Kid Rock is adding two more shows to his historic run of shows at the DTE Energy Music Theatre.
The project will cost $50 million in all and include the construction of 150 homes across the street.
He has a granddaughter, who was born Christmas Day, and revealed he will be called “Paw Paw.” “I’m going Southern all the way,” he said, adding becoming a grandfather at 44 gives him “Hillbilly street cred.”
DTE Energy Music Theatre executives say the new shows will be August 18 and 19.
Tickets from the 2nd row to the lawn will be $20, with reduced parking and service fees keeping the total ticket price at about $30 or under.
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