Even if snowflakes aren’t that common in June and July, Kid Rock still doesn’t want them on his next tour.
The self-proclaimed “indispensable” veteran rock star publicly announced four concert dates for this summer on Monday.
His tour is called the “Summer Concert Without Snowflakes” series.
ARENA 2023 DATES
THE LIMITED RUNS WILL FEATURE DIFFERENT SPECIAL GUESTS EACH NIGHT IN THE FOUR CITIES:
CHRIS JOHNSON, MARCUS KING, TRAVIS TREET, GRAND FUNK RAILROAD
Tix available on Tuesdays. March 7 with Artist presale
General OnSale Fri. March 10 at 10 a.m. local time https://t.co/dl1Qdyh2En pic.twitter.com/pnGZEPnXvJ
— KidRock (@KidRock) March 6, 2023
Kid Rock has publicly endorsed Donald Trump, and the former president appeared at shows last summer.
“I can’t be undone … because I don’t give an af—,” he said in an interview with Fox News last year. “At the end of the day, I’m not doing any big corporate stuff, there’s no one I’m beholden to, no record companies, [no] corporate interests – nothing.”
Each of the four dates will feature different acts.
June 23rd shows in Austin, Texas, Chris Janson opens; June 24 in Fort Worth, Texas, supported by Marcus King; July 1 in Nashville, Tennessee, opening for Travis Tritt; and July 14 in Detroit with a night of Grand Funk Railroad.
All four shows will be played in NBA/NHL-style indoor arenas that hold 10,000 to 20,000 people.
Tickets go on sale Tuesday “artist presale” and then Friday at Kid Rock’s website.