Kid Rock’s World Tour Drops Bud Light Due to Wokeness Policies
Kid Rock has announced his world tour, which includes over 30 dates in North America. However, following a controversy with Bud Light’s new wokeness policies, Kid Rock has made some significant changes.
To show his disapproval of Bud Light, the beer brand will not be available at any of his shows, and no Bud Light advertisements or merchandise will be allowed near the venue. Kid Rock has also canceled his $4 million deal with the company to promote the brand.
According to tour promoter Joe Barron, this decision will cost Bud Light around $12 million in revenue and bad publicity. “Anheuser Busch made a huge error in judgment here,” he said.
Instead of Bud Light, the tour will feature other rural favorites such as PBR and Natty Light. “Natural Light is a great alternative to Bud Light,” said Barron. He also emphasized that there will be no men dressed like women trying to sell it to the audience.
Kid Rock himself has commented on the controversy, saying that “the bulk of the people at the shows will be tweaking” and that all they need is “some cold water and a handful of pennies.”
The tour will begin this summer in Nashville and continue throughout the season. The aim is to gather 4,000 fans who appreciate Kid Rock’s music. God Bless America.