The rocker is making sure his upcoming tour will be affordable to fans during these trying times.
Rock musician Kid Rock will be embarking on his new concert tour across the U.S. this summer and he has a special treat for fans who are going to flock to his shows. The 42-year-old entertainer is offering very affordable $20 tickets in all stadium sections for concertgoers to allow them to catch his live performances during these tough times.
"We're going to throw the biggest and best party ever, with prices across the board that are reasonable and transparent. No hidden fees, no gimmicks," announced the rapper turned rocker. In addition to the low-priced tickets, a thousand special platinum tickets for each show which will be sold directly to fans at market price to avoid scalpers while the first two rows at every show will also be reserved as free upgrades for fans who will be selected randomly each time.
The Michigan-born artist is also working with promoter Live Nation to lower prices on other concert-related expenses as beer, parking and merchandise for every tour stop. He is going out on a limb to give fans some great entertainment at reasonable prices, saying, "We're all fortunate to make as much money as we do, and I can surely take a pay cut and help out in these hard times."
Kid Rock will kick off his tour at the Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Virginia on June 28 and will perform on the next 27 tour dates before wrapping up his tour on September 15 at the Live Nation Amphitheatre in Tampa, Florida. Providing support for Kid Rock on selected dates of his tour are soul and funk group Kool & The Gang, rock band ZZ Top and country rock musician Uncle Kracker.
Kid Rock U.S. Summer Tour Schedule:
- Jun 28 - Bristow, VA at Jiffy Lube Live
- Jun 29 - Holmdel, NJ at PNC Bank Arts Center
- Jul 02 - Cleveland, OH at Blossom Music Center
- Jul 05 - Darien, NY at Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
- Jul 06 - Scranton, PA at Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain
- Jul 09 - Camden, NJ at Susquehanna Bank Center
- Jul 10 - Mansfield, MA at Comcast Center
- Jul 12 - Hartford, CT at Comcast Theatre
- Jul 19 - Houston, TX at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
- Jul 20 - Dallas, TX at Gexa Energy Pavillion
- Jul 23 - Albuquerque, NM at Isleta Amphitheater
- Jul 24 - Phoenix, AZ at Desert Sky Pavilion
- Jul 26 - Irvine, CA at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
- Jul 28 - Mountain View, CA at Shoreline Amphitheatre
- Jul 31 - Sacramento, CA at Sleep Train Amphitheatre
- Aug 03 - Denver, CO at Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre
- Aug 09 - Detroit, MI at DTE Energy Music Theater
- Aug 10 - Detroit, MI at DTE Energy Music Theater
- Aug 11 - Detroit, MI at DTE Energy Music Theater
- Aug 24 - St. Louis, MO at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
- Aug 25 - Indianapolis, IN at Klipsch Music Center
- Aug 28 - Cincinnati, OH at Riverbend Music Center
- Aug 30 - Chicago, IL at First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
- Sept 04 - Saratoga Springs, NY at Saratoga Performing Arts Center
- Sept 06 - Bethel, NY at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
- Sept 07 - Pittsburgh, PA at First Niagara Pavilion
- Sept 10 - Charlotte, NC at Charlotte Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
- Sept 14 - Atlanta, GA at Aaron's Amphitheater at Lakewood
- Sept 15 - Tampa, FL at Live Nation Amphitheatre