The Spaced-Out
the concert



Reviving Chicago's live experience industry.

Our mission to bring consciously creative experiences to the Chicagoland community continues in 2021 after celebrating 40+ successful live events in 2020. 







Health and safety


All attendees must wear a mask/facial covering when outside of any vehicle or designated space. Masks will be available for purchase at each event.​ A list of hygiene and sanitation recommendations will be sent to all attendees prior to each event and listed on the website.

A list of hygiene and sanitation recommendations will be sent to all attendees prior to each event and listed on the event’s website at​ Health and safety signage will be posted throughout the event, reminding attendees about the importance of hand hygiene, respiratory hygiene, and etiquette.

Social distancing is enforced


Attendees can dance in their designated spot only. We will allow a maximum of 6 attendees per space. Attendees will be asked to remain in their space when not using the restroom facilities. This area will be determined by receiving an assigned and numbered designated space. The empty spaces in-between groups are intended for a socially safe environment and will be enforced by staff and security.

Attendees who fail to follow safe distancing at the request of staff will be safely removed from the event. No refunds given.

Assigned Spaces


Every other assigned space will be left empty to promote and maintain social distancing. 

Assigned spaces are allotted on a first-come, first-serve basis for both preferred viewing and general admission. Due to the safety of our fans, if you arrive after the performance has already started, your position may not be a priority space.

Exiting the event


Please refrain from leaving the event before the event is over. If you must leave the event please inform the roaming safety attendants to coordinate the transportation of leaving the event.


Restroom facilities will be regularly cleaned and sanitized by a dedicated onsite cleaning crew.

Restroom bays will be placed at both ends of the event area to prevent attendee cross-over contact.

Each restroom bay will consist of standard restroom facilities with one ADA-accessible facility, dedicated sanitation team members, and hand sanitizing stations.

Ticketing rules and guidelines


Tickets will be pre-purchased online. No tickets will be sold on-site to limit interaction.​


Ticket Purchaser names will be collected at ticket purchase to assist with contact tracing, as needed.

Food and Beverages

Concessions will not be accessible by attendees. Attendees will use their smartphones to order concessions and artist merchandise. We will only accept electronic payments via QR coded receipts provided by staff. Once LSDI staff process payments, concessions and merchandise will be delivered directly to attendees' vehicles.​



Reach out to us via email at for any questions

about further accessibility. Your safety and comfort is our priority.


Lakeshore Drive-In

1362 S. Linn White Dr.

Chicago, IL 60605