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Kid Rock was not an explosion into the music scene, but more of a slow sizzle that took a while to spark, but had no intention of leaving once the stage was set. This original rap star released his debut album, "Grits Sandwiches for Breakfast" in 1990, but it wasn't until 1998 that pros in the industry began to sit up and take notice of this talented artist. Today, Kid Rock tickets sell hard and fast at nearly any venue he is scheduled to play, particularly when he teams up with greats like Lynyrd Skynyrd, as he did for a tour last year.

History of Kid Rock Tickets

Kid Rock was born Robert Ritchie in Romeo, Michigan, in 1971. His love of rap music was mostly born out of boredom with small town life, after growing up on an orchard and helping to care for the family's horses. Kid Rock signed his first record deal at the tender age of 17, against his parents' wishes. While Kid Rock continued to release a number of albums after his original signing, it wasn't until the introduction of "Devil Without a Cause" in 1998 that Kid Rock tickets began to be thought of as a hot commodity.

What to Expect with Kid Rock Tickets

Anyone who has ever purchased Kid Rock tickets in the past knows that this concert offers a show you won't soon forget. With plenty of fancy moves and a host of special effects, Kid Rock pulls out all the stops to put on a night of entertainment that delights the masses. Despite previous run-ins with the police and co-workers, Kid Rock turns on the charm when he is in front of an audience, making the crowd like him despite themselves.

Those who purchase Kid Rock tickets today will not see the hardcore rapper of the past. Instead, they will be treated to an eclectic mix of southern rock and country reminiscent of groups like Lynyrd Skynyrd and Bob Seger (who actually plays in on the last Kid Rock album). Kid Rock tantalizes the crowd, playing nearly every instrument on the stage - most of which he taught to himself.

Who Should Attend?

Kid Rock is not appropriate for the younger crowd, although young adults may love his rebellious, "in-your-face" air and serious dance moves. Adults who have followed this artist throughout his somewhat tumultuous career are sure to get their money's worth from their Kid Rock tickets, with a show loaded with all the best this talented musician has to offer.