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Chase Rice


Chris Hupe

Whatzup Features Writer

Published October 14, 2020

“Ready Set Roll!” The 13-24 Drive-In in Wabash is at it again, booking another great show in the midst of a pandemic. 

Rising country superstar Chase Rice will ride into town on Friday, Oct. 23, for a night full of music, hits, and down-home country fun. 

With more than two million albums sold and more than 1.5 billion streams, there’s no doubt Rice is already a huge star on his way to accomplishing even bigger things with new music on the horizon. The former Survivor contestant will perform acoustically during this special show, performing his hits “Gonna Wanna Tonight” and “Eyes On You.” He’ll also perform selections from his catalog and his latest releases, The Album Part I and The Album Part II, which spawned Rice’s latest Top 10 single “Lonely If You Are.” 

Operated by The Honeywell Foundation, the 13-24 Drive-In has adapted to the fast-changing music environment. It’s become one of the area’s premier music venues by allowing fans to see live music at a time when there are few places in the area equipped to do so. 

The experience offers more than a live, in-person concert because a live video is also projected to the movie screen for distant viewing. 

Ticket prices of $119, $179, $299, $349, and $399 are sold on a per-vehicle basis, allowing up to six guests per vehicle. Parking spots will be available in designated rows on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

Concessions will be available to purchase on site or they can be ordered via FanFood, an online concessions ordering app. 

Gates open at 6 p.m. and the concert begins at 8 p.m.

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