Let It Rock Tour

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Let It Rock Tour
Tour by Kevin Rudolf
Associated album In The City
Start date April 3, 2009
End date April 18, 2009
Legs 1
Shows 12 in North America
12 Total
Kevin Rudolf concert chronology
Let It Rock Tour
Music video
"Kevin Rudolf performing Let it rock in concert" on YouTube
Music video
"Kevin Rudolf performing Welcome to the World in concert" on YouTube

Cash Money's Kevin Rudolf headlined the Let It Rock Tour in 2009, presented by Live Nation. The tour kicked off on April 3 in Nashville, Tennessee, with ticket sales starting on February 26 and general public sales starting the next day through www.livenation.com. This was Rudolf's first U.S. headlining tour, which featured such supporting musical talent as Hyper Crush, Cash Cash, The Audition and Go Crash Audio. The tour went from April 3 to April 18. The remainder of the tour dates were cancelled for undisclosed reasons after The Audition dropped off the tour.


Tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
April 3, 2009 Nashville United States Rocketown
April 4, 2009 Louisville Headliners Music Hall
April 5, 2009 Detroit The Crofoot
April 7, 2009 Cincinnati Bogart's
April 8, 2009 Chicago House of Blues
April 10, 2009 Englewood Gothic Theatre
April 12, 2009 Sparks The New Oasis
April 13, 2009 San Francisco The Fillmore
April 14, 2009 Sacramento The Boardwalk
April 15, 2009 Las Vegas House of Blues
April 17, 2009 Los Angeles House of Blues
April 18, 2009 Anaheim House of Blues

Cancelled tour dates[edit]

Date City Country Venue
April 21, 2009 Dallas United States House of Blues
April 22, 2009 Houston House of Blues
April 23, 2009 New Orleans House of Blues
April 24, 2009 Atlanta The Masquerade
April 25, 2009 Orlando Journey's Backyard BBQ
April 26, 2009 Myrtle Beach House of Blues
April 28, 2009 Cleveland House of Blues
April 29, 2009 Buffalo Town Ballroom
May 1, 2009 Richmond Toad's Place
May 2, 2009 Alpharetta North Point Mall
May 7, 2009 Pittsburgh Mr. Smalls
May 8, 2009 Baltimore Sonar