Kid Rock To Embark On No Snowflakes Tour

The six-date tour features support from Chris Janson, Travis Tritt, Marcus King and Grand Funk Railroad.

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Ally Roden graduated from Belmont University where she studied Corporate Communications and Music Business. After numerous internships within public relations and music business, including her time at Red Light Management and PLA Media, Roden began her work in digital media while freelancing on the side. In addition to writing for Music Mayhem, she has her work published in a variety of online and print publications. In her free time when she’s not working or interviewing Nashville’s rising artists for her personal music-focused podcast, Roden enjoys hanging out with her mini-aussie doodle Ollie and reading a good thriller.

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Posted on March 10, 2023

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Despite previous rumors sparked in 2022 of retirement, Kid Rock gives fans a welcomed surprise with the announcement of the No Snowflakes tour this summer!

Special guests including Chris Janson, Marcus King, Travis Tritt and Grand Funk Railroad will join the multi-platinum artist to perform on select dates of the six-date trek.

Kid Rock will take the stage at Austin, TX’s Moody Center on Friday, June 23 with support from Chris Janson, Fort Worth, TX’s Dickies Arena with Marcus King on June 24, Nashville, TN’s Bridgestone Arena with Travis Tritt on July 1 and July 8 and Detroit, MI’s Little Caesars Arena with Grand Funk Railroad on July 14 and July 15.

Concert-goers can look forward to hearing crowd-favorites “Don’t Tell Me How To Live,” “We The People” and “My Kind of Country” off of Kid Rock’s newest project, Bad Reputation, live this summer.

Tickets will be available to purchase beginning on Friday, March 10th at 10am local time via KidRock.com

Kid Rock’s 2023 No Snowflakes Tour Dates

Fri. June 23 – Austin, TX – Moody Center (with Chris Janson)  

Sat. June 24 – Ft. Worth, TX – Dickies Arena (with Marcus King)

Sat. July 01 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena (with Travis Tritt)

Sat. July 08 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena (with Travis Tritt)

Fri. July 14 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena (with Grand Funk Railroad)

Sat. July 15 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena (with Grand Funk Railroad)

Fans had the chance to see the singer live last year on his 24-date Bad Reputation Tour that kicked off on April 6 in Evansville, IN and wrapped up on September 17 after the star hit the stage for back-to-back shows in his home state of Michigan.

Is Kid Rock Planning To Retire?

Talk that Kid Rock could be retiring in the near future began after he mentioned his retirement plans in a four-minute Facebook video announcing the Bad Reputation Tour in January 2022.

Tour Announcement from Kid Rock

Here is a video message from Kid Rock. For more info on the tour dates, tickets, and music go to https://kidrock.com

Posted by Kid Rock on Monday, January 24, 2022

“I’m not trying to sell tickets,” the singer explained in the video. “‘Oh, this is the last tour, you better come out and see me.’ But it very well could be for the unforeseen future.”

He continued, “At 51 years old, it’s not getting any easier to do jumps and carry on on-stage. But I’m really keeping myself together, I’m getting prepared mentally, physically, working out every day, trying to eat healthy, all that sh-t. I want to be at my peak for this tour because I really don’t know for the unforeseen future if we’ll do a big tour again.”

The rumors continued to grow after Kid Rock thanked fans during a concert on Sept. 16, 2022, for giving him a life beyond his “wildest dreams.”

“You never know what the future holds,” he reportedly told fans in attendance. “But if we do a few events a year, it’d be a pretty safe bet that something will be in Michigan.” 

“Maybe we’ll get bored in a few years and go at it again. But I tell ‘em every night [on the tour]: If this was my last time here… It’s been great. I thank all of you especially, here in my hometown, for an unbelievable life beyond my wildest dreams. You’ve been such a huge part of that. And I will forever love you so much,” he added.

While the rumors are still circulating, it seems as though the country rocker is eager to take the stage once again this summer!

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Ally Roden graduated from Belmont University where she studied Corporate Communications and Music Business. After numerous internships within public relations and music business, including her time at Red Light Management and PLA Media, Roden began her work in digital media while freelancing on the side. In addition to writing for Music Mayhem, she has her work published in a variety of online and print publications. In her free time when she’s not working or interviewing Nashville’s rising artists for her personal music-focused podcast, Roden enjoys hanging out with her mini-aussie doodle Ollie and reading a good thriller.

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