LAKE GEORGE — Twiddle is slated to headline Drive-In Jam Out at the festival commons at Charles R. Wood Park July 31-Aug. 1.
Hosted by the Adirondack Independence Music Festival, the event will feature two evenings of drive-in-style concerts, which have become popular this year due to safety restrictions surrounding COVID-19.
Twiddle, a Vermont-based jam band known for songs such as “Lost In The Cold” and “When It Rains It Pours,” will perform both nights of the event. The first evening will feature an opening performance by Dogs In A Pile, which blends psychedelia, jazz, funk and rock ‘n’ roll.
The following night, quartet Eggy will open the show. Influenced by the likes of Bruce Hornsby, Herbie Hancock and others, the band released its debut album, “Watercolor Days,” last year.
Tickets for Drive-In Jam Out start at $75 per car. There is a limit of five people per vehicle, with some tickets available for seven-passenger SUVs.
All attendees must wear masks when outside their vehicles. No outside food or drinks are allowed, though concessions will be sold on-site at Uncle Mitch’s Munchies.
Attendees are encouraged to decorate their vehicles with Christmas lights and other details, though organizers ask that the decorations not interrupt the sight lines of other vehicles.
Gates of the Charles R. Wood Commons open at 5:30 p.m. both nights, and performances kick off at 6:30 p.m. For information and a parking map, visit adkmusicfest.com.