Season 13 American Idol Winner Caleb Johnson to Open for KISS on 2016 Summer American "Freedom to Rock" Tour

Johnson will join KISS to 17 cities kicking off on July 7th in Boise, Idaho and closing on August 10th in Green Bay, Wisconsin - Tickets officially on sale Friday, April 15th

America’s # 1 Gold Record and Award Winning Group of all time KISS is set to have recording artist Caleb Johnson (American Idol Season 13 winner) open for them on their upcoming 2016 Summer American “Freedom To Rock” TourHe will kick off the tour on Thursday, July 7th in Boise, Idaho at the Taco Bell Arena and finish up on Wednesday, August 10th in Green Bay, Wisconsin at the Resch Centre.

In the tradition of rock & rolls’ most iconic performers, Caleb Johnson turns his own passion and unrest into music with a fierce and gut-punching but wildly uplifting emotional power. Winner of the thirteenth season of America Idol, the 24-year-old North Carolina native has already electrified audiences of millions with his commanding vocals and a fiery energy that honors his longtime love of hard rock and heavy metal.

Caleb is currently working in Nashville, Tennessee with celebrated musician/producer Bryan Sutton on his forthcoming EP which will be available later this year via Pledge Music.  The 1st track released, “Holding On”, is available now through all digital platforms. PledgeMusic (

Tickets will go on sale beginning Friday April 15th for all concert dates. Visit for more ticket information.

“Freedom To Rock” Tour Dates with Caleb Johnson include:

July 7                                     Boise, Idaho                                                       Taco Bell Arena
July 9                                     Eugene, Oregon                                                 Matthew Knight Arena
July 10                                   Kennewick, Washington                                    Toyota Center
July 15                                   Spokane, Washington                                        Spokane Arena
July 16                                   Bozeman, Montana                                            Breeden Fieldhouse
July 18                                   Colorado Springs, Colorado                               World Arena
July 20                                   Independence, Missouri                                    Silverstein Eye Centers Arena
July 22                                   Lincoln, Nebraska                                               Pinnacle Bank Arena
July 23                                   Springfield, Missouri                                           JQH Arena
July 25                                   Wichita, Kansas                                                   Intrust Bank Arena
July 27                                   Sioux City, Iowa                                                    Tyson Events Center
August 1                               Mankato, Minnesota                                           Verizon Wireless Center              
August 3                               Duluth, Minnesota                                              Amsoil Arena
August 5                               Moline, Illinois                                                     iWireless Arena
August 6                               La Crosse, Wisconsin                                          La Crosse Center
August 8                               Milwaukee, Wisconsin                                        BMO Harris Bradley Center
August 10                             Green Bay, Wisconsin                                         Resch Center