Live music, food trucks and a show featuring skydiving and pyrotechnics are on tap at each location, which will be set up to allow for social distancing between carloads.
“We created an event that has a skydiving performance from a world-renowned, world record-holding team called team Fast Trax, and we included some live music because people love live music,” said Cheryl Dillin, chief brand officer of Dayton-based Dillin Corp., which is organizing the shows. “We included food trucks because people love food, and we engaged a third-party researcher to help us with our parking plan so that we could maximize the social distancing while in a tailgate style so that people wouldn’t have to sit in their cars, but could certainly sit behind their car and still fit safely with other cars around them.”
Admission is $35 per car, $50 for an SUV and $150 for RVs.
Visiting between cars will not be permitted, and groups are to be capped at 10.
All tickets will be purchased prior to the event and scanned touch-free, and proceeds are set to go to charity.