BUCKLE UP: Hound’s Drive-In near Charlotte, N.C., filled up for the Marc Rebillet tour. (Courtesy HotBox) KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. — Murderous flamingos, a sexy take on stimulating the economy and taking live phone calls from the audience are all part of Marc Rebillet’s 2020 Drive-In Tour, pairing the electronic dance music artist with a vintage piece of Americana. The pandemic has shut down the live entertainment industry over the past four months. As acts, agents and promoters come up with temporary solutions, many have turned to the drive-in format to fill the venue role. It helps musicians stay active and generate revenue and gives music lovers cooped up indoors an opportunity to enjoy an outdoor concert from the protective confines of their cars. The trend has pop-up concerts taking place in parking lots at arenas and stadiums across the country, but a few artists are actually performing at drive-in theaters.… Continue Reading Drive-Ins: A ‘Loop Daddy’ Road Show for the COVID-19 Age

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