Drive-in music festival coming to Orlando in June

Danish singer and songwriter Mads Langer preforms at a sold-out drive-in concert at Tangkrogen in Aarhus, Denmark on April 24, 2020. (Photo by Mikkel Berg Pedersen / Ritzau Scanpix / AFP) / Denmark OUT (Photo by MIKKEL BERG PEDERSEN/Ritzau Scanpix/AF

With so many musicians postponing and canceling concerts because of the coronavirus pandemic, you might think that the live music scene is over, at least for 2020.

Orlando-based DJ and producer Carnage isn’t going to let that happen. 

On June 6, several artists will come together for what they are calling North America’s first drive-in concert.

The four-hour "Road Rave" event will be held at the Central Florida Fairgrounds. 

“THE FIRST EVER NORTH AMERICAN FESTIVAL IN CORONA HISTORY!!!” Carnage wrote on the Facebook event page. “We will be taking safety percussions [precautions] to ensure everyone has a safe and fun night. Safety is my first objective with the #roadrave.”

The lineup includes performances by:

  • Carnage
  • Riot Ten
  • Blunts & Blondes
  • Nitti Gritti
  • Gravedgr

"Road Rave" will be a “full festival main stage production,” according to the event description. In order to maintain social distancing guidelines, capacity will be limited to 500 cars with a minimum of two people and a maximum of six people per vehicle.

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Masks are heavily encouraged to be worn at all times.

In addition, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the ANF Nicaragua COVID-19 relief fund. 

For ticket information, visit the