Snoop Dogg and Nelly are set to headline a live concert in the Austin area later this month, but you'll need to sign a waiver before you go due to COVID-19.
The Hometown Heroes Drive In Concert is scheduled for Friday and Saturday, September 25th and 26th, at a location to be determined in the North Austin/Cedar Park area.
Billing itself as a socially distanced live music festival, Hometown Heroes will also happen simultaneously in Dallas and Lubbock.
Certain acts will perform live in one of the cities, while those performances will be streamed to the others.
In Austin, the live performers include Snoop Dogg, Nelly, and Randy Rogers.
Streamed performances will include Wade Bowen and Pat Green.
Those attending the festival must sign a COVID-19 waiver in order to be let in, saying that the person attending has not traveled to an area impacted by COVID-19 and understand the dangers of contracting it while at the festival.
Masks will also be required.
Tickets are sold per vehicle, with up to six people allowed per car. Each car will have a designated outdoor space where attendees can set up lawn chairs to watch the concert.
Tickets go on sale September 8th.