The Schaumburg Boomers continue their drive-in concert series at Wintrust Field this weekend with Beach Bunny and Bad Bad Hats performing on Friday and Local H on Saturday. The movie “Halloween” will be shown following Saturday’s performance.
Every ticket includes entry for up to six people per vehicle; no more than six will be allowed in any space at any time. Masks are required for entry into the venue and need to remain on during the show when outside of your vehicle; you may slide your mask down when eating and drinking. Concessions and limited merchandise will be available. Restrooms will be spaced evenly throughout the venue to encourage proper social distancing. You are required to remain in your space unless moving to and from the restrooms, concessions, or merch. Any violation of the rules and you will be asked to leave. Help us help you.
Friday, October 30
Beach Bunny with Bad Bad Hats
Limit 4 people per car. Each car will have their own “zone” located to the left side of their car. Masks are required for entry into the venue and need to remain on during the show when outside of your vehicle; you may slide your mask down when eating and drinking. Fans can set up chairs to the left side of their cars. Dancing is encouraged (to the left of your car)! Food, beverage, and alcohol are available for purchase onsite. Drink responsibly! RVs and oversized vehicles are unfortunately not allowed. All sales are final. There is no re-entry. Events will take place rain or shine.
Bad Bad Hats: 7:30pm
Beach Bunny: 8:30pm
Lot Opens: 6:00pm
SOLD OUT – Saturday, October 31
Local H followed by the movie “Halloween”
Halloween canceled? Not on our watch! In an effort to save the greatest night of the year, the ghouls in Local H will be bringing their legendary Double Door Halloween Nirvana show back from the dead for one last dance. The Chicago duo is bound for the drive-in (once again) at the Boomers Stadium parking lot in Schaumburg, Illinois for a special Halloween edition of Live From The Lot on October 31st. And that’s not all! Their performance will be followed by a special screening of John Carpenter’s classic horror film “Halloween” on the big screen. So dress up (and dress warm), keep your distance and wear both kinds of masks. This year, Halloween is… UNCANCELED!
Lot Opens: 5:30pm
John Carpenter’s “Halloween” follows the end of Local H’s performance
TIX: SOLD OUT