On a night that felt as much like a late-summer concert as a political event, Kid Rock joined Donald Trump Jr. and other supporters of the president at a campaign rally east of Detroit.
The homegrown rock-rapper — one of the most prominent Trump boosters in the celebrity ranks — performed just after sunset for several thousand along the Clinton River in Harrison Township, Michigan.
Hours earlier, he’d announced on social media that his next major tour, still to be scheduled, will be the last of his career.
Rock and his Twisted Brown Trucker band played a four-song acoustic-style set on a stage atop a barge, following remarks by Trump and his girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle.
Boaters also converged on the water outside Bumpers Landing Boat Club, with security on personal watercraft keeping them distanced from the staging area.