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Kid Rock and Jason Aldean announce ‘Rock The Country Tour.’ Get tickets
Kid Rock and Jason Aldean just announced their seven-concert ‘Rock The Country Tour’ that will send them to small towns that “know how to party” from April through July 2024.“Can’t wait to bring you Rock the Country,” Kid Rock shared on Instagram. “A music festival like no other for hard working folks who love this country!”At each stop on the run, the co-headliners will put on two days worth of shows in each city along with many big name acts they’re bringing along for the ride on select dates.Just a few of the icons set to join the duo include Lynyrd Skynyrd, Miranda Lambert, Hank Williams Jr., Koe Wetzel and Brantley Gilbert.That’s not all, though.They’ll also perform with Uncle Kracker, Travis Tritt, Lee Brice, Randy Houser and Big and Rich featuring Gretchen Wilson.Nelly will be there, too.And if you want to join in on the Southern-fried fun, you can grab two-day passes for all concerts as of today.Below, you’ll find all the information you need about the 2024 ‘Rock The Country Tour.’A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues, five special guests set to appear and links to buy tickets can be found below.But wait, there’s more!In total, 21 artists will be joining Kid Rock and Jason Aldean on the road.
How CMAs nominee Jelly Roll went from jailed rapper to country’s hottest star
Country Music Association Awards — one of five awards he’s up for Wednesday night at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena — but he’s hardly fresh off the farm.In fact, the Antioch, Tennessee native, behind hits such as “Need a Favor” and current single “Save Me,” started his recording career as a rapper with the hip-hop group SNO, back in 2011 — long before making his country debut with the chart-topping “Son of a Sinner” in 2022.So really, the only thing “new” about the artist born Jason DeFord is his genre of choice.“There’s something poetic about a 39-year old man with a 300-song release catalog being nominated for the CMA New Artist award,” Jelly Roll told The Post on a break from award show rehearsals. “It encapsulates my feelings this week, whether I win it or not.”The music biz vet is the second most-nominated artist on Music City’s biggest night, trailing only Lainey Wilson — “My dance partner at country radio right now,” Jelly Roll points out — with whom he’s up for Musical Event of the Year, for “Save Me.” What’s more, the dude with the country music tradition-bucking tattooed face is also opening the festivities — singing Single of the Year nominee “Need a Favor.”“It’s the honor of all honors.
What do Hwy 30 tickets cost to see Zach Bryan, Dierks Bentley, more?
Hwy 30 Music Festival speeds into the Texas Motor Speedway for four days of good times, great food and drink and lots of country music.Just a few of the stars dishing out the country this year include Zach Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Koe Wetzel, Cody Jinks and Brothers Osborne.They’ll be joined by Shane Smith and The Saints, Charles Wesley Godwin, Ashley McBryde and rockers Gary Clark Jr. and Staind.Plus, Colbie Caillat and Diplo will be there too.In total, 36 acts are set to take the stage at the speedway.And if you want to take part in the four-day extravaganza, it isn’t too late to scoop up last-minute tickets.At the time of publication, four-day passes are going for $127 before fees on Vivid Seats.Single-day passes start at $84 before fees.Need just a little more information before smashing that buy button?Keep scrolling, Fort Worth friends.We’ve got everything you need to know and more about the 2023 Hwy 30 Music Festival below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete breakdown of all the best prices on single and multi-day passes for this year’s Hwy 30 can be found here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.