Greenville, S.C. (WSPA) The Greenville Cancer Survivors Park Alliance is celebrating Cancer Survivors Day on Sunday with a weekend full of events.
Rock the lot will be a drive-in concert to usher in the return to live music that will benefit cancer survivors. There will be two days of great concerts at 58 Watson Aviation Road at the Greenville downtown airport.
On Friday June 4 at 7:30 p.m., Yacht Rock Revue will play for anyone purchasing a ticket.
Buy a non-transferable ticket in two different price ranges assigned per vehicle, per night. You can bring up to six passengers. Children six years old and under are free, and do not count towards the six person headcount.
Purchase a parking spot for your vehicle and another to be able to spread out and tailgate at a socially distanced capacity. Organizer Kay Roper says you can bring your own chairs, decorations, food and nonalcoholic beverages to make the parking space year-round and unique.
No grills, barbecue pits, open fires, tents or RVs are permitted.
On Saturday, Houndmouth, and American alternative blues band from Indiana, will play beginning at 7:30 p.m. at the same location.
Tickets range by car for the whole zone up to six people. For Friday, tickets are $450 for tier 1, which is closer to the stage. Tier 2 is slightly farther away at $300.
Saturday night Tier 1 $300 and Tier 2 is $150