Get Kid Rock tickets to see one of the more versatile musicians today. He can cross musical genres with ease, going from rap and hard rock to country and southern rock. Not only can Kid Rock sing, but he can also play the drums, harmonica, guitar, and banjo. This talent makes Kid’s current Born Free tour hard to miss! Check our Kid Rock tour tickets and schedule below and follow this "Cowboy" as he tours the country singing his biggest hits, including "Bawitdaba," "Rock N Roll Jesus," "Born Free," and many more! Exclusive Kid Rock concert tickets are now available!
Kid Rock 2015 First Kiss: Cheap Date Tour
8/27/15 - Staying true to oneself isn’t always easy in the music business, but Kid Rock knows how to do it well. The rapper/country artist/rock and roller knows that many criticize him for his evolving tastes, but he proves that none of the naysayers’ opinions matter too much. As a part of his “Cheap Date” tour, Kid pays tribute to all of his sounds, and represents each one with style. When he’s singing a country song, he dons a cowboy hat, and when he feels like dropping some beats, he swaps it out for a fedora. It takes a smart person to be able to draw such a diverse crowd and bring everyone together for a night. Kid takes the stage this Sunday, Aug. 30, in Mountain View, California, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre. Tickets can be yours today for the starting price of just $24.
8/20/15 - One artist is proving that you don’t have to charge an arm and a leg in order to boast a successful summer concert tour. By intentionally charging less for tickets, Kid Rock has saved his fans a bunch of money, leading to record-breaking ticket sales. This isn’t the first time he’s done this, either. In 2013, he put on his famous $20 tour. Easing the strain on summer pocketbooks is just one reason to love Kid Rock. Another reason is his latest album, First Kiss, which has been hugely popular in several countries, including the US, Sweden and Australia. Kid’s next three performances will be in Clarkston, Michigan at the DTE Energy Music Theatre. See him on Wednesday, Friday or Saturday (Aug. 19, 21, 22) with tickets from us starting at only $41.
8/5/15 - Rapper turned country chameleon Kid Rock isn’t often a name you hear in the record books, but this week it is. Rock, whose real name is Bob Ritchie, recently broke the record for most tickets sold by one artist in a single run at Clarkston, MI’s DTE Energy Music Theatre. Rock sold 145,000 tickets for his ten shows spanning two weeks at the venue, beating the previous record set by Garth Brooks. Brooks only sold a mere 107,000 tickets for his record-breaking run. It all kicks off tonight at 6:45 p.m. Don’t miss your chance to see what is sure to be an epic opening performance alongside co-headliner Foreigner. Tickets are still available in limited quantities and can be purchased for as little as $79.
7/29/15 - Heavy metal rapper turned country crooner Kid Rock is getting ready to set sail again. Although his 2015 First Kiss: Cheap Date Tour is still continuing on until October, the artist has already made plans for spring 2016. He will once again head out to sea with fans, recently announcing his seventh annual cruise concert series. The event has been dubbed the Chillin’ the Most Cruise and it will embark on March 10 in Miami, FL. The cruise will be run by Norwegian Cruise Lines on their massive Norwegian Pearl cruise ship, which holds over 2,300 passengers. Fans can sail with Kid Rock and other musicians, including Steel Panther, for four nights. They will also be able to enjoy a stop in Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
7/16/15 - Artist Kid Rock is clearing the air after some recent negative attention from protesters who have accused him of being a racist. Kid used to fly the Confederate flag on stage as a symbol of rebellion. After being honored by the NAACP in 2011, he came to a silent realization that using the flag was inappropriate, and has not used it on stage since. You have to respect someone who realizes they were in the wrong and makes a change. Kid Rock will continue his tour this weekend, and while the Confederate flag won’t be anywhere in sight, you can be sure that his infamous white tank top and great music will! The MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, Florida will welcome the superstar on Saturday, July 18. Get your tickets from us today for $48 and up.
7/8/15 - Kid Rock has not escaped the backlash over the Confederate flag sweeping the nation the past few weeks. Although there was no announcement that his current tour would have the flag, a civil rights group in Detroit has asked the musician to distance himself from the flag. These members of the Michigan Chapter of the National Action Network protested in front of a museum in Detroit that has an exhibit funded by Kid Rock that also features his name. He has not commented on the protest. The musician also recently announced a new two-day concert at Fontanel near Nashville in October that is being called "Kid Rock's first annual Fish Fry." Kid Rock's tour next heads to Virginia for a show in Bristow and then in Virginia Beach. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $19.
7/1/15 - If you were in Hartford a week ago, chances are you at least heard that Kid Rock was in town. The concert featured so much of the nostalgia-inducing music from his discography that fans didn’t even seem to mind a brief intermission that was essentially a glorified commercial break. A few years ago, Kid Rock changed his concert pricing in favor of giving his fans lower ticket costs. In exchange, he had to recover some of those costs by corporate sponsorship. The new format seems to work for Kid, whose music and persona seem to rally around the working class. Kid Rock will be at the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, New York on Friday, July 3. We have your last minute tickets starting at $42.
6/11/15 - Musical chameleon Kid Rock is less than two weeks away from kicking off his much anticipated tour, which will start on Wednesday, June 24 at the Xfinity Theatre in Hartford, CT. The singer also appeared at the second day of the Detroit WYCD Downtown Hoedown last weekend, which had a staggering turnout of over 15,000 people. The festivities included a performance by Rascal Flatts and several appearances by the Detriot Lions football players. The event was held in honor of the anniversary of D-Day an included a military flyover. Rock appeared backstage during Drake White and Ashley Monroe’s sets, but ducked out early to entertain visitors at his riverside home. Tickets are still available to Rock’s opening show, with prices starting as low as $11.
6/3/15 - Employees at Flint Assembly got one heck of a surprise this week as Kid Rock himself made a surprise appearance at the facility for a tour and to pick up his brand new truck, which was made there. The rocker is a native of the Detroit area, so undoubtedly it means a lot to him to support his town by purchasing the vehicle locally. The fun visit ended with Kid Rock driving his brand new truck right off the line! He may be driving it all the way to Hartford in the next few weeks, as his tour kicks off at the Xfinity Theatre in the Connecticut city. With more than 40 stops scheduled so far, fans across the United States are gearing up to hear this rock and roll rebel perform live. Purchase your tickets for a show in a nearby city today!
5/27/15 - Hip hop country artist Kid Rock, whose real name is Robert James Ritchie, is just about ready to kick off his solo tour next month, and in the meantime he’s gearing up in a big way. This Saturday, May 30, the “Bawitdaba” singer will take the stage of the nearly sold out Ohio Stadium in Columbus to open for a seriously legendary act. Ritchie will open for none other than Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and the rest of the iconic Rolling Stones. With an entrance like that, it’s clear that fans can expect big things from the singer on his First Kiss: Cheap Date Tour that officially starts next month. Tickets to Saturday night’s show with the Rolling Stones are still available in varying prices and quantities.
3/5/15 - Although he’s still several months away from kicking off his much anticipated summer tour, musical chameleon Kid Rock is already having a big year. His recent album First Kiss recently landed on the Billboard Top 200 chart in second place, selling 146,000 copies in its debut. The album was beaten only by Big Sean’s Dark Sky Paradise. With figures like that, fans can expect to hear new material alongside favorite classics like “Cowboy” and “Bawitdaba” when he takes the stage with Foreigner this summer. It all kicks off at the Xfinity Theater in Hartford, CT on June 24 and will continue around the country until early September. Ticket availability and prices vary by date. Don’t miss your chance to see Kid Rock live on tour!
2/27/15 - Kid Rock, the prolific and genre-bending icon best known for his hits “Bawitdaba”, “Cowboy”, and many others, is going on tour this summer with support from 1970’s rock legends Foreigner. Kid Rock has deftly changed his sound over the years, which has helped cement his longevity as well as his legacy. From his early rap days of the 1990s to his pioneering fusion of rap and southern rock in the late 1990s and 2000s, Kid Rock has created memorable music in a variety of styles. For the past decade, his music has been more country oriented. His latest album, released on February 24th, has a decidedly Heartland rock feel and has been warmly received by critics, who hail the album as a showcase of Kid Rock doing what he does best- rock.
The price of Kid Rock tickets has been a topic of discussion of late. The hip-hop, country, Southern rocker openly dissed the high price of Legends of the Summer Tour tickets, a concert that features Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z. Legends of the Summer tour tickets are averaging double the cost of Kid Rock tickets on the secondary ticket market. In response, Kid Rock is offering tickets to his concert with ZZ Top, Uncle Kracker, and Kool and the Gang for $20. The “All Summer Long” singer knows what his fans want and that’s cheap Kid Rock tickets in exchange for an enjoyable experience. And that is exactly what fans will get at a Kid Rock concert - $4 beer specials, $20 tour t-shirts, and free samples of Jimmy John’s sandwiches are also expected at a Kid Rock concert.
The Kid Rock summer tour will visit the “Made in Detroit” owner’s hometown eight times. Kid Rock Detroit tickets are averaging $100. His first show at DTE Energy Music Theatre (avg. $140) is the most expensive while the last show at the venue is the cheapest (avg. $55). Apart from the eight Detroit shows, Kid Rock will play 23 additional concerts across the Country. Kid Rock tickets are averaging $110.
Kid Rock songs attract a large audience. Kid Rocks duet “Picture” with Sheryl Crow tugs at the hearts of Country and Pop fans while tunes like “All Summer Long” and “Born Free” fit into the genre of Southern rock. He’s also gained commercial success with singles “Bawitdaba”, “Cowboy”, and “Only God Knows Why” in the rap-rock genre.