Kid Rock adds 8th show to August concert series at DTE Energy Music Theatre

Published On: Jun 19 2013 07:33:25 AM EDT

Kid Rock is adding an eighth show with ZZ Top to his “$20 Best Night Ever” U.S. Summer Tour at DTE Energy Music Theatre.

The $20 tickets for the Aug. 20 show go on sale at 10 a.m., June 22.

There is a six-ticket limit (including maximum of four pavilion seats).

He and his Twisted Brown Trucker Band will perform under the stars for eight special shows at the DTE Energy Music Theatre on August 9, 10, 11, 14, 16, 17, 19 and 20 at 7:30 p.m.

Kid Rock is also reserving the first two rows for every show as free upgrades for fans selected at random.

Beer specials, value food packages, free samples of Jimmy John’s sandwiches and special $20 tour t-shirts will be available as well. 

As with the previous seven shows, The Palace and DTE Energy Music Theatre ticket stores and participating Walmart locations ( are offering all-in $20 tickets – no parking costs, no fees, nada. All tickets sold through other outlets will carry additional service fees and/or parking fees where applicable.

Kid Rock is touring in support of his 10th album, Rebel Soul. Jim Beam and Harley Davidson will be sponsoring the tour.

Current members of Kid Rock’s Rebel Soldiers fan club will have first access to presale tickets through

Kid Rock has chosen to use paperless tickets in a majority of the pavilion as it is a proven method of getting face value tickets directly into the hands of his real fans without the astronomical mark-up by scalpers. 

Kid Rock’s eight “$20 Best Night Ever” shows with ZZ Top at DTE Energy Music Theatre are part of the Belle Tire Concert Series.


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