All-time famous rock star and heavy metal artist Kid Rock is in the mood to hit the roads of the United States to entertain his fans in 25 cities. The tour is expected to start from 6th April. The tour is in the promotion of his new upcoming album “Bad Reputation”; due to that, the tour is also named “Bad Reputation Tour”. All-time famous artist Kid Rock is in his 50s, and the tours require a lot of energy. Due to this, it might be his last tour, but he will not disclose that. In his recent interview, he confessed that it might be his last tour because he is getting older to hold a tour, but the artist made it clear that it is not confirmed, and he does not want people to buy tickets as they can only see Kid Rock last time performing on stage.
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Dates and Venues
The tour will kick off from Evansville, Indiana, on 6th April and end on 16th and 17th September 2022 with the giant performance in Clarkston, Michigan. The tour stops include Boston, Chicago, Columbus, Atlanta, Dallas, Cincinnati.
Recorded Ticket Sale
Kid Rock is a multi-award-winning American Rockstar with several musical records. His song “all summer long” made the form hold the number 1 position in 8 different countries. He has sold 30 million record copies which is a significant contributor to rock music. The state of Michigan never disappoints him. He has a record of 150,000 tickets in 10 fully sold-out shows in 2015. In Detroit, his concert witnessed the fan attendance of 86,893 in the opening tour concert in 2017.
Team For The Tour
Kid Rock is going on tour with his regular squad of Jason Krause, Jimmie Bones, Stefanie Eulinberg, Dave McMurray, Larry Fratangelo, Marlon Young, Aaron Julison, Paradime, Shannon Curfman and some other co-artists.
Kid Rock’s Bad Reputation Tour kicks off in April with a show at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana, and currently closes with back-to-back shows at Pine Knob Music Center in Clarkston, Michigan on September 16 and 17. In between, stops include Bridgestone Arena (Nashville, TN), MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater (Tampa, FL), Dos Equis Pavilion (Dallas, TX), Riverbend Music Center (Cincinnati, OH), and Jiffy Lube Live (Bristow, VA).
Three supporting acts are currently lined up for the tour, with each participating in select dates on the schedule. Grand Funk Railroad is joining for a total of ten performances in April and then June. Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening is playing two stops in May. And Foreigner is along the ride for the final 13 currently scheduled performances, beginning in late June. Trey Lewis will also be appearing on the tour, performing alongside Rock during his set.
The tour currently has five shows in April, two in May, seven in June, nine in August, and then the final two in September. The large gaps in some segments (particularly June 26-August 4) leave open the possibility that additional dates may be added.
Tickets for Kid Rock’s Bad Reputation tour are on sale to the general public beginning Friday, January 28. There are also presale options this week, kicking off Tuesday for member’s of Kid Rock’s fan club.
Kid Rock Bad Reputation Tour Dates 2022
April 6 – Ford Center | Evansville, Indiana #
April 8 – CHI Health Center | Omaha, Nebraska #
April 9 – Xcel Energy Center | Saint Paul, Minnesota #
April 15 – Nationwide Arena | Columbus, Ohio #
April 16 – Van Andel Arena | Grand Rapids, Michigan #
May 20 – KFC Yum Center | Louisville, Kentucky *
May 21 – Bridgestone Arena | Nashville, Tennessee *
June 10 – iTHINK Financial Amphitheater | West Palm Beach, Florida #
June 11 – MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater | Tampa, Florida #
June 15 – Cellairis Amphitheater | Atlanta, Georgia #
June 17 – PNC Music Pavilion | Charlotte, North Carolina #
June 18 – Coastal Credit Union Music Park | Raleigh, North Carolina #
June 24 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | The Woodlands, Texas ^
June 25 – Dos Equis Pavilion | Dallas, Texas ^
Aug. 5 – Blossom Music Center | Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio ^
Aug. 6 – Pavilion at Star Lake | Burgettstown, Pennsylvania ^
Aug. 12 – Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center | Noblesville, Indiana ^
Aug. 17 – Riverbend Music Center | Cincinnati, Ohio ^
Aug. 19 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater | Tinley Park, Illinois ^
Aug. 20 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater | Maryland Heights, Missouri ^
Aug. 24 – Xfinity Center | Mansfield, Massachusetts ^
Aug. 26 – Jiffy Lube Live | Bristow, Virginia ^
Aug. 27 – PNC Bank Arts Center | Holmdel, New Jersey ^
Sept. 16 – Pine Knob Music Theatre | Clarkston, Michigan ^
Sept. 17 – Pine Knob Music Theatre | Clarkston, Michigan ^