“It has been truly amazing to see the impact of these drive-in theater concerts. Fans and theater owners alike have all told us how much this was needed in their communities, and how much they appreciate us being there, providing this message of hope through music” shares Dan Fife, Founder and President of Awakening Events.
The Fall Drive-In Theater Tour is set to begin on September 14 in Mountain View, Arkansas and will travel to other states like Ohio, Virginia, and Tennessee. That part of the tour is expected to end in Kings Mountain, North Carolina on October 11.
Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman, and Mac Powell will bring their tour to Aurora, Missouri on September 20 and is expected to visit 12 markets.
For Zach Williams and Big Daddy Weave, their tour begins on September 10 in Marion, Virginia. They will be up to visiting 28 markets before concluding with their final show on October 30 in Beaufort, South Carolina.
These tours are joining Casting Crowns, who are active on the Drive-In Theater Tour.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, tickets are being sold by the carload (up to 6 per car) and all event venues are complying with their respective local guidelines related to COVID-19.
For a full list of cities and dates for all the tours is available at awakeningevents.com. You can also find information by visiting driveintheatertour.com.
ATR News Chief Digital Editor Thomas Lineweaver contributed to this story