Steel Panther has revealed the dates of their new event by sharing a new post on the official Instagram account and excited the community while warning them about the coronavirus.

Due to the global pandemic, most of the bands couldn’t meet with the audience, and Steel Panther was one of them. However, it seems like the band found a new solution to this problem.

The band announced that they will be on the stage in September, but the fans could not watch them with their bare eyes. They will be playing from another place live, and the stream will be showing their live performances at drive-in movie theaters.

Also, Steel Panther warned the fans to follow the social distancing rules and wanted from the fans to put masks on their faces during the event. In this way, the band showed that they care about the public health while making such a great event.

Here is the official statement from Steel Panther:

“New dates! Announcing the Fast Cars & Loud Guitars Tour Live at the Drive-In! In order to keep you socially and sexually distant, we’ll be performing live on stage, broadcasting the performance on the movie screen with the audio available via an outdoor PA system as well as in everyone’s car! Tickets are on sale now at!

SEPT 11: Pittsburgh, PA – Starlight Drive-In
SEPT 12: Scranton, PA – Circle Drive-In

Unfortunately, the local government has informed us that it is totally illegal to attend this concert naked. They blamed COVID; so please still wear a mask when you’re around strangers!”

You can check out the post below.