Country-rock-rap pioneer and man of the people Kid Rock will bring his $20 Best Night Ever summer tour to the Coral Sky Amphitheatre on July 16, a show that takes its name from the bargain-basement admission price.
The tour is pegged to the imminent release of the album “First Kiss” (his first on Top Dog/Warner Bros. Records) and is aimed at being a wallet-friendly night out, if you’re looking for a cheapish date.
Tickets for the concert, from the second row to the lawn, are $20 and go on sale Feb. 24, the day “First Kiss” is released, at LiveNation.com. The service fee is $9, and parking is $4.
When you buy tickets at the arena box office (in the former Cruzan Amphitheatre space at 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach) or at participating Walmart stores, you can get $20 all-in tickets (including parking). The shows will feature special $20 food packages, $20 tour T-shirts and $4 draft beer.
The fan club pre-sale begins Thursday, Feb. 19, and those who pre-order the album via KidRock.com will have early access to tickets beginning Friday, Feb. 20. Live Nation says the first row of seats for every show are being held back as free upgrades for fans in each city.
Kid Rock and his Twisted Brown Trucker Band will be joined by opening act Foreigner.
The Detroit-spawned performer will debut songs from “First Kiss” on Sunday before the start of the Daytona 500, kicking off a media blitz that includes appearances on “The Tonight Show” (Monday), “Today” (Tuesday) and “The Howard Stern Show” (Wednesday).