Northlands Announces New Shows

Article Contributed by HEARD Strategy | Published on Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Northlands, formerly known as Drive-In Live, has announced another round of performances as its concert calendar for 2021 fills up. All performances begin at 6:30pm with gates opening at 5:00pm.

The Machine Performs Pink Floyd

Friday, June 4th

Indigo Girls

Saturday, June 12th (tickets on sale Friday, 4/9 at 10AM)

Kip Moore

Saturday, June 19th (tickets on sale Friday, 4/9 at 10AM)

Recycled Percussion

Saturday, June 26th

Previously announced performances include Twiddle (5/14), Smith & Myers (5/15), Pink Talking Fish & Neighbor (5/21), Dinosaur Jr. (5/22), Jake Owen (5/28), Aaron Lewis (5/29), Goose (6/11), The Allman Betts Band (6/18), and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong (7/16).

Located just over the Massachusetts border, Northlands plans to present shows from May to September in the beautiful setting of Cheshire Fairgrounds in Swanzey, New Hampshire. All attendees will be grouped in ‘pods.’ Each ticket purchase will be for a 10’ x 10’ pod for up to five people (a sixth person may be added for an additional fee). All pods are spaced at least six feet apart to meet CDC guidelines. Attendees will park in adjacent lots and then walk to one of two audience entrances. With the implementation of the pods system, new policies have been created regarding bags, alcohol, allowed/prohibited items, and general security. All guidelines set by the State of New Hampshire will be strictly enforced.

More information, tickets, and guidelines can be found online at Northlands is produced by M.E. Productions.