Deece Drive In Show


Deece Drive Inn Show!! July 24!

Featuring Matt Pudas, Gregg “Cheech” Hall and Drew Druckrey unplugged!

Deece Productions would like to announce the Deece Drive-in concert at MGV!! We have more than enough room for social distancing concerts at this beautiful venue tucked in West Salem, WI. We will have tickets for 40 vehicles with a 15-foot tailgating distance between each vehicle. Shows are 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. with gates opening at 4:30 p.m. Tickets are $40 per vehicle with up to four people. $50 for vehicle with 5 or more people. Tickets are not available at the gate, online sales only. Tickets payment options are online at
https://deeceproductions.com/product-category/tickets/

This is how we will all work together to make these concerts successful:

• Cars will check in via license plate number.

• We ask that you use a Designated Driver.

• Parking will be assigned on a first come first serve basis on
show day.

• We ask that attendee’s wear masks in all common areas
(check-in, bathrooms, etc.)

• All staff will be masked and using hand sanitizer between all
transactions.

• We will have more than enough porta-potties and hand
sanitizing stations set up all around the site.

• We ask that attendee’s practice social distancing & practice
hand washing measures.

• No carry in alcohol allowed. Alcohol will be for sale in cans at
the gate (make some cooler space and we can drop them right
in) and we will also have a beer cart option to have them
delivered to your site throughout the show via Venmo and
credit card only. No cash transactions. Cars will be given a
trash bag and a beer menu which will include a phone number
to text your orders. Staff will be hand sanitizing between ALL
transactions.
• No easy ups, no charcoal grills, no fires, and no dogs.

• Picnic food and non-alcoholic beverages are allowed.

• In the event of cancellation before the music starts for any
reason, we will refund all ticket purchases.

• We ask that people are packed up and out by 9:30 p.m.

This concert is a private event and a trial run to see if live music can be safe again. We ask that you don’t share it on your pages. We will do everything we can to ensure the safest possible concert experience given the difficult times we are living in. We are asking for everyone’s patience, understanding, support and cooperation. Anyone not respecting our rules and social distancing policies will be asked to leave. Let’s lead by example and get back to live music!

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