For those seeking the thrill of live music, your day just got better. Headliners Music Hall announced their first ever socially distanced and seated parking lot concert. The three day event will take place October 23, 24 and 25 with each featuring a different band in the parking lot of the renown concert hall in what will be a one-of-a-kind event.

In a statement posted on the venue’s web-site: Headliners Music Hall is announcing our first-ever parking lot concert series. We will hold three nights of concerts on October 23, 24 and 25th. The club has been closed since the COVID-19 outbreak erupted in March, so we will be taking live music to the parking lot to have one weekend of live music before the colder weather comes. Fleetwood Mac tribute band, Back2Mac, will headline Friday, October 23, with alt indie-rock outfit Jaye Jayle’s Prisyn Album Release Party, out on Sargent Records, on October 24 and SMTN TO DO – A Pull Up Day Party closing out the weekend on October 25. Doors for all three shows will be at 5pm ET, with the show starting at 7pm.

Each band will select a charity organization to benefit from the concert. Headliners has chosen the National Independent Venue Alliance as their benefiting charity, as the series falls within Independent Venue Week 2020.

All three concerts will be fully seated with reduced capacity. The concert grounds will incorporate both Headliners and Distillery Commons Parking lot, offering ample room for socially-distanced tables that meet the recommended requirements. All tickets are sold by the four or six patron-capacity table. No individual tickets are for sale. All tickets must be purchased online, in advance of customers’ arrival to the venue. This will be a table service only and cashless event. All venue staff are required to wear masks and gloves. Masks are required for patrons at all times, except when consuming their delicious beverage. Fans will only be able to leave their tables to access the bathrooms located inside the venue. Bathroom capacity will also be limited and they will be cleaned regularly throughout the show.

A full list of safety guidelines and a checklist for guests to follow can be found below.

“We are equally stoked and quivering with terror at the thought of producing these shows. But the joy is bubbling over. Can’t stop the love! What is life without live music and a life without you?!? Winter is coming. Before it does, we want you to know we’re still here and we’re hanging in there. And most importantly, we want to see you having fun! So, we’ve spent a lot of time preparing and planning for a safe but quality run of shows. We feel we can do this right and, in the process, rekindle the fellowship of our local scene and raise some money for some worthy causes along the way,” – Billy Hardison.

Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, October 9 at noon and range between $60-$120 per table— $15-$20 per seat.

CLICK HERE for tickets to Back2Mac on October 24.

CLICK HERE for tickets to Jaye Jayle Prisyn Album Release Party October 25.

CLICK HERE for tickets to SMTN TO DO – A Pull Up Day Party on October 26 here.