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Ted Nugent Announces Final Tour ‘Adios Mofo 23’

Ted Nugent Announces Final Tour 'Adios Mofo 23'

Ted Nugent has announced his final-ever tour, Adios Mofor ’23. The legendary rock musician admitted that he would retire from the road after Adios Mofor ’23 tour.

Nugent‘s music is a fusion of hard rock, heavy metal, and blues, with catchy guitar riffs and energetic performances. He is known for his dynamic stage presence, which has earned him a reputation as one of the most electrifying performers in rock history. Nugent’s songs are full of raw energy and attitude, reflecting his love for hunting, freedom, and the American way of life.

Over the course of his career, Nugent has sold millions of albums and performed thousands of shows around the world. His touring legacy is one of the most impressive in the music industry, spanning over five decades. Nugent’s live shows are renowned for their intensity and high-octane energy, featuring pyrotechnics, high-flying guitar solos, and even live animals on stage.

Nugent‘s most successful albums include Cat Scratch Fever, Double Live Gonzo!, and Weekend Warriors, which spawned hit singles such as Stranglehold, Cat Scratch Fever, and Wango Tango. His music has influenced countless musicians and bands, and his guitar playing has been praised by fans and critics alike.

Recently, after playing nearly six decades in rock music, Ted Nugent announced that this summer would mark his final tour in music. Saying that he would always play music, Nugent added that he will also play new music.

“This is ‘Adios Mofo’. This is my last tour,” Nugent says. “Now 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. I’ve got an instrumental called ‘Butter Fingers’ that is just greasy. You can’t eat barbecue ever again adequately without the song ‘Butter Fingers’ playing loud next to your brisket.”

Ted Nugent also thanked people who supported him throughout his career.

“The point being is thank you, everybody, for an incredible musical dream,” he reveals. “The musical dream will continue but I’m not going on tour anymore because hotels are jail. [Laughs] A hotel room is jail for me. My dogs won’t allow me to not spend a day with them, so [my dogs] will go on the road with me this year. But the logistics are just too complicated when you have dogs and grandkids and kids and so many other things.

“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.

“Like last year, in 2022, ‘Detroit Muscle’, this will be the greatest, most intense, tightest, most dynamic, outrageously fun tour of my life. But ‘Adios Mofo’.”


As of April 2023, Ted Nugent’s Adios Mofo ’23 tour dates are as follows:

Ted Nugent's Adios Mofo '23
Ted Nugent’s Adios Mofo ’23 Tour
  • July 20 – Shipshewana, IN @ Blue Gate Performing Arts Center
  • July 21 – Charles Town, WV @ Hollywood Casino
  • July 25 – Rochester, NY @ Kodak Center
  • July 26 – Glenside, PA @ Keswick Theater
  • July 27 – Jim Thorpe, PA @ Penn’s Peak
  • July 30 – Owensboro, KY @ RiverPark Center
  • August 02 – Sayreville, NJ @ Starland Ballroom
  • August 03 – Lancaster, PA @ American Music Theatre
  • August 04 – Washington, PA @ The Meadows Racetrack
  • August 05 – Clearfield, PA @ Clearfield County Fair
  • August 06 – Marietta, OH @ The Adelphia Music Hall
  • August 09 – Saginaw, MI @ The Temple Theatre
  • August 10 – Huber Heights, OH @ Rose Music Center
  • August 11 – Detroit, MI @ Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill

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      1. Boss Man you’ve got to come to Tampa or Orlando my wife has never seen you and absolutely has to
        Luv ya brother

    1. I asked Jason Hartless about Ted returning to Iron City.He said more dates get added all the time.Fingers crossed!!

    1. Indeed! Ted’s a gun loving patriot, who loves his country, and all that the USA stands for! Come south Ted. I saw you damn near hang yourself at the Lakeland Civic Center in Florida in 1976. You were swinging from these massive Marshall speakers, dressed like Tarzan! Please come close to Atlanta, Ga. Brother. CSF!

  1. Please come back to Kansas City! I haven’t gone to a concert in many years, due to severe arthritis, but I WILL come you see you play, one last time!

  2. What a run. Saw you opening for Black Sabbath. And then solo. I still have great memories. Your signed book will bill handed down. And will continue to see me hearing specialists. Rock on Ted.

  3. I’m so sad to see NO Southern California dates on tour PLEASE come play here!!!😞you have MANY die hard fans here!
    I’m 64 have loved your music all my life! we are FOR God, Country, truth logic and common sense and we watch you every night and Shemane too ❤️we belong to our local Liberty Lap 🇺🇸and we ALL were So hoping to come see you live! And give you one of our flags!!
    You played In Big Bear California a few years back but sadly I couldn’t make that show😞
    Please Uncle Ted Rock Cali one last time as only you can!!!! We love you Ted and would would love to have you as Governor of California Whoo whooo SAVE Cali!!
    The Lord Bless you and Keep you
    and make His face to shine on you May He give you peace! God Bless You Ted and may God continue to bless the United States of America🇺🇸

    1. I believe Uncle Ted played three consecutive years in Big Bear Lake at the then, “ The Cave “, 2017, 18, 19. I attended the 2017 and 2019 and it was vintage Ted Nugent. Unfortunately, The Cave no longer exists; it was a wonderful venue. I would hope he would say farewell to So. California, but Ted isn’t shy on his thoughts of this liberal state, and the ultra liberal lunatic Governor we have running California further into the ground.

    2. Yea Ted, come to Southern California😀 I know we’re a Communist State, But you the Man and would love to see you one last time!

  4. I was in the Air Force stationed at Barksdale AFB Shreveport La. in the late 70’s and went to one of your shows. To this day I remember how great you were on stage and how loud the music was.

  5. Pleeeeeeeze Uncle Ted come to Missouri where you will have the most freedom loving rock and roll fans starved for the musical talents of the Motor City Madman!

  6. It’s unbelievable that Ted is not a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. No disrespect to those that are in, “But” many of them couldn’t carry Ted’s guitar to the stage.

  7. Pleassseee Uncle Ted come to The AMP in Rogers, AR. You were my first concert when I was 13 in KCK. Now 45 years later I have to see you on your Adios tour!

  8. Come on Ted no Fla dates I took my 10 year old daughter to a show house of blues Orlando 2002 our ears had a beautiful ring for 2 days… come to Fla

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