Special to the Edmonton Herald-News
The Metcalfe County born band the Kentucky Headhunters have been rocking for over five decades, and in the wake of COVID-19, they have found an inventive way to keep on keeping on.
On September 12th the seasoned group is offering an all-American drive-in concert, billed as an “Evening with the Kentucky Headhunters”.
The show, hosted by the Glasgow-Barren County Tourism, will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the TJ Health Pavilion Parking Lot in Glasgow. The announcement was made last week.
The concert is being held in remembrance of the 9/11 attacks and will honor first responders.
There will be some rules for the drive-in event. For starters, motorcycles, ATVs, and trailers are prohibited; spaces can accommodate cars, trucks, and vans only. No glass bottles, alcoholic beverages, firearms or weapons are allowed.
There are also some COVID related restrictions.
Masks are required when not in vehicles, or in designated areas, and social distancing is a must.
The event crew and all involved will follow “healthy at work” guidelines.
Tickets are on sale now at GlasgowBarrenKY.com and are $20 per vehicle with a four-person limit per vehicle. Gates will open at 5:30 p.m., first come first serve parking.