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August 6, 2011

KID ROCK – Comerica Park


Kid Rock performs live on stage Friday August 12th – 13, 2011 in the first of three sold out shows at the Comerica Park stadium in Detroit.

Kid Rock is making it a two-night stand at Detroit’s Comerica Park this summer.

The Clarkston resident will perform on Aug. 13 in addition to the Aug. 12 concert he’d  announced on Belle Isle last week.

During the June 2 announcement, he said he had the entire Aug. 12 weekend reserved but wasn’t sure whether he’d do more than one show.

“It would be easy to be cocky and say we’re gonna do two,” he explained at the time, “but you just go for the one, on Friday, ’cause you don’t know what times are for people and what they have their money spent on and knowing that things are still economically hard around here. You hope you can do something Saturday (Aug. 13) …”

The announcement for the second show said it was due to “overwhelming fan demand.”

Rock plans to host activities outside of Comerica, which he says are still being determined but might include an outdoor stage featuring local bands, food vendors, art exhibits, a beer garden and “some fun games.”

Rock’s special guest for both shows will be Sammy Hagar and the Wabos.

Tickets for both shows go on sale at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 11, at the Comerica Park box office and select Meijer stores and online via and Tickets will not be sold via TicketMaster.

Prices will be $79.50 for the general admission field, $49.50 for lower deck grandstand and $30 for upper deck seats. There will also be a $99 six-pack for upper deck seats as well as a VIP package that includes a limited edition Kid Rock Detroit Tigers jersey.

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