The “Rock The Lot” Cancer Awareness Drive-In Concert Is Happening On June 4-5

CB Caine, Fred Collins Foundation, and Wine House presents Greenville’s first annual “Rock the Lot” drive-in concerts.

“Rock the Lot” is a two-night drive-in concert event slated to take place at the Greenville Downtown Airport on June 4th and 5th.

The concert series is hosted by the Cancer Survivors Park Alliance to celebrate and commemorate individuals affected by cancer, just in time for National Cancer Survivors Day on June 6.

“After the past year, we’re thrilled to be out,” said Kay Roper, CSPA Executive Director. “We’re thrilled to be rocking the lot for cancer survivors all over the world!”

Tickets will be sold per carload for $300 to $450 and all proceeds will be used to promote cancer awareness funding.

Concert Dates:


  • Friday: Yacht Rock Revue, a tribute band to the easy-breezy soft rock of the 70’s + 80’s
  • Saturday: Houndmouth, an indie band that blends alt-country, indie + folk-rock (you may recognize their song Sedona)

Guests are allowed to bring food, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages. Chairs, blankets, and other items for a tailgate-style setup are also allowed. Tents, grills, and personal cooking equipment will not be permitted for safety reasons.

There will be on-site alcohol and food truck options that will be available via an ordering app. No outside alcohol allowed.

You can visit for additional information and purchase tickets.

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