David Archuleta Is Coming to the Motor-Vu Drive-In

Live performances return to Idaho Falls this week

Published online: Sep 15, 2020 Articles
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Live concerts are back in Idaho Falls with the performance of David Archuleta at the Motor-Vu Drive-In on Friday, Sept. 19 at 8 p.m. General admission tickets are still available. Make sure to go ahead and purchase yours so your family and friends can load up by the carload to enjoy live music in a safe environment before the opportunity passes you by!

Tickets are sold one per a vehicle, which you are allowed to pack up to eight family members or friends into with seat belts. You’ll want to arrive early since parking is on a first come, first serve basis and this concert is sure to be packed. Purchase your ticket now at www.motorvu.us.

About David

At just 16 yrs old, David Archuleta became a star. In 2008 more than 30 million television viewers fell in love with his voice, making him runner-up in Season 7 of  “American Idol.”  His first single “Crush,” debuted at  #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, eventually going double platinum after selling more than 2 million digital copies, worldwide.

Since his return to music in 2014, David successfully began releasing music under his own indie label, Archie Music. Regularly selling out two domestic tours a year and with a total of nine studio albums under his belt, Archuleta now resides in Nashville where, in his downtime, he’s able to collaborate with other songwriters and musicians. His most recent album ‘Therapy Sessions,’ which Billboard magazine dubbed as his “most vulnerable music yet,” narrates Archuleta’s lifelong struggle with mental health.

“Whether it was fear, loss, dwelling on the past, or anxiety. There’s a constant battle going on because so much of my mind doesn’t want to budge. The songs are a sort of a back and forth within the inner dialogue I have with myself,” says David.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Archuleta was forced to postpone touring, however has since been rescheduled and will resume in 2021.

Safety Guidelines

The following guidelines will be followed to ensure the safety of all concert attendees: 

  • Masks and social distancing will be required at all times to ensure the safety of patrons and staff.
  • Attendees will be guided and parked by staff to their purchased car stall. 
  • All attendees MUST stay in their car stall upon arrival, except to use the porta-potties placed throughout the venue. Sitting in the back of a truck bed is allowed. 
  •  Wearing a face mask is required if you leave your car stall. Wearing a mask inside of your car stall is encouraged. 
  • All concessions and merchandise will be delivered to cars. No patrons will be allowed in the concession stand.
  • Security will be spread throughout the parking lot to ensure and enforce safety guidelines. Staff has the right to dismiss individuals or vehicles for misconduct to our standards and guidelines.


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