Garth Brooks fans will have a chance to watch a performance by the country superstar from the comfort of their cars.

The singer will host a concert event at 300 drive-in theaters across North America on Saturday, June 27, he announced on “Good Morning America” on Thursday. This includes the Garden Drive-In, 20 Route 11, Hunlock Creek.

Brooks and his band will not appear in person at the drive-ins. Rather, they will broadcast the performance, which was created exclusively for the theaters. The show will go on rain or shine. On “Good Morning America,” Brooks estimated each drive-in is expected to hold about 250 to 300 cars.

“We’re calling it social distancing partying,” Brooks said on “Good Morning America.” “This should be fun.”

Tickets go on sale Friday, June 19, and will cost $100, which accounts for one passenger car or SUV. For tickets, visit

Encore Live, the production company behind Brooks’ concert event, has partnered with health experts to create safety protocols which include maintaining at least six feet of distance between vehicles, using personal protective equipment by employees, limiting capacity in restrooms and relying on contactless payment and ticketing systems.