'Ladies in the Headlights' coming to Chandler for drive-in performances

Physical comediennes The Ladies are bringing their pop-up drive-in show, "Ladies in the Headlights," to Chandler, according to a news release. (Courtesy Michael Simon)
Physical comediennes The Ladies are bringing their pop-up drive-in show, "Ladies in the Headlights," to Chandler, according to a news release. (Courtesy Michael Simon)

Physical comediennes The Ladies are bringing their pop-up drive-in show, "Ladies in the Headlights," to Chandler, according to a news release. (Courtesy Michael Simon)

Physical comediennes The Ladies are bringing their pop-up drive-in show, "Ladies in the Headlights," to Chandler, according to a news release.

Performances will be held Aug. 7, 8, 14 and 15 with show times at 7:45 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. on Fridays and at 7:45 p.m., 8:15 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. on Saturdays.


As a co-production with the Chandler Center for the Arts, "Ladies in the Headlights" is a 15-minute drive-up pop-up performance designed for parking lots, according to the news release. Audience members reserve a parking spot, drive in, and watch The Ladies perform by the light of their high beams and to the soundtrack broadcast through their car radios.

The Ladies will be performing in some of Chandler's iconic locales with locations and directions disclosed to ticket holders 24 hours prior to the performance, according to the release. Participants should tune their car radios to 88.1 to hear the performance. Curbside food orders will be available to complete the live experience.

Tickets are $19.99 per car and are on sale beginning July 24 at www.wearetheladies.net.
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