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International star Kid Rock will perform in North Platte June 21 during Nebraskaland Days in the US Cellular Summer Jam Concert Series.

Special guests Lee Brice and Thomas Rhett will open the show for him.

Kid Rock is musician, rapper, singer-songwriter and a five-time Grammy award nominee. His first commercial album in 1998, "Devil Without a Cause," sold 13 million copies worldwide.

Kid Rock will fill the vacancy left in North Platte when Lady Antebellum cancelled their summer tour due to the pregnancy of singer Hillary Scott.

He has always been near the top of the wish list of concert organizers, Nebraskaland Days Concert Chairman Hans Julius said.

“When we had to restart this process, the timing was perfect to secure Kid Rock’s 2013 tour,” Julius said.

Kid Rock’s 2012 album “Rebel Soul” came out to rave reviews. “Good Morning America” helped celebrate on release day, while Kid Rock also performed at NASCAR and NFL events. He spent a morning with Howard Stern and graced the cover of Billboard Magazine while Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Maxim and the LA Times all ran stunning features and reviews. The week concluded with a special piece on CBS Sunday Morning.

His current single “Let’s Ride” is staill climbing up the radio chart while the video for that single and “Cucci Galore” debuted on KidRock.com. The album is available physically and digitally.

Lady Antebellum ticket holders who want to see the Kid Rock show don’t need to do anything, as their tickets will be honored. Refunds will be issued to tickets holders who want a refund, organizers said.

“We’re going to take a couple of days here to reach out to our sustaining members and ticket holders to make sure they know their options,” Nebraskaland Days Executive Director David Fudge said. “Once that’s done, we’ll go on sale to the public on Monday.”

Tickets are $59 for general admission and reserved seating. A very limited quantity of Golden Circle tickets right in front of the stage are available for $99.

Tickets will be available Monday online HERE.

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The North Platte Bulletin - Published 1/23/2013
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