Kip Moore Tickets for Sale

Kip Moore has been out on tour for almost all of 2012 so far. That will come to an end on July 6, 2012 with Kip Moore tickets to the Festival of the Bells in Hillsboro, Ohio. Before that show, he has a performance with a number of groups playing with Tim McGraw at the Constellation Brands Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center in Canandaigua, New York. His last headlining gig comes on June 28, 2012 at the Point Pleasant Sternwheel Regatta in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.

He is out touring with a new album, his debut album. Up All Night has earned rave reviews from trusted country outlets as Ames 247. The album has the artist making huge strides with songs like "Something ‘bout a Truck" and "Beer Money". The songs tug at the heart strings with his personal lyrics and his Southern twang.

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Mar 3 Fri 7:30 PM Kip Moore Florida Strawberry Festival Grounds
Plant City, FL
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Apr 17 Mon 7:30 PM Kip Moore Burton Cummings Theatre
Winnipeg, MAN
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Apr 21 Fri 7:30 PM Kip Moore Abbotsford Centre
Abbotsford, BC
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Apr 22 Sat 7:30 PM Kip Moore Sandman Centre
Kamloops, BC
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Apr 28 Fri 3:30 AM Stagecoach Music Festival - 3 Day Pass Empire Polo Field
Indio, CA
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Jun 9 Fri 3:30 AM Taste of Country Music Festival - 3 Day Pass Hunter Mountain Resort
Hunter, NY
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Jun 10 Sat 5:00 PM Buckeye Country Superfest - Saturday Ohio Stadium
Columbus, OH
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Some musicians figure out they would like to spend their lives wearing their hearts on their sleeves and singing before thousands of people at an early age. Others, like Kip Moore, find their passion much later. Moore first picked up a guitar and learned to play while attending Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, Alabama. He had lived a typical life in Tifton, Georgia, but would eventually make his first public appearance at Mellow Mushroom in Valdosta, Georgia. This did not lead to an immediate move to Nashville, but a temporary residence in Hawaii.

Kip Moore would move to Nashville in 2004, forming a bond with Brett James, a producer and fellow songwriter. Moore had a publishing deal in place with James, but it took another four years before MCA Nashville signed him as an artist. A few years later, the country singer released his first single "Mary Was the Marrying Kind" in 2011. This first attempt at breaking out was met with praise for his lyrics, but criticism for the production. Instead, Moore struck back with a couple of songs for Thompson Square, a group he would late tour with. He came back with a new recording, this time a full-length album, Up All Night. OnlineSeats has the Kip Moore tickets to see this country singer live as he continues to build his following.