Kip Moore has recently announced that he’ll be back on the road again for his “Room to Spare Acoustic Tour,” along with the support of several country artists.
Things will kick off March 7 at the Copernicus Center in Chicago, IL. Kip will then travel to Springfield, MO, Boston, MA , Portland, ME , and many other cities, before bringing it all back home to the Keswick Theatre in Glenside, PA May 11. For the 21 shows of the tour, country music singer-songwriter will be playing in auditoriums, amphitheaters, and ballrooms, big enough to get some seats or stand, but small enough to not miss out on the action. Special guests along the road will be Charlie Worsham and a country band from Nashville, Muscadine Bloodline.
Moore released his third album, Slowheart, on MCA Nashville September of last year. The record was met with enthusiasm and debuted at both #3 on Billboard Country Albums, and #10 on their all genres charts. For this record, Kip took the reigns, handling a majority of the production himself, and the name of the album reflects the pace the country rocker was taking to write and record. His timing clearly paid off. We’re just glad he didn’t take too much time to tour again.
Tickets are currently available for sale and vary by venue and seating. The low price range starts at about $50 at venues in many cities for general admission floor and farther seating. Closer seats in balconies or mezzanines will run in about the $100-150 range, and a few hundred for seats even closer. More premium venues have more expensive seats ranging from $200-400. Due to the variation, be sure to check your local venue on CountryTourNow for specific ticket options.