GORD BAMFORD TO HEADLINE THE DRIVE IN FOR MENTAL HEALTH CONCERT SERIES PRESENTED BY ATB
Gord Bamford will be performing a Drive In Concert at the Grey Eagle Resort & Casino on July 18.
Tickets go on sale on June 26.
As the nationwide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA facilitates access to the resources people require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience, and support recovery from mental illness.
Breaking Free Foundation – Providing survivors of traumatic life events with the treatment and support needed to reclaim their lives.
GUESTS MUST ADHERE TO THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES:
Each vehicle may include a maximum of 4 people. People sharing a vehicle should be from the same household or cohort. Windows can be rolled down and convertibles can have rooftops open. No crowd participation permitted. People are asked to remain in their vehicles for the entire concert. People hanging outside of their windows or sunroofs will be instructed to stay inside their vehicles by security and MC’s or they will be instructed to leave.
No food and beverage sales will be available onsite. No giveaways or handouts onsite. Guests will be instructed to bring their own food and beverage to consume within their vehicle. Guests will be asked to take all their garbage with them when they leave the event.
No washrooms will be available on site – the show is designed to be short enough for most guest’s comfort.
Assigned parking spots will be clearly marked and distanced 2 metres apart. Drivers will be directed by a parking attendant/marshall upon arrival. Once parked, guests will be asked to turn off the ignition and avoid idling.
Smoking anything including; cigarettes, e-cigarettes and cannabis, vaping, illegal substances and consuming alcohol is strictly prohibited.
After the show, the event emcee will give verbal instructions to the attendees regarding exit/egress procedures. Guests will be instructed to be patient during this time and comply with instructions from event staff. Venue staff will direct vehicles that are exiting to ensure order. Attendees may leave the concert anytime during the show however re-entry will not be permitted.
In the event of an emergency, concert-goers are asked to follow all instructions displayed on the large video screens which will include a phone number to call.