Good news! As a result of the CDC’s new COVID guidelines Mental Health Greensboro is now able to offer individual tickets to our Stomp The Stigma Drive-In Concert featuring Russ Varnell & His Too Country Band and Michael Cosner & The Fugitives!
Concert goers are now able to either drive their car in and tailgate in their alloted 2 spaces at the Greensboro Coliseum OR purchase a ticket for one and enjoy the concert from a perch in their General Admission seat! We are happy to have ticket options that fit everyone’s concerns and needs!
General Admission tickets for seats by the stage are priced to move at just $12! Prefer to bring your family and friends to support our community event? Purchase a CAR ticket, and bring up to 4 adults. You’ll have two parking spaces to spread out in….one for your car and one for your tailgate party! Bring your lawnchairs and coolers with whatever beverage you like to enjoy the evening! Remember, kids under 16 get in free!
We are looking forward to our concert and fundraising event at 7 PM on June 12th at the Greensboro Coliseum! Your ticket purchase goes towards funding Mental Health Greensboro’s free mental health services! You’ll have a great time listening to fantastic music all while benefitting our community services!