Kid Rock And Jason Aldean Team Up For ‘Rock The Country’ Tour Of American Small Towns

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It has just been announced that the conservative country music stars Kid Rock and Jason Aldean are teaming up for a Rock The Country tour of small towns across America in 2024.

Rock The Country Tour

“Rock The Country is for everyone who makes this country run and loves America. Nobody knows how to party like Small Town America,” Kid Rock said, according to Rolling Stone.

“Can’t wait to bring you Rock the Country,” he later added, according to Whiskey Riff. “A music festival like no other for hard working folks who love this country!”

The tour will feature Kid Rock and Aldean spending two nights at each stop in towns in the states Louisiana, Alabama, Florida, South Carolina, Missouri, Kentucky, and Georgia. They will be joined for select appearances by Miranda Lambert (on two dates), Hank Williams Jr. (on two dates), Lynyrd Skynyrd, Nelly, Koe Wetzel, Brantley Gilbert, Travis Tritt, Lee Brice, Warren Zeiders, Big and Rich ft. Gretchen Wilson, Randy Houser, Uncle Kracker, Tyler Farr, Pecos & the Rooftops, and more.

“Rock The Country aims to bring the excitement and energy of a large-scale music festival to small towns across the country,” Shane Quick, President of Touring and Strategic Expansion, LiveCo, told FOX Carolina. “With seven big shows in seven different towns, this event promises to be an experience like never before. Fans can expect a weekend filled with incredible performances, great food, and a sense of community that only small towns can offer.”

Nathan Baugh, President of 46 Entertainment, expressed his excitement over the tour as well.

“This festival is our way of giving back to these communities and providing an experience like never before,” he said. “We are passionate about curating an event that combines top-tier musical talent with the charm of small-town America, and we can’t wait for fans to join us on this historic musical journey.”

“Rock The Country is more than just a festival; it’s a celebration of music, community, and the shared love for country music that binds us all together,” he added.

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Kid Rock And Aldean Love America

Kid Rock and Aldean are known for being two of the only openly conservative stars in the entertainment world today, and they are each passionate about their love for this country. Aldean scored a major hit over the summer with his anti-work anthem “Try That In A Small Town,” so it comes as no surprise that he is eager to tour small town America, and there’s nobody better to join him on this adventure than Kid Rock.

“What I am is a proud American,” Aldean said during a concert back in July, according to Fox News. “I’m proud to be from here. I love our country. I want to see it restored to what it once was before all of this bulls–t started happening to us.”

“I love my country, I love my family, and I will do anything to protect that – I can tell you that right now,” he continued.

Related: Jason Aldean Accused Of Trying To ‘Appeal To Trump Country’ With ‘Coded Language’ In ‘Try That In A Small Town’ 

Rock The Country Tour Dates

The Rock The Country stops are listed below, and for tickets you can visit rockthecountry.com.

  • Gonzalez, La. – April 5 & 6 at Lamar-Dixon Expo Center
  • Ashland, Ky. – April 19 & 20 at Boyd County Fairgrounds
  • Rome, Ga. – May 10 & 11 at Kingston Downs
  • Ocala, Fla – June 7 & 8 at Majestic Oaks Ocala
  • Mobile, Ala. – June 21 & 22 at The Grounds
  • Poplar Bluff, M. – June 28 & 29 at Brick’s Offroad Parks
  • Anderson, S.C. – July 26 & 27 at Anderson Sports and Entertainment Center

Be sure to check out this tour if Kid Rock and Aldean are stopping at a town near you!

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