Kid Rock made a huge announcement on Monday, that he will be going on a tour called the “No Snowflakes Summer Concert.” The Kid made the announcement in an Instagram post featuring four dates in June and July and featuring acts like Chris Jansen and Travis Tritt, among others.
The announcement, which came in the morning, was abrupt and exciting for fans of the rockstar. As Kid Rock, real name Robert Ritchie has become more and more of an icon in the conservative media space his fanbase has embraced him as a cultural icon. His announcement reads:
“KID ROCK ANNOUNCES FOUR 2023 ARENA DATES
“THE FOUR-CITY LIMITED RUN WILL FEATURE DIFFERENT
SPECIAL GUESTS ON EACH NIGHT: CHRIS JANSON, MARCUS KING, TRAVIS TRITT, AND GRAND FUNK RAILROAD
“Tickets Available Starting Tuesday March 7 with Artist Presale
“General OnSale Starting Friday March 10 at 10 AM Local Time on KidRock.com”
Ritchie made waves in conservative circles back in 2022 when he said what was on many of his friends’ and neighbors’ minds in Nashville, Tennessee. In a transcript shared by The Daily Wire, Ritchie admonished the liberals who move to states like Tennessee and try to vote the same way that ruined their old home state. He said:
“We are sick of seeing history torn to the ground. Whether it be in the form of monuments, statues, and now something so important here in Nashville, like the former home of Hank Williams, Beechwood Hall…Where does this end?”
“We kind of knew that from the beginning, once this fiasco started that it was never going to end. And now we kind of feel like we’re under an invasion from the state of California, which we understand in a lot of ways. I have a lot of friends here that come from these spots — California and New York City.”
“A lot of people say it, and they say it under their breath, but they’re scared to say it out loud. So, once again, I’ll be the guy: They come here leaving these woke policies from those cities for better schools, lower taxes, lower crime. You have talked about it a million times. We kind of tell them to leave your effing politics at the state line from where you’re coming. And this is just one more example.”
In 2017, Kid Rock even went as far as to run for a seat in the Senate as a Republican. Fox News shared a quote back then that detailed many of Ritchie’s stances on political issues, which were the following:
“I am definitely a Republican on fiscal issues and the military, but I lean to the middle on social issues. I am no fan of abortion, but it’s not up to a man to tell a woman what to do. As an ordained minister I don’t look forward to marrying gay people, but I’m not opposed to it.”
Kid Rock has become a bastion of hope for republicans, as more and more of the nation’s celebrities flaunt leftist sentiments in the music and movies. Kid Rock is dead set on pushing back against the ideas that have turned his home state, Michigan, into the place that it is now.
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