Andrew McMahon announces two special drive-in concerts in Anaheim at the City National Grove on July 10th and 11th. The all-ages shows will be in celebration of the 15th Anniversary of the Jack’s Mannequin album Everything in Transit, which he will play from start to finish plus other popular songs from The Wilderness and Something Corporate. Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 19th and can be purchased here: www.andrewmcmahon.com/tour/
“I’m thrilled to announce that I’ll be performing 2 live shows at the City National Grove of Anaheim on July 10 and 11 to kick off Drive-In OC. In a time where shows are scarce, this is an opportunity for us to gather safely and celebrate live music under the stars. It also felt like the perfect time to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of “Everything In Transit”, which my band and I will be playing front-to-back, in addition to other favorite songs from The Wilderness and Something Corporate.” – Andrew McMahon
The safety and wellness of guests and staff is the top priority for City National Grove of Anaheim’s Drive-In OC. Every aspect of the event has been engineered to provide the most contactless experience possible, including entry, ticketing, concessions, and restrooms. Nederlander Concerts is working closely with both Orange County and the City of Anaheim to ensure Drive-In OC meets or exceeds all recommended standards set forth by the CDC and State of California. Details about social-distancing guidelines and event details available at www.DriveInOC.com.
Everything in Transit was the critically acclaimed debut album for Jack’s Mannequin released in 2005. While recording the album, McMahon was diagnosed with Leukemia at age 22. He eventually made a full recovery and headed back on the road a few months after being in remission, which led to the lead single, “Dark Blue,” becoming certified Gold. He went on to release two more albums with Jack’s Mannequin before forming Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness whose debut album included the gold-certified single “Cecilia and the Satellite.” McMahon’s most recent album, Upside Down Flowers, was produced by Butch Walker (Pink, Weezer, Panic! At The Disco) and the single “Ohio,” reached Top 40 at Alternative radio. Prior to that 2017’s Zombies on Broadway yielded the two Top 5 alternative singles “Fire Escape” and “So Close” and its triumphant, sold-out Zombies in America Headline tour.