When the series was announced, Peter Taylor, a Live Nation Promoter said:
“We are excited to bring Utilita Live from rhe Drive-In to fans across the UK.
"This outdoor concert series was created as a way to reimagine the live music experience during a time of social distancing by allowing fans to enjoy concerts in the safest way possible."
Photos: Live Nation
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