The Ventura, CA show takes place June 12th
A megawatt “Summer Concert of the Season” is coming to the Ventura County Fairgrounds on Saturday, June 12th as Nelly, and special guest star Baby Bash, join the Concerts In Your Car 2021 line up.
Tickets start at $99 per car for up to four passengers, with additional passenger tickets available for purchase. The number of passengers must not exceed the number of safety belts/seats in the vehicle. Tickets are sold in advance and online only at concertsinyourcar.com.
All Concerts In Your Car events include a visual light show and multi-media entertainment. The combination of an extra high, theatre-in-the-round style, four-sided stage and four over-sized screens ensures that every seat is the best seat in the house. The events are designed to comply with all state and county restrictions. Sound comes from the stage like a traditional concert and can also be heard via car stereos on an FM station.
A savvy rapper with crossover appeal, Nelly has proven to be a huge hitmaker since 2000 when he debuted his solo album, Country Grammar, which spawned a smash single by the same name. A Grammy Award winner also known for such hits as “Ride wit Me”, “Dilemma”, “Hot in Herre”, “Just A Dream” and more, his decades long career boasts six consecutive Top 10 albums, platinum singles, and enthusiastically received collaborations. When the two-time Grammy Award winner isn’t creating hit songs with collaborators or on his own, Nelly ventures into film and television work.
Renowned rapper Baby Bash will join Nelly onstage. In 2003, Baby Bash’s first album with a major label, entitled Tha Smokin’ Nephew, went gold and produced his first certified hit with, “Suga Suga”. He followed it up with Super Saucy in 2005, which generated the hit single, “Baby, I’m Back.” He is known for his numerous collaborations and song writing for top tier talent, including his biggest hit and double platinum single, “Cyclone,” featuring T-Pain.
The Concerts in Your Car drive-in live music series began last summer by CBF Productions when large public gatherings were rendered unsafe by COVID-19.