With COVID-19 cancelling concerts and festivals, we bring to you...
The Driveway Tour 2020!
Whether it's a birthday, anniversary, graduation, or just because, you can now send your loved ones the gift of music.
How it works:
We perform a private half-hour concert from inside our van right to their front porch! We'll arrive a couple minutes early to get set up, so all they have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy their very own private concert by the Keynote Sisters.
Click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org to send us a booking request. Be sure to include the date, time and location of the concert.
**We abide by social distancing practices and we ask our recipients to do the same to ensure a safe musical experience for everyone.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much do you charge for a drive-up concert?
A: Because of the strange circumstances we are living under, we understand the virus is impacting each family differently. Therefore, our Driveway Tour is entirely fueled (no pun intended) on a pay-what-you-can basis. We ask people to respect the time and energy we put into making each of our drive-up concerts a personalized and memorable experience for the recipients. If this is your first time booking live music, feel free to inquire about a suggested donation for reference.
Q: How far do you travel?
A: Most of our concerts are in the Metro Detroit area. Send us a message with where you're looking to send a concert and we will see if we can make it work! Farther locations may require a minimum donation.
Q: I am sponsoring a drive-up concert—how do I make a payment?
A: To limit the exchange in person, electronic payment is preferred. PayPal: paypal.me/keynotesistersmusic or Venmo: @Keynote-Sisters
Q: What happens if it rains?
A: In the case of inclement weather, we are unable to perform as these concerts take place outdoors, where we can't risk water damage to instruments/sound equipment. But don't worry, you'll still get your concert! We will be in contact with the concert coordinator and reschedule for another date.
Q: Can I invite my friends and family to listen?
A: We do not encourage gathering for these drive-up concerts. These concerts are intended to be a safe, distanced alternative to crowded concert venues and festivals. We follow Governor Whitmer's executive order and adhere to social distancing measures, and we ask our concert recipients to do the same to ensure a safe, enjoyable music experience for everyone.
“The Keynote Sisters' drive-up concert has been the brightest day of our spring. They are absolutely fantastic! I highly recommend supporting live music and artists in this wonderful creative way.” - Allan Goetz, 20 Front Street