Which Artist Should Do a Drive-In Concert Next? Vote!

Pearl Jam
Danny Clinch

Pearl Jam

Drive-in concerts are all the rave now, but which touring artist would you rave to from inside your car if they put on a drive-in show?

Kesha would have embarked on her 2020 High Road Tour with Big Freedia had it not been for the coronavirus pandemic, but these two could raise hell from the road without ever leaving it. Similarly, Kenny Chesney pushed his NFL stadium Chillaxification Tour to 2021, apologizing to his heart-broken fans, "Sadly, we can’t find a way to make it safe, to navigate water that’s just not getting any clearer." But the country legend has a shot at navigating those waters by finding outdoor fields that are roughly the same size of NFL stadiums and letting the shows go on.

Pearl Jam ran into the same bump in the road when the band wanted to promote its eleventh studio album Gigaton, as did Alicia Keys, who not only postponed her ALICIA - The World Tour but also the release of her eponymous seventh studio album ALICIA because of the outbreak. Drive-in concerts might be the shortcuts their fans can count on.

So whose drive-in concert would you pull up to? Vote below!



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