Ted Nugent 2023 Farewell Tour Dates for ‘Adios Mofo 23’
Ted Nugent shares farewell to his fans with his final-ever tour, “Adios Mofo ’23.” The legendary musician has announced his retirement from the road after more than five decades of electrifying performances and high-octane energy that have made him a household name in the rock world.
Known for his fusion of hard rock, heavy metal, and blues, Ted Nugent‘s music is a reflection of his love for freedom and the American way of life. With his catchy guitar riffs and dynamic stage presence, Nugent has cemented his place as one of the most exciting performers in rock history, thrilling fans with his raw energy and attitude.
Ted Nugent’s impressive touring legacy includes thousands of shows around the world, featuring pyrotechnics, high-flying guitar solos, and even live animals on stage. His most successful albums, including Cat Scratch Fever and Double Live Gonzo!, have sold millions of copies and spawned hit singles like Stranglehold, Cat Scratch Fever, and Wango Tango.
But after nearly six decades in the music industry, Nugent has decided to bid adieu to his fans with a final tour that promises to be the greatest and most intense of his career. “Adios Mofo ’23” will showcase Nugent’s incredible musicianship and feature new music that he can’t wait to unleash on his fans.
“This is my last tour,” Nugent announced. “But I’ll always play music. I’ve got new records I’m gonna make. I can’t wait to unleash some of these new songs.”
Nugent thanked his fans for their support and said that while his musical dream would continue, he would no longer be going on tour because “hotels are jail.” Instead, Nugent will be accompanied by his beloved dogs on the road.
“The point is the American Dream has a soundtrack, and with my unbelievable musicians for 65 years, I have created the most fun, titillating, centrally stimulating soundtrack in the history of the world,” Ted Nugent added.
Ted Nugent also shared a press statement about Adios Mofo 23 tour:
“Performing my killer songs with this killer band for these killer music loving audiences every night is an indescribable joyous musical celebration beyond words. Every song has a life of its own and the spirit and energy of each night is off the charts stimulating on all human levels and beyond. My amazing American Dream sure as hell ain’t over, and no way can I even see it from here! However, my fiery vaportrail of flamethrowing all American R&B and rock ‘n’ roll has been so much damn fun, I can hardly believe it. I will write The Book, but for now, it’s ‘Adios Mofo ’23’! Thank you thank you thank you all!
So get ready to rock with Ted Nugent one last time as he takes the stage for “Adios Mofo ’23,” the ultimate farewell tour from one of the greatest rock performers of all time.
Ted Nugent – ‘Adios Mofo 23’ Tour Dates:
These are the tour dates for a musical group or artist, with performances scheduled in various cities across the United States. The tour begins on July 20th at the Blue Gate Performing Arts Center in Shipshewana, Indiana, and continues through August 11th, with the final show taking place at the Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre in Detroit, Michigan. Other stops on the tour include Charles Town, WV, Rochester, NY, Jim Thorpe, PA, Owensboro, KY, Sayreville, NJ, and Marietta, OH. The tour includes a mix of theaters, casinos, and music halls, offering fans a range of venues to enjoy the performances.
- Jul. 20 – Blue Gate Performing Arts Center – Shipshewana, IN,
- Jul. 21 – Hollywood Casino – Charles Town, WV
- Jul. 25 – Kodak Center – Rochester, NY
- Jul. 26 – Keswick Theater – Glenside, PA
- Jul. 27 – Penn’s Peak – Jim Thorpe, PA
- Jul. 30 – RiverPark Center – Owensboro, KY
- Aug. 02 – Starland Ballroom – Sayreville, NJ
- Aug. 03 – American Music Theatre – Lancaster, PA
- Aug. 04 – The Meadows Racetrack & Casino – Washington, PA
- Aug. 05 – Clearfield County Fair – Clearfield, PA
- Aug. 06 – The Adelphia Music Hall – Marietta, OH
- Aug. 09 – The Temple Theatre – Saginaw, MI
- Aug. 10 – Rose Music Center – Huber Heights, OH
- Aug. 11 – Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill – Detroit, MI
You can watch Ted Nugent‘s tour statement below!