Skillet will be playing their Tailgate Series on Friday, October 9 and Saturday, October 10 at H-E-B Center in Cedar Park, Texas. The presale for Skillet’s first-ever Tailgate Series will be joined by Colton Dixon.
H-E-B Center, which opened in 2009, is the home to the Austin Spurs on the NBA G League and the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League. In the past, Skillet played at H-E-B Center when it was known as Cedar Park Center in 2012.
The concert will take place in the North Parking Lots, and doors will open at 6:00 pm central time. RVs and campers will not be permitted. However, food and beverage upgrades will be available. Fans can purchase a family pack, which includes water, soda, and candy, or other food and beverage package options for $40 apiece.
Single-stall restrooms will be available for fans. A mask will be required as you walk to and from your car and the restroom.
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How Much Are Skillet Drive-In Concert Tickets
The Platinum Drive-In Package, which includes a front lot general admission parking ticket, is currently available at $553 per car. The Gold Drive-In Package, which includes a back lot general admission parking ticket, is also available at $403 per vehicle.
On August 14, basic tickets will be released. These prices range from $200 per car for back lot tickets to $350 for front lot tickets, as Skillet fans will be very excited to see the band play Platinum hits like “Whispers in the Dark,” “Hero,” and “Monster” again in Cedar Park.More information about the concert series can be found on the H-E-B Center website.
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