Night Ranger, The Struts, Steel Panther to play drive-in concerts this Fall

WANTAGH, NY – AUGUST 17: Night Ranger opens for Journey at Nikon at Jones Beach Theater on August 17, 2011 in Wantagh, New York. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/WireImage).

The live concert industry is changing as we speak! So we’re hearing more and more stories about artists, musicians, and comedians who are reinventing the business of performing in new, unique spaces. The latest are Night Ranger, The Struts, and Steel Panther all announcing that they’ll be bringing live, socially-distanced shows to drive-in movie theaters this fall! Night Ranger and The Struts begin in Pennsylvania (August 21st and 22nd). Steel Panther has shows in September. Will the shows happen? Or will those regions shut down before they get a chance to play? Guess only time will tell! Check out the full story from

Watch Night Ranger play “Sister Christian” in the Bone Lounge from 2016:

Here’s Night Ranger doing “Don’t Tell Me You Love Me”:

Remember when The Struts opened for GNR at AT&T Park in 2016?




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