Ted Nugent and the gray skidmark on his chin are coming to Dayton for his final tour.
The outspoken draft-dodging conservative will bring his “Adios Mofo” tour to Huber Heights’ Rose Music Center on Aug. 10.
This will be Nugent’s last time touring in his career, according to a press release, but one can imagine his podcast “The Nightly Nuge” and his servitude to former President Donald Trump will continue to rage on.
Most recently, Nugent joined the chorus of human gas stations to voice his outrage over Bud Light partnering with trans activist Dylan Mulvaney, a University of Cincinnati alum.
“I made sure that my entire crew and my family will never allow any Anheuser-Bush products anywhere near my world,” Nugent said in a Newsmax interview. “If that industry can be so out of touch and disrespectful to its consumer base, then, like Kid Rock said, ‘Have a nice day, dirtbags.’”
Nugent, who got his musical start as a member of the Amboy Dukes in the ‘60s, is known for solo rock hits like “Cat Scratch Fever,” “Stranglehold,” and “Motor City Madness.” He’s also known for his patriot-themed videos and tweets endorsing far-right conspiracy theories about mass shootings, COVID-19 and election fraud.
Appearing on the conservative news show Real America’s Voice alongside Kyle Rittenhouse in March, Nugent weaves a conspiracy about Michelle Obama’s gender into an islamophobic rant about former President Barack Obama.
“Barack Obama, you punk, you horrible, anti-American, communist, Islamic terrorist,” Nugent said. “Boy, that’s going to go in the media. That’s what he was! He literally reignited racism in America. Thanks a lot, Barack and your buddy Mike and your two fake daughters […] show me a picture of Mike Obama pregnant, and show me the two daughters in their youth. Those pictures don’t exist because his wife is Mike.”
Tickets for Nugent’s final tour will go on sale to the public beginning at 10 a.m. on April 14 at ticketmaster.com and at the Rose Music Center Box Office.
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