Kid Rock Drops Buffalo Show Over Vaccination Mandates
Kid Rock is going on tour again this summer. The tour is called the “Bad Reputation Tour” but it will not go through Buffalo.
Kid Rock is making headlines today after responding to some of his fans on Facebook while telling them about the new tour. In the video, he says some fans had contacted him with concerns about the upcoming tour and that they would not be going to shows that would require them to be vaccinated or have mask mandates.
His response was, “If there are money orders by the time I arrive, you’ll get your money back…because I won’t show up either.”
He goes on to mention two shows in particular that had to be dropped from the tour due to warrants and they included Buffalo and Toronto.
Here is the entire video. Be aware that the language is NSFW.
Although he didn’t name the location he crossed off his list, you’d assume the Buffalo location he was referring to would be the Key Bank Center. They have had a full vaccination policy in place for months now. While the mask policy states that “guests over the age of 5 and fully vaccinated will not be required to wear a mask, but wearing a mask is strongly encouraged”.
There are 26 shows on Kid Rock’s upcoming tour which begins in Evansville, Indiana and begins April 6. He will finish on September 16 and 17 in his hometown of Detroit.
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