Thursday, July 29th, 2021

Two new shows announced at 13-24 Drive-In

Posted: Friday, March 26, 2021

Newly announced shows at the 13-24 Drive-In include Here Come the Mummies, on Thursday, May 20 and Firehouse, shown in photo, with Special Guest Kip Winger, on Saturday, May 22. Tickets go on sale Wednesday, March 31 at 10 a.m. Live shows at the 13-24 Drive-In are entertainment offerings provided by Honeywell Arts & Entertainment.

Here Come the Mummies will be held on Thursday, May 20 at 8:30 p.m. Some say that Here Come the Mummies were cursed by a great Pharaoh. Others say they are award-winning musicians that prefer to keep their identities under wraps. Regardless, their mysterious personas and unrelenting live show will bend your brain and melt your face. Tickets are sold on a per-vehicle basis allowing for admission of up to six guests. Price is determined by row at $99, $149, $199 and $279.

FireHouse with Special Guest Kip Winger will be held on Saturday, May 22 at 8:30 p.m. Rock legends FireHouse will play their 30th Anniversary Tour featuring their self-titled debut album in its entirety featuring hits “Don’t Treat Me Bad,” “All She Wrote” and “Love of a Lifetime.” This live, full-band, outdoor concert will include an exceptional 45-minute acoustic set from special guest Kip Winger, known for “Seventeen,” “Madalaine,” and “Headed for a Heartbreak.” Tickets are sold on a per-vehicle basis allowing for admission of up to six guests. Price is determined by row at $99, $149, $229, $279, and $399.

For the viewing benefit of all guests, no vehicles will be allowed in the first three rows and designated parking will be close by for those guests. In addition to live, in-person shows at the 13-24 Drive-In, a live concert feed will be projected onto the drive-in screen behind the music stage.

The 13-24 Drive-In concert lineup also includes The Allman Betts Band on Thursday, April 22, Chris Janson on Saturday, April 24, Casting Crowns on Friday, May 7, and Travis Tritt on Friday, May 21. Tickets to these shows can be found via HoneywellArts.org. For all media inquiries, contact Morgan Ellis at mellis@HoneywellFoundation.org or by calling (260) 274-1429.