According to a news release posted today at Kid Rock's official website, the two Michigan rockers will team for shows in Minneapolis, Minn., as well as Fargo, North Dakota this March.
The 67-year-old Seger and The Silver Bullet Band, who will perform a string of Canadian dates this spring, will be joined by the 42-year-old Rock and The Twisted Brown Trucker Band on March 15 in Minneapolis’ Energy Dome and on March 16 at Fargo Dome.
Tickets for the Seger-Rock shows will go on sale on Jan. 26.
Rock guested on Seger's 2006 studio album "Face the Promise" while the rock n’ roll elder statesmen appeared on Rock's 2010 release "Born Free."
Seger’s “Rock and Roll Never Forgets Tour” Canadian leg kicks off on March 13 in Winnipeg, MB at MTS Centre and wraps up March 27 in Vancouver, BC at Rogers Arena.
Tickets for the Canadian shows go on sale Jan. 26 except for the Winnipeg date, which go on sale Jan. 19.
Tickets will be available through Ticketmaster with prices ranging from $77.25 - $123.25 (fees included), depending upon seat, city and venue.
Pre-sales begin today and can be obtained through the BobSeger.com Silver Bullet Club.
Kid Rock is not scheduled for any Canadian appearances thus far.
Did you know? Kid Rock inducted Bob Seger into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.