SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Having fun with a shared expertise collectively hasn’t been the identical since phrases like “social distancing” have turn out to be a part of our common vocabulary. However there are methods it could nonetheless occur; Christian band Casting Crowns was on stage enjoying a drive-in present in Sioux Falls on Friday night time, and so they supplied an instance.
“We’ve been doing this drive-in live performance for a number of months now, we’ve been everywhere in the nation, and you’ll inform that households actually wanted to get outdoors, and that they actually wanted to listen to some music dwell,” lead singer Mark Corridor stated.
In terms of concert events, you would possibly solely consider a automotive as a part of the street journey. However right here, it’s an integral a part of the present.
“They’re requested to remain the place they’d gotten their ticket, in order that they’ve acquired a spot the place they will park, after which the spot subsequent to them they will sit within the chairs in the event that they like,” stated Brad Peterson with radio station Life 96.5, which sponsored the live performance.
“Out right here to get pleasure from some music with mates and to hopefully strengthen our relationship with Jesus,” attendee Erin Matthiesen stated.
“What they get of their parking spot is that they get the spot for his or her automobile after which they will unfold out as a household of eight with household and mates,” Peterson stated.
Corridor can be a youth pastor.
“You’ve acquired the safeness that we’d like proper now, however you’ve additionally acquired the togetherness that we’d like, and we actually want that, man, individuals are just a little disjointed proper now,” Corridor stated.
And few issues can put somebody again collectively like dwell music.