Another drive-in concert is coming to Southern California! Just a few days ago we shared the upcoming drive-in concert featuring Los Lobos and Mariachi El Bronx. Now, Andrew McMahon will be joining the social distanced drive-in concerts with two performances at the City National Grove of Anaheim on July 10 and 11. The drive-in concert is all-ages and will celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the Jack’s Mannequin album Everything in Transit, which McMahon will play in full, along with songs from The Wilderness and Something Corporate.
“I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be performing 2 live shows at the City National Grove of Anaheim on July 10 and 11 to kick off Drive-In OC. In a time where shows are scarce, this is an opportunity for us to gather safely and celebrate live music under the stars. It also felt like the perfect time to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of “Everything In Transit”, which my band and I will be playing front-to-back, in addition to other favorite songs from The Wilderness and Something Corporate.” – Andrew McMahon
Tickets to Andrew McMahon at City National Grove of Anaheim go on sale Friday, June 19. Pre-sale will take place June 18. You can grab tickets here.
Editor’s note: June 19 is also a very important date known as Juneteenth. This day, especially in light of the Black Lives Matter revolution should be observed to celebrate Black people in the United States. Grimy Goods will be observing Juneteenth on June 19 and only sharing content from African American artists. We hope our music community realizes the importance of this day and what should and should not be promoted.
What Coronavirus Prevention Will Be Implemented at City National Grove of Anaheim’s Drive-In OC?
In an effort to promote a contactless experience, there will be no on-site box office; all tickets should be purchased in advance on AXS.com.
Outside food & beverage is not permitted on premises.
Vehicles are subject to search upon entry.
The driver must wear a face covering upon entry at the venue gate. Any individuals leaving their designated space during the performance are strongly recommended to wear a face-covering.
Editor’s note — Masks / face coverings should be mandatory anytime an individual leaves their designated space. Orange County has been careless with their cover-19 prevention – we go into more detail here.
If you need to use the restroom, please enter the virtual queue via Waitwhile. You can monitor your place in line and will be notified when it is your turn.
Face coverings are strongly recommended while on the way to & from the restroom. (Again, this SHOULD be mandatory)
All vehicles will be spaced 10 feet apart in a staggered fashion to achieve distancing and optimal sightlines.
Meal kits and snack boxes will be available for pre-order during your ticket purchase.