Even though the province is days away from starting to reopen, it's still unclear just how long it'll take for big gatherings to get rolling again. One inventive festival has got around that, by organizing Canada's first ever drive-in festival. They say they're working with health authorities to make it as safe as can be.\nFrom Friday, August 28 to Sunday, August 30, Summerset Festival is planning to keep rolling in B.C. But this year, it's going to look a little different.\nAccording to their website, the "Summerset Benefit Concert" could look a lot like a traditional drive-in theatre. Attendees can book lots to park in, where they will be able to tail gate or hang out to watch from a safe distance.\n"Bring a chair, a blanket, or stand up and dance, all within your marked socially distanced plot with great stage views," organizers explained.\nIf you couldn't get a ticket, the whole festival will also be livestreamed.\nDetails are still getting filled in and health policy keeps shifting, so organizers haven't yet listed the location or exactly how many people will be allowed in.\nHowever, what is known is that the event will feature "an amazing lineup of performers, local entertainment, paired with great food and beer."\n"It’s the perfect way to cap off the summer and support your community," organizers added.\nNarcity reached out to Summerset Festival for comment. This article will be updated.\nOrganizers explained that one of their main goals for the festival is to support local musicians, many of whom have been put out work due to the global pandemic.\nView this post on Instagram Dear friends of Summerset, We are all living in a different world now, one which has significantly impacted our lives and our communities. The events, music, and arts sectors have been devastated as a result of thousands of events across the country being cancelled, postponed, or left hanging in limbo. It is no surprise that with all the talent inside its boundaries, British Columbia’s musical community has been hit exceptionally hard. While our guests and the public's safety is our number one priority, we know there are ways we can roll up our sleeves, dig in and help. And help we will. We see Summerset as having an opportunity to rally together and show our support by taking the initiative to raise funds for, specifically, those in BC’s music community who have suffered such tremendous, financial losses. The entire team at Summerset Music & Arts Festival and Red Door Events, would like to thank you for staying safe and for providing us all of the positive feedback you have during this uncertain time. We hear you, we appreciate you and we know you want to help, too. We can't wait to share details of our plans just as soon as, and if possible. . . . #summerset2020 #creativebc #bc #event #festival #musicfestival A post shared by Summerset Festival (@summersetfestivalca) on Apr 30, 2020 at 11:09am PDT\nAs for how many people are allowed per plot, "you may have as many people as seat belts in your vehicle," organizers wrote.\nYou can book either a two-person 11x11' plot or a four-person 15x15' plot.\nOrganizers say there'll also be plenty of handwashing stations and restrooms, as well as a sanitation team to scrub down surfaces. The whole event will also be cashless, with payments made only by card.\nView this post on Instagram THANK YOU @summersetfestivalca for having us! 🧡🤘🏼🙌🏽 We hope to feed everyone again next year. Awesome music and arts festival everyone should check out in beautiful @fortlangley 🧡🚌🧡 #yvr #yvrfoodie #foodieyvr #foodtruck #mexicanfoodtruck #eat_marimba #vancouver #vancouverbc #fortlangley #summersetfestivalca #eat_marimba A post shared by EatMarimba (@eat_marimba) on Sep 3, 2019 at 2:24pm PDT\nAccording to B.C.'s multiphase plan, concerts and large gathering events won't be allowed until the final phase, when vaccination, "community immunity," or effective treatments have been discovered.\nSince that won't be for quite a while, this festival may be the closest thing we have in the near future!\n*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.