Drive-in concerts coming to Huntersville

HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. — Charlotte-based concert promoter MaxxMusic has announced a series of “Cruise-In Concerts” that will be taking place at Rural Hill in Huntersville.

Acts announced so far include blues guitarist Tab Benoit, eight-piece funk band St. Paul and the Broken Bones and Americana acts such as the Allman Betts Band and Robert Earle Keen.

Show dates and ticket information is included below. Ticket prices vary depending on the viewing area location. Each ticket allows for up to four passengers. Additional passenger passes are also available for purchase.

Merchandise and concessions will be available through mobile ordering and will be delivered to your car.

Show schedule:

Tab Benoit and Samantha Fish - April 9 (tickets range $150-$300)

Robert Earl Keen - April 14 (tickets range $200-$350)

The Allman Betts Band - April 28 (tickets range $150-$300)

Mt. Joy with Briston Maroney - May 11 (tickets range $150-$300)

St. Paul and the Broken Bones - May 25 (tickets range $175-$325)

The Nielsen Trust (featuring Rick Nielsen) with Nick Perri & The Underground Thieves - June 6 (tickets range $175-$275)

The Wood Brothers - June 10 (tickets range $200-$350)

Eric Gales with Ana Popovic and Mike Zito - June 11 (tickets range $150-$250)

Shows will also be held at Orange County Speedway in Rougemont, North Carolina, and the drive-in area at the Berglund Center in Roanoke, Virginia.

For more information, go to maxxmusic.com.