"Kinda Don’t Care" is not the case: Justin Moore makes plans to headline the Ryman

ABC/Image Group LA Justin Moore will play his first headlining date at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on Wednesday, May 2. The Arkansas native first took the stage at the Mother Church of Country Music nearly nine years ago, as part of the Opry Country Classics show.

“It’s sentimental because I’m a huge fan of the tradition of country music,” Justin says. “For me, playing the Ryman is more about that and all the people who have played there and what it’s meant to country music as a whole from generation to generation.”

Newcomers Travis Denning and Tyler Rich will open, with pre-sales starting on Wednesday, before tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday. 

Justin’s latest single, “Kinda Don’t Care,” just entered country’s top 40.

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