Drive-Invasion moves to Turner Field
Annual summer bash draws a 12-band rock 'n' roll lineup to accompany a triple creature feature at Turner Field.
- Jesse Phillips
The Drive-Invasion kicks off its 15th annual end of the summer extravaganza at the Turner Field Green Lot on Saturday, Sept. 6. The all-day festival will feature three B-movie and creature classics, Horror of Party Beach (1964), Jaws (1976), and Mad Doctor of Blood Island (1968), on a 40-foot projector screen.
The family-friendly celebration will honor the American drive-in film culture with a '70s beach theme, a vintage car show hosted by Garage 71 and Grease Inc., and a fully stacked rock 'n' roll lineup guaranteed to arouse any day-drunken stragglers. Bands will perform on two stages and include:
Ghost Riders Car Club
Jimmy & the Teasers
Dusty Booze & the Baby Haters
Andrew & the Disapyramids
Cletis & His City Cousins
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Tailgating is welcome, so feel free to bring your own grub to prepare on the 1,000-ft. grill zone, and pack your cooler to the brim with booze and other libations. Jim Stacys Food Truck Midway will also be dishing out gourmet carnival bites courtesy of Pallookaville and Pigmata vegetable plates and BBQ offerings. There will also be frozen treats from King of Pops, and Atomic Ice Cream Sandwich for attendees to feast on.