Eric Church Tickets

As Eric Church preps for his 2017 Holdin’ My Own Tour, he’s bringing fans around the nation some of the best that country music has to offer. His fifth album, “Mr. Misunderstood,” came out last November and received rave reviews from both fans and critics, peaking at number two on the US Billboard 200. With dozens of hits spanning a decade of record releases, it’s easy for this country star to put together a setlist that fans will enjoy from start to finish. He’ll be performing around the country in early 2017 before concluding the tour in Nashville. Eric Church tickets are pretty much guaranteed to sell out, so get your Eric Church tickets on Razorgator today!
Eric Church Tickets - Eric Church Tour Dates
Date Event Location
Fri Apr 27 7:30 PM Eric Church Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Houston, TX
Sat Apr 28 7:00 PM Eric Church Austin360 Amphitheater
Austin, TX
Sat Jul 21 7:30 PM Eric Church California Mid-State Fair
Paso Robles, CA
Sat Aug 11 8:00 PM Eric Church Choctaw Event Center - Durant
Durant, OK

Eric Church Tour News

Eric Church just turned 40 years old, and he’s showing his age by performing into the wee hours at almost every stop on his current tour. Performing in Tampa on May 4, Church rocked for nearly four hours, singing into the nine different mics that had been set across the stage so he could face any direction and sing to any fan he wanted to. The crowd was roaring the entire time and it seemed as though Church never even needed a breather. His next stop will be at the Santander Arena in Reading, PA, on May 18. Tickets for that show are still available and start as low as $64.
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Country music singer and superstar Eric Church knew he was taking on an intimidating task by embarking on a solo headlining tour, but he did it anyway. Now, several shows in, each performance has lived up to the Holdin’ My Own theme. Church admits that he was slightly daunted by pressure; however, even when nervous, he has always been able to feed off of the crowd’s energy in order to push through and have fun. With just over a month to go on the road, you won’t want to miss Church when he visits your city. Catch him Saturday, April 29 at SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Hampshire. Tickets are $67.

The country music fans in Calgary got an extra special treat this week, thanks to some very snowy weather. Eric Church had a scheduled stop at the Scotiabank Saddledome, but the weight of the snow plus the weight of Church’s set would have simply been too much for the venue to handle. Instead of cancelling, the singer did a mostly-acoustic set, which included songs like “These Boots.” Up next, Eric Church will make his way back into the U.S. for a couple shows in Washington State this weekend. On Friday, March 17, he’ll be at the Spokane Arena in Spokane and on Saturday, March 18, he’ll headline at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma. Tickets start at $38.

Being a roadie for a huge arena tour is a dream job for anybody, but for one young man, it’s simply a way to spend more time with dad. Country music superstar Eric Church is a well-known family man, and he’s letting his five-year-old son have a chance to learn the family business as he travels for his “Holdin’ My Own Tour.” Boone is an enthusiastic helper, getting the choir into position by signaling with a flashlight and making sure that his dad is on time to start the show. Let’s hope Boone keeps things running smoothly for Church’s upcoming show at the Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta. Get tickets for Saturday, March 11, from us now for $65 and up!

Eric Church is old school. That’s why fans were delighted, but not surprised, when the country singer-songwriter played for over three hours during an unreal show at Quicken Loans Arena in late February. Even though the place was packed, Church played and talked as if he was in a small-town bar, hanging out with old friends. He told stories, got the crowd engaged, and then blew their socks off with the rock and country songs he’s become famous for. The band played nearly 40 songs and the crowd loved every one of them. The tour now heads north of the border, starting with a show in Saskatoon on March 9. Tickets for that performance start at $61.

Eric Church is certainly holding his own as his Holdin’ My Own Tour continues. He already has big plans, however, once the concert series wraps up this summer. It was recently announced that Church is set to rock the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, from September 29 through October 1 as a headliner for the Route 91 Harvest Festival. He will be joined by the likes of Jason Aldean and Sam Hunt along with numerous others. In the meantime, catch him when he visits Michigan’s Palace of Auburn Hills on Saturday, February 25. Tickets are on sale and available for prices starting as low as just $93. Don’t miss it!

It is common for musicians to have an opening act as part of their tour, but Eric Church is doing things differently on his "Holdin' My Own" Tour. Rather than an opening band, Church will hit the stage for two sets, performing all his hits, including "Springsteen," and "Give Me Back My Hometown." The show has no intermission and includes music from throughout his entire career. During his show in Brooklyn, Church played for more than three hours, performing 36 songs before his encore performance. Church and his band performs in Atlanta on February 16 and then heads to Birmingham, AL, for the next night and will finish the weekend by playing in Southaven, MS, on February 18. Get your tickets now, with prices starting at $114.

The inaugural Kickoff Concert in North Carolina was such a success with Eric Church headlining that the second concert date has already been set for August of 2017. In the meantime, Church just released a single that’s being played around the country called, “Kill the Word.” The song is an attempt to put an end to some of the vitriolic conversation that’s taken hold of the country during the constant coverage of the presidential campaign. Church doesn’t make a habit of taking political stances, but he felt like it was the right time to release this single and that’s exactly what he did. Church’s 2017 tour will kick off in Lincoln, NE on January 13, and tickets are available starting at $142.
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