Once again, Kid Rock is out to give fans the biggest value for their concert ticket dollar — and this summer, he's bringing out Foreigner to help him deliver.

As previously reported, the two veteran acts are teaming up for a package tour that will offer tickets at prices well below the industry standard -- just like the $20 Best Night Ever run Rock made in 2014. According to a press release announcing the summer dates, tickets from the second row to the lawn will be $20, and the parking and service fees have also been reduced, which will reportedly keep the total cost at or less than $30.

For Walmart shoppers, there's an "all-in" package, which offers tickets and parking for $20, as well as a coupon for $2 off Rock's new album, First Kiss. In order to try and thwart scalpers, the acts will also be setting aside 1,000 tickets from each show for Live Nation's Platinum ticketing program -- and the first row of seats for every show will also be given away as free upgrades for select ticket holders. On the concession front, $20 food packages and T-shirts will be offered, along with $4 draft beers.

Tickets are set to go on sale to the public Feb. 24, with pre-sales available to members of Kid Rock's fan club as well as those who purchase First Kiss through his official site.

Saying he expects the experience to be "really interesting," Foreigner bassist Jeff Pilson predicts that touring with Kid Rock would make new fans out of a whole new demographic. "I think that’s going to be expose us to a different audience that I think is gonna be shocked at how much they enjoy us — which I always love doing. That’s the best kind of tour to do."

Kid Rock and Foreigner Summer 2015 Tour Dates
6/24 - Hartford, Ct.
6/25 - Mansfield, Mass.
6/27 - Scranton, Pa.
6/28 - Burgettstown, Pa.
6/30 - Holmdel, N.J.
7/02 - Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
7/03 - Bethel, N.Y.
7/07 - Camden, N.J.
7/08 - Bristow, Va.
7/11 - Raleigh, N.C.
7/14 - Charlotte, N.C.
7/16 - West Palm Beach, Fla.
7/18 - Tampa, Fla.
7/19 - Atlanta, Ga.
7/22 - Woodlands, Texas
7/23 - Dallas, Texas
7/25 - Maryland Heights, Mo.
7/26 - Tinley Park, Ill.
7/30 - Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
8/01 - Noblesville, Ind.
8/02 - Cincinnati, Ohio
8/04 - Darien, N.Y.
8/07 - Clarkston, Mich.
8/08 - Clarkston, Mich.
8/11 - Clarkston, Mich.
8/12 - Clarkston, Mich.
8/14 - Clarkston, Mich.
8/15 - Clarkston, Mich.
8/26 - Phoenix, Ariz.
8/27 - Irvine, Calif.
8/29 - San Bernardino, Calif.
8/30 - Mountain View, Calif.
9/02 - Marysville, Calif.
9/04 - Ridgefield, Wash.
9/05 - Auburn, Wash.

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