Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion | Woodlands, Texas
Kid Rock’s got a Bad Reputation! But he is mostly just misunderstood, right? Kid Rock and Foreigner come to Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Friday, June 24th, 2022. Grab some tickets now, this is, according to Rock himself, the very last big venue tour he will do, unless he runs for POTUS that is! Can you imaging Kid Rock singing at his own POTUS ceremony, that would be wild… Florida Republican representative Matt Gaetz tweeted, "Great American @KidRock topping the charts so strong… he's probably running for Senator or Governor or maybe POTUS!"
“I just got off the phone with our 45th President, hopefully 47th, and he expressed how proud of me he was over ‘We The People’ being the number 1 song on iTunes! Suck on that you trolls, critics and haters!” He added, “thank you to all the fans, I can’t wait to see you on tour! Pedal to the f***in’ metal, LETS GO!” Kid Rock said during the promotion of his Bad Reputation Tour.
Kid Rock’s latest single, “We The People”, a politically charged track that slams Joe Biden, Anthony Fauci, mask wearing and a few other things, came out mid-January to get fans excited about his latest tour. "It’s about, well, all the craziness going on in our world in the last few years and the politics and the polarization and social justice," Kid Rock said. "You know, constantly for just being a Trump fan attacked in the media day in day out." The other two songs that he released include "Last Dance," which he describes as a song that is inspired by his parents’ more than 50-year marriage. The other is called "Rockin," which he says is a country ballad with some R&B elements to it, name-checking artists like Bob Seger and Marvin Gaye.
Kid Rock’s real name, Robert James Ritchie, his first mainstream success came with his album, Devil Without a Cause, in 1998. His eleventh and latest studio album, Sweet Southern Sugar, came out in late 2017 and featured the hit singles, "Greatest Show on Earth" peaking at number 16 on the Mainstream Rock chart, and "Tennessee Mountain Top" peaking at number 36 on the Hot Country Songs chart. The album itself peaked at number 8 on the Billboard 200, number 4 on the Top Country Albums, and at number 1 on the Top Rock Albums charts.