Horsham will host Victoria's first drive-in music concert for the "Art is..." festival on Saturday night featuring local artists.
Singer-songwriter Alice Skye said it will be her first show since the COVID-19 restrictions were implemented.
"I am intrigued to see what a drive-in concert will be like," Ms Skye said.
"It reminds me of a local football match when people sit in cars honking their horns.
"Performing live feels almost foreign to me because I haven't been able to do it for so long. I am excited to give people live music."
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The concert will feature Alice Skye with supporting artists Elizabeth and All the Kings Men, on Saturday 7.30pm at Maydale Reserve, Horsham Showgrounds.
Venue manager of Maydale Reserve Andrea Cross said the committee was inspired by Casey Donovan's performance at a drive-in concert in Sydney.
"There are other drive-in concerts scheduled around Victoria but Horsham will be the first," Mrs Cross said.
Patrons will watch the live music from the comfort of their cars, tuning into Triple H on 96.5FM and adhering to social distancing rules.
"Artists will be performing on a truck and it will essentially be like an outdoor studio," Mrs Cross said.
"We have had only three weeks to get the event up and running. We could see the restrictions were lifting and it was an opportunity for us to offer our community some entertainment."
Mrs Cross said they have organised marshals and parking attendants for the event.
"We currently have about 50 cars attending," Mrs Cross said.
"People will be strongly encouraged to stay in their cars, except for when they want to get hot jam donuts or coffee. The idea of the event is for people to relive their drive-in movie memories and listen to live music again."
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