After all the tickets for the first gig were sold in just minutes, Windang surf-rock duo Hockey Dad have announced a second and final drive-in show.
'Alive At The Drive-In' will be a zombie apocalypse-style event that will take place on Friday, July 31 at Bulli Showground.
All tickets for the special Brain Candy album release day show were snapped up in five minutes.
Now, a second and final show, 'Alive At The Drive-In Part II' will take place on Saturday, August 1 at Bulli Showground.
"We're overwhelmed with the support and excitement around these drive-in shows," the band said in a statement.
"Super excited to not only play live again, but to get two gigs back-to-back.
"Thank you to everybody who has already snagged their spot in the passenger seat."
Tickets for this show will go on-sale on Thursday, June 11.
Only 400 cars will be allowed into Part II.
Tickets available from Moshtix.
Fans will experience the event in a similar vein to a drive-in movie theatre, and watch from the comfort and safety of their own car with audio blasted via FM radio broadcast.
Organisers say the initiative will be in full compliance with the state's Public Health Act and the only exception of leaving a car is for toilet breaks.
The band's upcoming album Brain Candy, will be released on July 31.
Their brand new single Good Eye will be released on Thursday.