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    Guitarist Robby Krieger of The Doors to Perform at Concerts in Your Car

    Guitarist Robby Krieger of The Doors to Perform at Concerts in Your Car







    CBF Productions – Concerts in Your Car

    Rock Legend to perform at the Ventura County Fairgrounds on September 17th

    (Ventura, CA) – All summer, CBF Productions has worked to bring top notch entertainment to the scenic Ventura County Fairgrounds, where audiences can watch comfortably – and safely -from their parked cars.  As we move into fall, the music continues!
    On Thursday, September 17, Concerts in Your Car is pleased to present Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Robby Krieger.  A member of legendary rock band The Doors, he became the guitarist for the band in 1965, joining keyboard player Ray Manzarek, drummer John Densmore and vocalist Jim Morrison.
    Krieger’s fingerstyle approach to the electric guitar, his broad musical tastes – he was influenced by flamenco, folk, blues and jazz – and songwriting helped establish the Doors as a wildly successful rock band in the 1960s whose popularity has lasted through the decades.  He is responsible for the majority of the group’s songs, writing or co-writing many of The Doors’ songs, including the hits “Light My Fire“, “Love Me Two Times“, “Touch Me“, and “Love Her Madly“.
    The performance is scheduled for 8 pm on Thursday, September 17.  The Gates open at 6:30 pm and the show will include a visual light show, multi-media entertainment and over-sized video screens to maximize viewing.

    “Concerts in Your Cars has turned out to be the live entertainment hit of 2020,” said Vincenzo Giammanco, founder of CBF Productions. “Our goal was to bring exciting entertainment to the summer of 2020 and beyond, despite the pandemic. We plan on producing events offering a range of entertainment – straight into the holidays.”
    The events are designed to comply with all official restrictions. The combination of an extra high, theatre-in-the-round style, four-sided stage and four oversized screens ensures that every seat is the best seat in the house.  Sound is distributed to attendees via their car radios at 89.7 FM. Tickets are sold in advance and online only and are priced starting at $99 per car. Each ticket is valid for one car, and the number of passengers must not exceed the number of safety belts/seats in the vehicle
    While no food is available for purchase at the event, Concerts in Your Car has partnered with downtown Ventura restaurants that feature curbside pickup, with a list available here.  With the fairgrounds just three blocks from the Ventura downtown district where many beloved local restaurants are located, the concert provides a much-needed boost to local eateries.
    One of California’s largest traveling festival production companies, CBF has been producing a variety of adult and family-friendly events for over 12 years. From their legendary Boots & Brews Country Music Festivals to Tequila & Taco Festivals, Winter Wine Walks and more, CBF showcases the best craft breweries, wineries, and tequilas, combined with mouthwatering BBQ and local cuisine, alongside amazing entertainment.  Concerts in Your Car is bringing live entertainment to the Ventura County Fairgrounds, the Del Mar Fairgrounds and other venues by presenting include live concerts, movie nights, and other themes to keep greater L.A.’s concertgoers and families safely entertained this year.
    For more information about CBF Productions or to purchase tickets, please visit




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    1. They should pay us 99 bucks per car to show up and worship their cube. 10 bucks a person is all they should get. This price is outrageous. People are begging for their own chains by putting up with thugs who make all these dumb rules, you have to wear a mask in your car? There is a .0014% death rate from comorbidities in our community, nobody has died from Covid-19, they died from something else while testing positive! Fear has made everyone lose their sense of reason and logic, and lack of oxygen to the brain seals their mind off from methods of critical thinking. What are you getting for 99 bucks that you cannot get from your couch? Lights? The knowledge that other people are as desperate to see other people as you are? It is NOT worth 99 bucks per car. This company is greedy, taking advantage of thought challenged people in a crisis is dishonorable.


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