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Tunes & Tailgates Fundraiser Rescheduled

Due to the latest provincial travel restrictions and COVID-19 concerns, the Tunes and Tailgates Drive-In Concert has been rescheduled to July 10, in Elk Point. The Annual Trail Ride event is still going ahead as planned on May 8, starting at 11 a.m.

Drive-In Events have been permitted in Alberta throughout the pandemic and considered safe because it is something many people can enjoy together with plenty of physical distance. However, with the latest COVID-19 concerns and travel restrictions out of British Columbia where the performers reside, it was decided to reschedule the event.

“While we are disappointed with the rescheduling of the event, the decision was made with the health and safety of all participants and the community at large as the top priority. And moving the event to July may bring more sunshine, and less COVID-19 restrictions. Either way, it is going to be a great event!” commented Sheila Moore, Morcomm PR & Events.  

While this decision comes at a time of collective uncertainty, 2nd Chance Trail Ride Society and Mussell Records take the safety and health of their guests, performers, volunteers, and community very seriously.

Rescheduling the event will enable the performers to safely travel out of province, and hopefully in the coming weeks we will see restrictions lift to provide the experience that our guests and partners deserve in a safe environment. All proceeds from the drive-in concert will support the 2nd Chance Trail Ride Society and their mission to raise awareness and continue supporting transplant patients through their journey.

Admission for the 2-hour show is $120 per vehicle, plus applicable fees, and taxes. Tickets are on sale at via Showpass. Full event information and FAQ’s are available at

Tunes and Tailgates Poster. Photo submitted


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