Skillet hitting the road again with Spring 2021 Drive-In Theater Tour

Popular rock band Skillet has announced their “Spring 2021 Drive-In Theater Tour” for the US, in which they will put on 21 concerts.

Skillet is back on road. They have announced their new tour including drive-in concerts in many different locations. All concerts will be held in compliance with the local pandemic rules, of course. Throughout 21 shows Skillet will hold, Jordan Feliz and Colton Dixton will be joining the veteran rockers. The tour will start on April 22 in Mitchell, Indiana, and conclude on May 23 in Chaffee, Missouri.

Jordan Feliz is a Christian folk/pop artist, while Colton Dixton is a singer and songwriter who also got seventh place on the eleventh season of American Idol. Both of the artists joining Skillet in their Spring 2021 Drive-In Theater Tour are Tennessee-based. We’ll see how they will perform alongside Skillet.

You can buy tickets for the tour here, starting March 12nd, 2021. Skillet has also announced that they will host an Instagram live stream and answer fans’ questions on the day the tickets start to be sold.

Skillet Spring 2021 Drive-In Theater Tour

Here are the dates and locations for the Spring 2021 tour of Skillet.

  • April 22 — Mitchell, Indiana. at Holiday Drive-In
  • April 23 — Knox, Indiana. at Melody Drive-In Theatre
  • April 24 — Middle Point, Ohio at Van-Del Drive-In
  • April 25 — Versailles, Indiana. at Bel-Air Drive-In
  • April 29 — Albertville, Alabama. at Sand Mountain Amphitheater
  • April 30 — Sparta, Tennessee. at Sparta Drive-in
  • May 01 — Marion, Virginia. at Park Place Drive-In Theater
  • May 02 — Athens, Tennessee. at Swingin’ Midway Drive-in
  • May 04 — Beaufort, South Carolina at Highway 21 Drive-in
  • May 05 — Albemarle, North Carolina at Badin Road Drive-In
  • May 06 — Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. at I-95 Drive-In at Roanoke Rapids Theatre
  • May 08 — Destin, Florida at Mattie Kelly Cultural Arts Village
  • May 13 — Guin, Alabama. at Blue Moon Drive-In
  • May 14—Bald Knob, Arkansas at Grayson Farms Amphitheater
  • May 15—Marshall, Arkansas at Kenda Drive-In Theater
  • May 16 — Fayetteville, Arkansas at 112 Drive-In
  • May 18 — Carthage, Missouri at 66 Drive-In
  • May 19 — Wichita, Kansas at Starlite Drive-In
  • May 20 — Tulsa, Oklahoma at Admiral Twin
  • May 22 — Cadet, Missouri at Starlite Drive-In
  • May 23 — Chaffee, Missouri @ Rock ‘N’ Roll Drive-In

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