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Aug. 23 marks the official 15-year anniversary of Jack’s Mannequin‘s Everything In Transit. In celebration of the anniversary, Andrew McMahon recently performed three drive-in concerts in Southern California.

Now, McMahon has announced that he’s taking his drive-in anniversary shows to the East Coast later this month.

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Last month, McMahon performed three drive-in concerts at the City National Grove of Anaheim. All three shows quickly sold out and led to McMahon selling over 4,000 tickets for a livestream of one of the performances.

Now, due to popular demand, McMahon is performing two more drive-in shows later this month. He is bringing his drive-in concert to Monmouth Park in New Jersey on Aug. 24 and 25.

The show is a continuation of the 15-year anniversary of Everything In Transit. For the concerts, McMahon is performing the entire album from start to finish. As well, he is including popular songs from Something Corporate and In The Wilderness.

Tickets for the Nederlander Concerts and The Basie Presents Drive-In Live shows go on sale this Friday, Aug. 7 and will be available to purchase here. For the events, there is a maximum number of four occupants per car. McMahon’s performances will also benefit the nonprofit Count Basie Center for the Arts.

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McMahon’s upcoming concerts will also follow state COVID-19 restrictions on social distancing, public gatherings and other health and safety procedures. For more information on the event, head here.

For those of you who missed out on the Everything In Transit drive-in livestream, you’re in luck. The performance is still available to watch on-demand. A portion of the proceeds for all streams is going to McMahon’s Dear Jack Foundation. The drive-in shows have already raised over $20,000 on behalf of the foundation.

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