Granger Smith, Lauren Alaina & Jimmie Allen to Join Kane Brown at Drive-In Concert Event on Sept. 26

Granger Smith, Lauren Alaina & Jimmie Allen to Join Kane Brown at Drive-In Concert Event on Sept. 26

Following the blueprint Garth Brooks and Encore Live created with his concert event that aired across more than 300 drive-in theaters in June, Kane Brown is taking his talents to the drive-in on Sept. 26.

Kane’s new, one-night-only concert, which was filmed exclusively for drive-in theaters across North America, is being presented by Encore Live in the next installment of its series—Encore Drive-In Nights—that has also featured Blake Shelton and Metallica.

Granger Smith will perform a full set before Kane’s show. In addition, Jimmie Allen, Lauren Alaina and Granger will join Kane as special guests during the show.

Tickets are on sale now.

To check venues near you, visit encorenights.com.

photo by Curtis Hilbun, AFF-USA.com

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