Kid Rock show for tonight canceled

Opener Buckcherry schedule last minute show at NV

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Concert promoter AC Entertainment has confirmed that the Kid Rock show for tonight at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum has been canceled due to Kid Rock becoming ill. Representatives of AC Entertainment said that Rock's management had not given any indication of what illness Rock has, despite social media sites reporting that is pneumonia.

In a statement on his website, Rock posted: "I'm sick. I have been sick since after the Nashvills show. I have done every shot and steroid to get better and have only gone more downhill. Time to take care of me. Hopefully be better by Memphis. Off to doctor to get more tests done. I hate this (expletive). Sorry."

Early word on the cancellation came from a tweet by Josh Todd, vocalist for Buckcherry, which was scheduled to open the show. Todd's tweet stated: "Knoxville show got cancelled tonight do to illness, hope Rock feels better. We're trying to find a place to do a free show for BC fans."

The band announced at 5 p.m. (also through Twitter) that they had scheduled a last minute show at NV, 125 E. Jackson Ave. However, tickets are $10. Admission is $5 who have a ticket for the canceled Kid Rock show.

A press release from AC Entertainment released at 4:30 Wednesday states:

Due to illness, tonight's February 27 Kid Rock show at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum has been canceled. Kid Rock apologizes to all his fans for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Internet and phone orders will be automatically refunded within 14 business days. Refunds will be to original purchase credit cards ONLY.

Refunds for tickets purchased at Knoxville Civic Coliseum box office must be returned to the Coliseum Box Office and a refund will be given in the original form of payment to the original ticket purchaser.

Refunds for Knoxville Tickets outlet purchases must be mailed back to the Knoxville Tickets office at Thompson-Boling Arena, where a check will be mailed back to customer within 2 weeks of receipt of tickets. There are NO CASH REFUNDS for outlet orders.

Knoxville Tickets

Kid Rock Refund

1600 Phillip Fulmer Way, Suite 202

Knoxville, TN 37996

For additional information, contact Knoxville Tickets at (865) 656-4444 or (877) 995-9961 toll free.

Earlier in the day Due to illness, tonight's February 27 Kid Rock show at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum has been canceled. Kid Rock apologizes to all his fans for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Internet and phone orders will be automatically refunded within 14 business days. Refunds will be to original purchase credit cards ONLY.

Refunds for tickets purchased at Knoxville Civic Coliseum box office must be returned to the Coliseum Box Office and a refund will be given in the original form of payment to the original ticket purchaser.

Refunds for Knoxville Tickets outlet purchases must be mailed back to the Knoxville Tickets office at Thompson-Boling Arena, where a check will be mailed back to customer within 2 weeks of receipt of tickets. There are NO CASH REFUNDS for outlet orders.

Knoxville Tickets

Kid Rock Refund

1600 Phillip Fulmer Way, Suite 202

Knoxville, TN 37996

For additional information, contact Knoxville Tickets at (865) 656-4444 or (877) 995-9961 toll free.

More information as the story develops on www.knoxville.com.

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Comments » 6

HarveyLogan writes:

With the amount of promotion that was done, I find this surprising. Oh, wait.

FrankDeLano1937 writes:

It will be interesting to hear the reason. Today as I came into downtown shortly before 7 A.M. I went by KR's tour bus and equipment rig, so he was in town as of then.

VicMackey writes:

Great - they'll be rolling their mobile homes over tonite in protest. Or rolling something else . . .

NomDePlume (Inactive) writes:

I hear notenoughticketssoldtocoverexpesesitus has been going around lately. Get well soon, country boy!

tnhiker (Inactive) writes:

Kid Who? What show?

MtnHigh writes:

Not enough ticket sales to cover AC expenses sounds more like it to me.

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