CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) -- The Chicago Blackhawks will host drive-in watch parties for the Stanley Cup Qualifying Round to offer a safe and fun way for fans to cheer on the team together as they take on the Edmonton Oilers.
Blackhawks Drive-in Watch Parties will feature the television broadcast supported by elements of the home game experience, including a live national anthem performance by Jim Cornelison, live announcements and goal calls from in-arena public address announcer Gene Honda, goal celebrations, and more.
Upon arrival, attendees will be asked to tune in to a dedicated FM radio station to listen to game broadcast without delays.
Tickets are on sale now at Blackhawks.com/DriveIn. Advanced online purchase is required, as space is limited to ensure proper social distancing guidelines are followed.
According to the Blackhawks, lots will open one hour prior to game time, and all attendees are required to wear a mask during the arrival process and when leaving their vehicle. Social distancing and other COVID-19 health & safety protocols will be strictly enforced.
A limited number of restrooms will be available for use and guests who need to use the facilities must follow social distancing restrictions and instructional signs. Restroom use will be limited to one adult at a time. Small children may be accompanied by an adult. Handicap restrooms will be available, and all restrooms will be serviced regularly. Face masks are required when using restroom facilities.
According to the Blackhawks, concessions, including alcohol, will be available for purchase on site. The team asks that people do not bring outside food and beverage. There will be no tailgating allowed.
Please refer to the FAQ at Blackhawks.com/DriveIn for more information on these precautions and other event information.