BREAKING: Kid Rock, Jason Aldean, Big & Rich, Travis Tritt to launch epic summer tour throughout America in support of freedom

"We wanted to go out and give hardworking people that love this country a music festival, something for them."

Kid Rock announced on Tucker Carlson's brand new show The Tucker Carlson Encounter that he is launching a tour with Jason Aldean, Big & Rich, Travis Tritt, and many others for summer 2024. "We're going to do seven festivals," he said.

"It's called Rock the Country," Kid Rock told Carlson. "I see a need for a big portion of this country that's underserved entertainment-wise. And that's pretty prevalent when you see the success of shows like Yellowstone and Duck Dynasty. People are just starving for it. So we wanted to go out and give hard-working people that love this country a music festival, something for them. Come show your patriotism."

"Just like they do at my shows, but do it with a force of people. We've got different line-ups in seven small towns."

A few of those towns are Ocala, Florida, Mobile, Alabama, Rome, Georgia," as well as towns in Kentucky and South Carolina. "Rock and Roll's not been too kind to them," Kid Rock said.

"We're trying to provide something for these smaller towns where we have a lot more freedom to do things that we might not be able to do in the bigger cities, and especially to work with the local people there, whether it could be police, fire fighters, city councils, whatever."

He said that he "wanted to get on the same page" and had invited some of these people to his Nashville home to talk through the idea to "create a great experience for people." 

"We want the cities to win," he said. 

Information about the festival is available at

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