Kip Moore launched a new skatepark in Cincinnati, Ohio on Wednesday (July 27). The Warsaw Federal Skatepark, a project of the Lower Price Hill Neighborhood Enhancement Program, now features a 35-foot-by-68-foot pump track, three grind rails and a Hubba skate ledge as part of Moore's Comeback Kid Skatepark Project.
Kip Moore doesn't shy away from helping others or getting behind causes he believes in. The "Running for You" singer recently spent the day at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, where he met with young patients.
Kip Moore's new Wild Ones album is in stores and at digital retailers now, but he set aside a few extra copies for his friends at Taste of Country. You can win one of five signed copies of the "I'm to Blame" singer's second album right here.
Kip Moore refuses to sit quietly while scalpers sell his tickets, and in his opinion, take advantage of the working men and women who attend his shows. After another never-ending Twitter argument with ESPN radio host Jeff Thurn over the weekend, the country singer has agreed to have a real debate -- on air.
Kip Moore has taken the podium, opening up about something that really gets him riled: ticket scalpers. Moore posted a handwritten, very heartfelt letter on his Facebook page to let his fans know he's doing as much as he can to keep ticket prices low -- and tickets away from scalpers.