Thursday, June 4, 2020

Drive-In St. Louis to Extend Two More Weeks

Drive-In St. Louis to Extend
Two More Weeks 

Largest Drive-In Concert Venue in America Adds More Bands

Who: Drive-In St. Louis  

What: Due to the positive public response, new Drive-In Concerts and Movies have been scheduled along and one new high school graduation event.  

When: Five new event dates added through mid-June. Tickets go on sale today, June 3, at noon at

Where: POWERplex – former St. Louis Mills Mall, Hazelwood, MO. 

How: Covid-19 Health restrictions are being met through social distancing as patrons at the events will have their own “party pods” next to their vehicles for the concert and movie nights.

With this weekend nearly sold out for Trixie Delight on Friday, and red-hot Blues artist, Jeremiah Johnson on Saturday, all eyes turn to the next two weeks. Today at noon, the tickets will go on-sale for five new concert dates: 

  • Thursday, June 11 - The Schwag, a Grateful Dead Experience, followed by a movie.

  • Friday, June 12 - will be an exciting private event with more information to come.
  • Saturday, June 13 -- the Steve Ewing Band (lead singer of The Urge). Special Guests Hounds will get the lot rockin’, followed by a film.

  • Thursday, June 18,-- Everett Dean and the Lonely Hearts will bring Elvis back to life with "Jailhouse Rock" as the movie to end the night. 

  • Friday, June 19, -- Boogie Chyld, a great 70s Disco and Funk dance band, with special guests Arionne followed by the movie, "House Party."

  • Saturday, June 20 – Brushville, one of the hottest country rock bands in the Midwest, comes to St. Louis with special guest Molly Lovett, a young and talented St. Louis country artist.
All tickets go on sale today at noon at 
For a full line-up of bands, movies and special events coming up, visit or follow the events on Facebook at POWERplexSTL.

In addition, Drive-In St. Louis has added another high school graduation date to the commencement line-up, as Incarnate Word Academy will celebrate their class of 2020. This graduating class will bring our total number of seniors crossing the stage up to 2,806. 
The overwhelming success of the largest Drive-In concert and movie venue in country, has prompted the promoters to extend another two weeks into mid-June. 

The great diversity of local and regional bands helped to sell out 6 of the 11 concerts and the weekday family nights during the week attracting an average of 300 cars. “The sense of community and getting back to a level of ‘normalcy’ was really incredible each and every night,” said Bill Fogarty of Fogarty Services, the lead production team on the concerts. At Saturday’s Super Jam sold out concert, the crowd was asked if they wanted to continue the concerts and movie nights. “The horns honked non-stop for a minute. I guess that’s the new standing ovation,” said Fogarty. 

General Admission parking passes each night are $40 per car in advance and $50 at the gate with a six person per-car limit.
Guests can reserve spots in the front two rows for $60 per car in advance and $70 at the gate.
Exclusive VIP Turfed Party Pods for eight people are available (15’ x 20’ area, plenty of room for social distancing) with Valet VIP parking, barbecue and snacks included and with private restrooms for $40 per person ($320 total).
All tickets can be purchased in advance at For more information call 314-528-2020 or 
The venue is located at 5555 St. Louis Mills Blvd., Hazelwood, MO 63042.

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