It went around the world, as Mads Langer in april troppede up on a scene in Aarhus and played for quite a few cars.
Now traveling popsangeren the country around with the attention-grabbing concept.
Mads Langer is a part of the pride Drive In - Live, which is coming barely four weeks presents shows with, among others, Lars Lilholt, Phlake and Second in five of the kingdom's largest cities.
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And in coronakrisen miss danes apparently live entertainment in a degree, so they are willing to take it in a Toyota:
- It is generally really good with ticket sales. It's a new thing, and with a very short vent to sell tickets, just as it is a new and for most unknown experience. We know obviously, not all tickets are being sold, but the concept of Drive-Ins - Live is off to a good start, says promotion manager Heidi Degn from Live Nation, who is behind the unusual contrivance.
Mads Langer kickstarter Drive In - Live Wednesday night at Copenhagen Airport, which are reported sold out, with 600 cars.
the Audience has paid 600 dollars plus fee per car, and there may be a maximum of five persons in the car.
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unlike regular concerts will not be served alcohol.
Fans are encouraged to empty the bladder at home, as there are no toilets on the festival area, and it is forbidden to leave the car.
Live Nation calls in addition to, to fail to toot.
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Mads Langers appearance in Aarhus was featured in major international media such as the Los Angeles Times, Forbes, NME and the New York Post.
the BBC covers the concert on Wednesday evening. It makes the Extra Leaf also.
Mads Langers show for a few hundred cars at Tangkrogen in Aarhus. Photo: Mikkel Berg Pedersen/Ritzau Scanpix