for KING & COUNTRY to Perform Live for Drive-In Concert in Louisville
Four-time GRAMMY award-winning Australian duo for KING & COUNTRY will return to The Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, KY to perform a live drive-in concert on Saturday, October 17 at 8 p.m.
Comprised of brothers Joel & Luke Smallbone, for KING & COUNTRY has four consecutive No. 1 hits now that “TOGETHER” (feat. Kirk Franklin & Tori Kelly) currently holds the top spot on both Billboard and Mediabase Christian Airplay charts. They have garnered six GRAMMY nominations, three Billboard Music Award Nominations, an American Music Award nomination, and their songs have been featured on the Emmys, Super Bowl, Sunday Night Football and other high-profile events.
Tickets are priced per vehicle, with up to six people per vehicle allowed. Tickets will be $200 per vehicle for VIP parking and $150 per vehicle for general admission parking plus service fees. All tickets must be purchased in advance of the show. Vehicles will be spaced apart from one another for physical distancing and parked in the corresponding ticket section based on the order in which they arrive. Gates open at 6 pm for venue parking. Tickets are available online at Ticketmaster.
FOR KING AND COUNTRY FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
WILL FOR KING & COUNTRY BE PERFORMING IN PERSON OR WILL IT BE A LIVE-STREAMED EVENT?
For King & Country will be performing in person for this concert.
HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE ALLOWED IN EACH CAR?
Tickets are sold per vehicle. The maximum number of guests per vehicle is six; vehicles must have a permanent seat belt for each attendee.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VIP AND GENERAL ADMISSION CONCERT TICKETS?
Tickets are sold per vehicle. The first three rows of parking spots closest to the stage will be sold as VIP tickets. VIP vehicles will be parked in the order they arrive within that area. VIP is sold out
The general admission concert tickets will allow vehicles to be parked in rows 4 and beyond in the order they arrive.
WHERE WILL THE LIVE CONCERT BE HELD AT?
The concert will be held in Lot J behind Broadbent Arena at the Kentucky Exposition Center. To locate the lot, view our parking map here.
HOW WILL CARS BE PARKED IN THE LOT?
Vehicles will be parked on a first-come, first-serve basis. Vehicles will be parked “socially distanced” where each vehicle will have the parking space to their left and right open. Each vehicle will be assigned one of the open areas next to their vehicle from which to enjoy the show.
Large SUVs, trucks and other large vehicles will be asked to park along the sides or towards the back to ensure sightlines for all attendees. All vehicles must fit into a standard parking space.
AM I ABLE TO GET OUT OF MY VEHICLE DURING THE CONCERT?
Yes! The concert can be enjoyed from inside your vehicle or you may bring a blanket or chair to enjoy the show from the assigned space next to your vehicle.
If visiting the concessions, merchandise area or portable restrooms, we ask that only one attendee per vehicle visit at a time to promote social distancing.
WHEN CAN I ARRIVE AND PARK FOR THE CONCERT?
The gates will open at 6pm for venue parking. Vehicles will be parked in the order they arrive, with the exception of larger vehicles that will be parked along the sides or towards the back to ensure good sight lines for all attendees. The live concert will begin at 8pm.
CAN I RESERVE A SPECIFIC PARKING SPACE?
No, vehicles will be parked in the order in which they arrive. The best way to guarantee a closer parking spot is with a VIP ticket.
CAN I BUY FOR KING & COUNTRY CONCERT MERCHANDISE?
Yes! Merchandise for the live concert will be sold and available onsite.
WILL CONCESSIONS BE AVAILABLE?
Yes! Concessions will be available on site. We ask that only one person per vehicle visit the concession stand at a time to promote social distancing.
ARE CARRY-INS ALLOWED?
No carry-ins or coolers will be allowed.
I HAVE A LARGE SUV, TRUCK OR OTHER LARGE VEHICLE. CAN I PARK UPFRONT?
Vehicles will be parked on a first-come, first-serve basis. Large SUVs, trucks and other large vehicles will be asked to park along the sides or towards the back to ensure sightlines for all attendees. All vehicles must fit into a standard parking spot.
WHAT IF IT RAINS?
Attendees enjoying the show from outside their vehicle are asked to be respectful of the view of attendees seated behind them and not bring tall items such as pop-up tents or umbrellas that may block the view of other attendees.
In the event of rain, attendees can view the performance from inside their vehicle and hear the sound through a designated FM channel. If the live concert begins and is ultimately shortened due to weather, refunds will not be available.
CAN I BRING MY ANIMAL WITH ME?
For the safety of our guests, pets are not permitted on site unless designated as a service animal by the ADA