Justin Moore Stopping to Eat Waffles With Fans Following Album Release
Justin Moore is going to have a busy week Aug. 15-19 following the release of his new record Kinda Don’t Care on Friday (Aug. 12), but he’s always got time for waffles.
The singer has partnered with Waffle House for some special appearances under the yellow sign during a series of launch concerts in select locations, spending some quality time with his fans at his favorite post-show hang.
“I’ve been eating at Waffle House since before I can remember,” Moore says in a press release. “It is a go-to stop of mine on tour, so I am excited to share my post-show rituals with my fans. I’ve been working hard on the new music and can’t wait for everyone to hear it.”
As part of the campaign, Moore and Waffle House are hosting a sweepstakes for a chance to win a flyaway trip to a 2017 Moore show and hang out with him afterward at Waffle House. Fans can enter the contest from now through Sept. 30 on the sweepstakes website. Waffle House will also be promoting the new album on their classic TouchTune jukeboxes and providing extra credits to use on the players to anyone who plays a Moore song using the TouchTune app.
Kinda Don’t Care is Moore’s fourth studio album, which he’s been gradually introducing fans to on the Take It Outside Tour this summer.
“This is the best piece of music we’ve delivered because it gets more fun each time,” he says of the new record. “Naming the album Kinda Don’t Care is not meant to be nonchalant or careless. It’s meant to be a challenge to folks to live life a little more freely and be true to themselves.”
Moore also recently released a behind-the-scenes video about the making of the record, in which fans can get an even better feel for what the full album is like.
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