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Nightflix announces UK’s first drive-in live music festival

Tony Skingle is Elvis
Tony Skingle is Elvis

The full festival line-up has now been announced and has been curated with some of the best tribute acts the UK has to offer, across multiple music genres, so there really is something for everyone. With one act taking centre stage every evening, it is going to be tough for you to choose.

The acts include: The Kopycat Killers (The Killers), Tony Skingle (Elvis Presley), Complete Madness (Madness), Fu Fighters (Foo Fighters), Rule The World (Take That), Tom Seals (Billy Joel), Sensation (Abba), and Elite Elton (Elton John).

How is it all going to work?

As a drive-in event, Nightflix asks all guests to consult government guidelines about who you are allowed to bring in your car. But the great news is that the ticket price is per car, so whether you come along with one, two or even four people, there are no surcharges if you suddenly become popular!

Spaces are being allocated so there will be enough room to get out of the car to stretch your legs, sing along, dance and soak up the atmosphere of the evening.

The event will also have plenty of food and drink choices for people to purchase on-site, including some tasty mocktails for the evening, as the event will not be serving any alcohol so as not to advocate drink driving.

Summer music is back

Marketing manager, Alison Hogarth said: “We wanted to offer people something a little bit different to bring some joy to life after lockdown, and with many drive-in cinemas already popping up around the country, we wondered how we could fill the void created by the cancellation of many summer events, and so Nightflix Drive-in Festival was born!”

Nightflix festival logo“We already hold successful drive-in cinema screenings so are confident we can put on some great shows, but we are also aware that there may be some concern around social distancing. That is why the Drive-in Festival has been created as a safe space, for music fans across the country who have had their summer festival plans cancelled, to enjoy some amazing live acts in a new and special way.”

The Nightflix Drive-in Festival will take place at the Newark Showground, Nottinghamshire, between July 4 and 12, 2020…

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