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Will Drive-In Concerts Be The New Norm?

On July 25, 2020, the Drive-In Concert Series kicks off in College Park, Ga.  The entertainment group will be introducing a new concept of SAFE ENTERTAINMENT to the Metro Atlanta Area, which will be replicated across the country. The fresh new approach to LIVE entertainment while providing safety guidelines and measures is the goal of the Drive-In Concert Series. Today we are experiencing effects of a pandemic that our generation is ill-equip to properly handle until now.  The Drive-in Concert Series is a social distancing entertainment solution that adheres to all recommendations by the CDC, John Hopkins and World Health Organization. The concept creates a safe entertainment environment strictly adhering to the 6ft proximity guidelines, limiting person-to-person contact (i.e. a gathering) to 10 people or less in all areas of the event, and requiring masks if you leave your vehicle area. Post the global Covid-19 pandemic, it is the first event of its kind in Atlanta.

Taking place at the Georgia International Convention Center on July 25th at 7:30pm featuring award winning artists, Tony Terry, Algebra Bassett & Anthony David.  This concert is slated to not only be one of the most entertaining concerts for the summer but also one of the case studies that the nation will watch for safety guidelines for future gatherings. Safety is first and foremost to The Drive-In Concerts Series.  “We understand times are hard right now. Social distancing is critically necessary and a part of our “New Normal”. “But, we are social society…that NEEDS safe entertainment options. ” says Ryan M. Hill, Sr. – CEO, Timeless Brands USA. “We are begining to live the realty that some like Drive-In Concert is needed. Because if we do nothing, people absolutely will make unsafe entertainment choices. And these decisions can endanger us all.”.The safety protocols have been reviewed and approved by representatives at: John Hopkins University, United Healthcare, & The Georgia Governor’s office. The Drive-In Concert Series also has partnered with with CBS Environmental to provide infectious disease control recommendations and professional decontamination services. And they will only use EPA approved cleaning agents such as bioPURE® Services, proven to kill coronavirus, at all Drive-In Concerts.

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