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2011 Rocks With The Kid

03:01 PM Tuesday 11/16/10 | |

Kid Rock knows how to announce a new tour as he lays out three months worth of dates (including venues) for his “Born Free” outing beginning in January.

  • Kid Rock

    CMA Awards, Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tenn.
    November 10, 2010

    (AP Photo)


Touring in support of his new album, Born Free, Kid Rock launches the tour by throwing himself a 40th birthday party Jan. 15 at Detroit’s fabulous indoor football stadium, Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions. Yes, that’s right. The Kid hits 40 in January. Where does the time go?

Backed, as always, by the Twisted Brown Trucker Band, Rock’s next stop is a tad smaller – the Dow Events Center in Saginaw, Mich., Jan. 21. Other stops include Toledo at Huntington Center Jan. 26; Dayton at Nutter Center Jan. 29; Louisville at KFC Yum! Center Feb. 11 and Nashville at Bridgestone Arena Feb. 18. But that’s just a very small taste of the routing. To appreciate the logistical as well as artistic genius of the routing, you need to eyeball the entire itinerary.

Special guest Jamey Johnson appears on all dates.

If you can’t get enough of The Kid and you dread the thought of waiting until January or later to see your hero in action, the documentary “Kid Rock: Born Free” is airing on MTV, VH1 and CMT.

Tickets for the Detroit show go on sale Nov. 26 and the general onsales for the rest of the announced dates begin Dec. 3 or 4 depending on market. For more information, click here for Kid Rock’s website.


  1. Jimmy@sectionlive.com wrote:

    04:46 PM, Nov 29, 2010

    I love when people make comments when they think they know everything about people and their music.  It just shows how jealous they are of someones talent/fame and the fact they will never reach that level because they just dont have it in them.

  2. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    10:24 PM, Nov 21, 2010

    Rough crowd.


  3. live concert freak wrote:

    06:05 AM, Nov 18, 2010

    Please just go back to your trailer park and stop ripping off all the great music that came before you!! You are the no talent weird Al of our times!!! At least he made a joke of it and you THINK you have talent.......

  4. Livewolf wrote:

    05:28 PM, Nov 16, 2010

    I will be SO glad when this buttnugget's 15 minutes are up.  

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