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Utah Motorsports Campus to host 2-day drive-in electronic dance concert

Cars race in front of the main grandstands in the NASCAR Camping World Series West Miller Motorsports Park 125 race at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele Saturday. Deseret News archives

TOOELE — Utah Motorsports Campus will host a two-day electronic dance music concert on Sept 11 and 12.

The event — dubbed Roll’n Rave — will be staged similar to a drive-in movie, with each vehicle occupying a designated 20-by-18-foot area. Only vehicle occupants will be allowed in each vehicle’s designated area. The expected attendance will be 2,500 or 500 vehicles. Everyone — guests, staff, artists and crew — will have their temperatures checked prior to entering the facility, and those with temperatures over 99.9 degrees Fahrenheit will not be allowed access.

In addition, masks will be mandatory for everyone outside of a vehicle, all guests and staff will be required to maintain social distancing in public areas, and all high-traffic areas and surfaces, including restrooms, will be cleaned and sanitized hourly.

Gates will open at 2 p.m. each day, and tickets will be sold per vehicle, with a maximum of five people per vehicle. Prices range from $200 per vehicle per day up to $625 per vehicle per day for VIP access. Tickets can be purchased at ticketfairy.com/event/roll-n-rave-drive-in-sep2020/.

Artists scheduled to appear include Subtronics, Boogie T B2B Dirt Monkey, Squnto, Sodown, Sumthin Sumthin and Kumarion on Friday, and Riot Ten B2B Sullivan King, Wooli, Kai Wachi, G-Rex, Stuca and Sweet Teeth on Saturday.