Summer Drive In Series at TUPPS Brewery

TUPPS Brewery • 721 Anderson St. • McKinney, TX 75069

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Farewell Angelina | July 18

Farewell Angelina is an all-female country group featuring four powerhouse vocalists, dynamic songwriters and killer multi-instrumentalists. They have taken Nashville by storm with their magic blend of unique harmonies and a variety of stringed instruments, including two blazing violins. That enthusiasm is now spreading via word-of-mouth, social media and live shows that bring down the house.

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Hill Country | August 21

Texas-based Hill Country travels the borderland between musical genres, busting down the gates that separate country, bluegrass, folk and acoustic rock. You’re in for a night of 5-part harmonies on rock-solid original songs performed with expert skill.

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Cody Canada and The Departed | September 4

It’s been a quarter-century since Cody Canada of Cross Canadian Ragweed kicked off his career. A road warrior and prolific songwriter, Canada formed The Departed in 2011 as a nod to his former band’s glory days inspired by outlaw country icons.

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1. What safety precautions are being taken?

All CDC and State of Texas guidelines will be followed. We are working closely with Collin County and the City of McKinney to ensure this event meets or exceeds all recommended standards.

Each vehicle will have a 20’ x 20’ block of space. Upon arrival, you will be directed to park in a checkerboard pattern to facilitate the best possible experience for everyone attending.

MPAC Summer Drive-In Concert Series at TUPPS Brewery parking grid

We ask that all guests remain in their assigned block for the duration of the concert, though you are not required to remain in your vehicle. Portable chairs or a blanket on the ground inside your block are acceptable.

We ask that you bring masks with you for when you leave your block in order to visit the restrooms, brewery tent or food truck. Please use the marked driveways/pathways when you leave your space in order to practice safe social distancing, do not walk through another patron’s block.

Event staff will be wearing personal protective equipment as required by CDC guidelines.

2. How do I listen to the concert?

We will have a full regular concert setup with stage and speakers, as well as large screens on either side of the stage. In addition, the concert audio will also be transmitted via FM radio – the video screens will indicate which station you can tune into after you get parked and settled.

MPAC Summer Drive-In Concert Series at TUPPS Brewery parking layout

3. What kinds of vehicles are permitted?

Personal vehicles and trucks that fit in a single, standard parking space are welcome. Oversized vehicles such as RVs and trailers are not permitted.

4. If I don’t purchase a ticket online, can I purchase a ticket at the event?

All concerts are sold out, please call 214-544-4630 to be added to the waiting list. If we are unable to accommodate your request by 4 pm on the day of the concert, there will not be spaces available for purchase on-site.

5. Does my ticket purchase work for all event days?

Tickets are sold individually and as a package. Only a package purchase will guarantee admission to all three concerts in the series.


  • July 7 - 18 at noon | $120 per vehicle for all three concerts


  • Advance Tickets: $45 price per vehicle per concert
  • On-site Tickets: $55 per vehicle per concert

6. Will restrooms be available?

We ask that all fans minimize or eliminate the need to leave their car for any reason. A limited number of portable restrooms will be available for use at the back of the lot on the road alongside the brewery. Guests who need to use the facilities must follow social distancing restrictions and instructional signs.

7. What time should I arrive?

We will allow cars to park beginning at 7:30 p.m. The concert begins at 9 p.m. We suggest you arrive at least 45 minutes prior to showtime.

8. Are parking spaces assigned?

No. All tickets are General Admission. Spaces will not be assigned prior to arrival. Parking attendants will direct vehicles where to park. It is important that you follow their instructions in order to maintain proper distancing.
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You may bring portable chairs or a blanket to sit outside your vehicle within your assigned space, please mingle only with those people from your vehicle.

To ensure the best experience possible for all attendees, we will have a large video screen on each side of the stage.

9. What happens if it rains?

Your safety is our priority. In the event of inclement weather, event management may decide to delay the performance or make necessary arrangements to keep you, the artists, and our staff safe. Important updates will be communicated through downtown McKinney social media platforms.

10. What if I need assistance during the event?

Our event staff and security personnel are here to help. If you have a question or concern, please notify the nearest staff member and we will be glad to assist you. You may also call 469-396-9739 for assistance. If you experience an emergency situation during the event, please call 911 first and then notify the nearest staff member, all of whom are wearing yellow reflective safety vests.

11. Will merchandise be available for purchase?

We are working on this and will send out specific information about band merchandise prior to each concert.

12. Will someone be picking up trash?

While we will have staff on-site to assist in housekeeping efforts, we kindly ask that you take your trash with you and dispose of it at home in order to limit person-to-person contact and potential spreading of germs.

13. Can we bring our own food and drinks?

It is permitted, but we recommend utilizing the services and products provided by onsite vendors. 

14. Can I bring alcohol to the event?

Alcohol is permitted at the event for guests 21+. Please drink responsibly and abide by the following rules:

  • Do not operate your vehicle while drinking
  • Have a designated driver
  • Do not bring glass bottles
  • Dispose of any open containers in the waste cans provided on-site

15. Do I need to stay inside my vehicle?

We ask that all attendees stay inside their vehicles as much as possible. You will not be permitted to sit on the roof of your vehicle, but you are allowed folding chairs or blankets inside your assigned space. You may not sit so high as to obstruct the view of others. Please use common courtesy so everyone can enjoy the show.

16. Do I need to turn my headlights off?

Yes. Headlights should remain off throughout the event.

17. Can I leave the hatchback of my SUV open during the show?

Hatchbacks should be raised no higher than the top of your vehicle (level with your roof). If your hatch opens above your roofline, this blocks the view of others. You are responsible for keeping it lowered using a rope or a similar method. Hatchback lights can usually be turned off by using a pen or piece of metal to close the opened latch. To re-open the latch, just pull the lever. In order to maintain safe social distancing, we ask that you please remain inside your vehicle even with your vehicle’s hatchback open. 

18. Can we sit in a truck bed?

You may sit in a truck bed as long as no items extend above the truck’s roofline, blocking the view of others.

19. Can I leave my car running?

No. The Fire Marshal has advised us that no vehicles may be running after they are parked due to the fire hazard posed by the potential contact between dry mown grass and hot mufflers/exhaust systems.

20. How do I turn off the daytime running lights on my vehicle that stay on when I have it in accessory mode?

Every vehicle is different. Please consult the owner’s manual for your vehicle before arriving at the show. In many newer vehicles, you can disable daytime running lights by using this procedure: 

  • Place car in park or manually shift to neutral 
  • Turn off your engine and remove key
  • Set parking or emergency brake just enough to catch (not all the way)
  • Restart your car and the lights should stay off.

21. Can I roll my windows down during the show?

Absolutely, please use common courtesy if you are listening to the concert on your radio.

22. Can I smoke since the concert is outside?

Please avoid smoking at this event, especially in your assigned block, as it may disturb others in attendance.

23. Can I bring a camera?

Standard point-and-shoot cameras will be permitted. Cameras with detachable lenses, Go-Pros, or any other professional audio, video or digital recording devices are prohibited.

24. Can I bring my pet to the show? 

Pets are allowed if they stay inside your vehicle at all times. Pets will not be allowed in truck beds. There is no designated place for your pet to use the restroom at this event.

25. Is there anything we can’t bring or do?

Yes, the following items and activities are prohibited at this event:

  • Advertising, selling or promoting any third party product (including, but not limited to, food and beverage items)
  • Amplified sound systems
  • Disorderly conduct
  • Fireworks
  • Generators
  • Grills or fryers
  • Kerosene lamps or open flames of any kind
  • Laser pointers
  • Littering
  • Noisemakers
  • Tents, stand umbrellas and tarps
  • Use of drones
  • Wagons and strollers
  • Weapons

Please note that failure to follow these guidelines may result in ejection from the event.


Tupps Brewery, Rye. Craft. Food. & Drink, and Local Yocal BBQ & Grill will be set up on-site with a variety of food and drink items available for purchase.

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Rye Craft Food and Drink

Local Yocal Bar and Grill


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