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Date Event Location
Fri Jul 28 8:00 PM Kip Moore 7 Flags Event Center
Clive, IA
Sat Aug 05 8:00 PM Kip Moore Wisconsin State Fair
West Allis, WI
Fri Aug 18 8:00 PM Kip Moore Knitting Factory Concert House-Spokane
Spokane, WA
Sat Aug 19 9:00 PM Kip Moore Showbox SoDo
Seattle, WA
Fri Sep 08 8:00 PM Kip Moore 4th Street Live
Louisville, KY
Sat Sep 09 7:00 PM Kip Moore Blue Note
Columbia, MO
Sat Oct 21 9:00 PM Kip Moore and Drake White Niagara Fallsview Casino
Niagara Falls, ON
Wed Nov 15 8:00 PM Kip Moore 7 Flags Event Center
Clive, IA

Kip Moore Tour News and Updates

Kip Moore recently wrapped a summer tour, playing with Toby Keith at outdoor arenas. On the “Hammer Down” tour, Moore opened the show with his hit singles from his first album “Hey Pretty Girl”, “Somethin ‘Bout a Truck”, and “Beer Money”. The Nashville native will not stop touring any time soon however, Kip Moore will be part of two tours in the near future. First, headlining eleven dates in November and December with Drake White and Joey Hyde on select dates; and then, opening for Lady Antebellum’s “Take Me Downtown” tour which was postponed until January. Moore’s “Burn the Whole World Down” tour will play some cities that were canceled on the Lady A tour, visiting the states of Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Michigan in a month’s span.

Moore plans to play new music on his headlining tour saying, “the best way to test out new songs is always to play them live for the fans, so I’m excited to get some feedback direct from them.” Two singles expected on his upcoming second album “Burn the Whole World Down” and “Young Love” are expected on Kip Moore’s set list. The latter single is due out in November but Moore is already performing the song at select private shows. Moore said that his new record, expected in April 2014, will be “completely different” from his debut album due to the fact that his “life has changed a lot.”
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