Holler folk trio The Ghost of Paul Revere have announced their “Live At The Drive-In” concert series for July 2020. The string of dates will feature stops at drive-ins located in the Northeast in Rhode Island, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Full routing below. PRESS HERE for more info and to purchase tickets.
“We tested it, our community made it incredibly memorable, and now we are beyond excited to announce that we are taking it on the road! Sometimes, working within a limited palette yields an amazingly dynamic result, previously unimaginable – this last weekend’s run of drive-in shows was truly an example of that,” said The Ghost of Paul Revere’s Max Davis about looking forward to being back on the road. “We are overjoyed to be able to create music in the physical space again, are determined to make it as safe as possible for all included and are trying our hardest to get it to our communities outside of Maine. We know this is a difficult time for everyone but seeing the potential and possibility in this time is our only hope for progress forward, and we hope to make some positively unique memories with you!”
In order to comply with the CDC guidelines regarding social distancing, audience members will be asked to stay in their designated car area except when using the restroom or purchasing food and beverages. Fans are also asked to wear a mask and stay six feet apart from crowd members when they are outside of their cars.
The band recently wrapped up their “Live At The Drive-In” concert series at the Narrow Gauge Cinema in Farmington, ME. The four-day concert series also featured food and beverages from Mexican restaurant Uno Mas. In addition to the Maine dates of the “Live At The Drive-In” concert series, the band’s annual festival, Ghostland, celebrates the state’s natural beauty and sense of camaraderie with music and great food. This year’s Ghostland festival has been postponed to Labor Day Weekend, September 3rd and 4th, 2021, and will feature performances from The Ghost of Paul Revere, Deer Tick, The Mallett Brothers Band, and Bell Systems.