Bob Seger adds third metro Detroit date as part of farewell tour

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After gifting metro Detroiters with the ultimate Valentine's Day gift last week, Bob Seger has added a third date to his previously announced pair of shows in June.

In an announcement Tuesday afternoon, Bob Seger and his longstanding Silver Bullet Band will perform on Wednesday, June 12 making it the "Katmandu" rocker's 30th appearance at DTE Energy Music Theatre (formerly Pine Knob Music Theatre). The 73-year-old Michigan icon is also slated to take the stage at DTE on Thursday, June 6 and Saturday, June 8.



The set of shows follows months of anticipation after Seger announced details of his North American farewell trek, aptly named "The Roll Me Away Tour," last year with no hometown dates on the roster.

Remaining tickets for all three shows go on sale starting Saturday, Feb. 23 at 10 a.m. and can be purchased here. Fan club members, however, have first access to the June 12 performance starting tomorrow at 10 a.m. while fan pre-sale for June 6 and 8 are available today via Seger's official website.



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