Yonder Mountain String Band Announces Drive-In Concert In Wyoming

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Yonder Mountain String Band are among the latest acts to embrace performing drive-in style to allow social distancing during the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The quintet will play such a show at the Terry Bison Ranch in Cheyenne, Wyoming on June 21.

The quintet — consisting of guitarist Adam Aijala, bassist Ben Kaufmann, banjo player Dave Johnston, Allie Kral on fiddle and multi-instrumentalist Nick Piccininni — last took the stage together on March 12th in Huntsville, Alabama. Yonder has since reunited remotely for a series of quarantine videos.

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Tickets for both cars and reserved tables are available now via Eventbrite. Concessions will be available for food and drinks at the “physical distance-friendly event” located 40 miles from Fort Collins and 80 miles from Denver. Fans looking at camp are asked to call the ranch at (307) 634-4171 to reserve space.

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