Eric Church tour tickets are available for sale.
Here's upcoming Eric Church concert schedule as below:
Note: There GA for Church's concerts are available at this moment.
The 2014 Eric Church tour had barely gathered momentum when additional dates were announced. Good news for "Church Choir" fans, who will have additional opportunities to get Eric Church tickets through February 2015.
The Outsiders World Tour is in support of Church's 4th studio album. The Outsiders hit #1 on the United States Billboard Top Country Albums and U.S. Billboard 200 Albums charts.
To date, four Eric Church songs have been released, including the title track The Outsiders. Talladega is the latest single released. Others are Cold One and Give me Back my Hometown.
Country legend Dwight Yoakam, hard rock Halestrom, Brandy Clark and Brothers Osborne will share opening duties for the Eric Church concert tour.
The buzz is all about Eric's unique stage, which he compares to a transformer. The big reveal is a don't-miss. No spoiler intended – but get ready to be blown away as the drummer descends from upper rigging to appear onstage. Lots more surprises in store, such as the spinning stage. Enough said, if you're a special effects junkie, you'll be in your element.
Are any of these your favorite Eric Church songs?
Drink in My Hand – 2011 Album Chief
This rocking country song about drinking troubles away was Church's first to climb to the top of the chart on Billboard's Hot Country Songs.
Springsteen also from Chief
Said to be Church's career breakthrough song. This story-song about young love skillfully interweaves mentions of Springsteen's music. It certified double platinum, plus hit #1. The Boss, himself, was suitably impressed and wrote a fan letter to Church.
Smoke a Little Smoke – 2009 Album Carolina
Smoke a Little Smoke advocates leaning on one's drug of choice to recover from a love gone wrong.
The Outsiders – 2013 Album The Outsiders
Church at his outlaw best leads fans out of the mainstream and into the hearts and minds of rebels everywhere. This hard-driving, bass-intense song is a declaration on behalf of the "…junkyard dogs… alley cats… fighters… all-nighters…"