Four-sided theatre in the round stage to wow country music lovers in Greater L.A. area
This month, Sublime With Rome, Rodney Atkins, Switchfoot and Tracy Lawerence are set to perform as part of the Concerts in Your Car summer series featuring a unique four-sided stage at the Ventura County Fairgrounds. The founders of SoCal favorites Boots & Brews Country Music Festival are excited to host Sublime With Rome for two shows on Friday, August 7th; Atkins and special guest Ross Ellis on Saturday, August 8th; Switchfoot on Saturday, August 15th; and Lawrence on Friday, August 21st. The Sublime With Rome shows start at 5:30 pm and 9:30 pm, with the others starting at 8 pm.
“Even with social distancing, we wanted to give people a way to get out, celebrate and have some fun!” states Vincenzo Giammanco, owner of CBF Productions. “Our team got creative and decided to develop a new type of experience that will bring excitement to the summer of 2020 despite the pandemic. We plan on producing events offering a range of entertainment – more announcements will follow soon.”
The events will offer room for 600 cars per show and are designed to comply with all official restrictions. The combination of an extra high, four-sided stage and five oversized screens will ensure that every seat is the best seat in the house. Sound will be distributed via FM radio with none being heard from the stage. Tickets are sold in advance and online only and are priced starting at $59 per car with up to five people per vehicle. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Food Share, Ventura County’s largest food bank.
While no food is available for purchase at the concert, attendees will be provided with a comprehensive list of downtown Ventura restaurants that feature curbside pickup. With the fairgrounds just three blocks from the Ventura downtown district where many beloved local restaurants are located, the concert will provide a much-needed boost to local eateries.
The concert is just one facet of this summer’s schedule with CBF Productions. Other evenings presented at the fairgrounds include both live and recorded concerts, movie nights, and other themes to keep greater L.A.’s concertgoers and families safely entertained this year.
Author: Buddy Iahn
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