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Kid Rock rolls into Downtown Columbus

The American Badass is back and ready to take over the Arena District. Don’t miss Kid Rock’s Rebel Soul Tour with special guests Buckcherry and Hellbound Glory when they hit Columbus this March

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Get ready for the show of your life when five-time-Grammy-nominee Kid Rock brings his Rebel Soul Tour to Downtown Columbus this spring. Backed by the Twisted Brown Trucker Band, Kid Rock will also be joined by the bands Buckcherry and Hellbound Glory on this one-of-a-kind tour. Boasting his unprecedented blend of musical genres and never-duplicated style, don’t miss Kid Rock in the Arena District.

Fusing rock and rap, the Detroit native’s rise to the top was a long time coming. Never the overnight success story, his hard won fame came from a decade of tireless recording, touring and even selling bootleg copies of his own albums just to pay the rent. When he finally signed with Jive Records in 1990, he soon lost the deal after his album “Grits Sandwiches for Breakfast” failed to impress the label. It was finally his fourth album, 1998′s Devil Without a Cause, that shot Kid Rock to superstardom. He soon had a top-five hit, a seven-time platinum album and a gig at Woodstock ’99.

Kid Rock has since collaborated with the likes of Sheryl Crow on the single “Picture” as well as other heavy hitters like Martina McBride, Zac Brown, Trace Adkins and Bob Seger. His 2007 album “Rock N Roll Jesus” landed at number one, selling 172,000 albums in its first week on the charts. Following another string of hits, like “All Summer Long,” Kid Rock is back on the road promoting 2012′s Rebel Soul. Get your tickets now for this incredible concert event at Nationwide Arena.

Don’t forget to stop by one of the the popular Arena District bars and restaurants like bd’s Mongolian Grill or The Three-Legged Mare┬ábefore the concert.

Check out the lead single, “Let’s Ride,” from Kid Rock’s brand new album “Rebel Soul.”

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