While a Garth Brooks summer concert tour might usually take place in stadiums, this year it’s happening at drive-in movie theaters — more than 300 of them across the U.S.

That included the Admiral Twin Drive-In on June 27, where each truck or car paid $100 for the admission.

The concert event followed CDC and local and state health guidelines, including: “maintaining at least 6 feet of space between vehicles; the use of personal protective equipment by staff; leveraging contactless payment and ticketing systems; and limiting capacity in restrooms.”

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