Kid Rock Returns to Blossom in July


Kid Rock performing at Blossom in 2013. - JOE KLEON
  • Joe Kleon
  • Kid Rock performing at Blossom in 2013.
Hard rocker Kid Rock loves a good gimmick. When he played Blossom in 2013, he packed the joint by selling tickets for a mere $20. He's running a similar promotion for his just-announced show at Blossom, where he performs on July 30 with his Twisted Brown Trucker Band. Tickets from the second row to the lawn will be $20. And they'll feature reduced parking and service fees.

According to the press release announcing the tour: "$20 all-in tickets (including parking) will be offered from participating Walmarts and at the venue box offices, and everyone who purchases a ticket at Walmart will receive a coupon for $2 off their purchase of [the new album] First Kiss. 1000 tickets from each show will be put on sale via’s Platinum ticketing program to combat scalping. The first row of seats for every show will be held back and given as free upgrades for lucky fans." In addition, there will be $20 special food packages, $4 draught beers and special $20 tour T-shirts. Fan Club members will be able to purchase tickets on Feb. 19, and fans who pre-order the album through will be eligible for a special pre-sale that begins on Feb. 20. Tickets to the general public go on sale on Feb. 24 at   

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