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May 19 Show at Legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO is a Sell-Out Totaling 21 Sold-Out Shows To-Date
Church Returns to NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Monday, March 19

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NASHVILLE, Tenn.– Multi-ACM and GRAMMY-nominated country arena headliner Eric Church will take The Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour under the blood red sky approximately 6,450 feet above sea level to perform at the infamous open-air Red Rocks Amphitheatre (Morrison, CO) for a sold-out crowd on May 19. This marks his twenty-first sold-out show on the tour, including his performance in New York City on Wednesday, March 14 at Hammerstein Ballroom. “It’s so surreal. I don’t know what the hell happened in a year and a half post-CHIEF [current RIAA Gold-certified album], but it’s great. My fans have a passion for this music, I have a passion for it and we’ve both believed in it, and this is what has happened,” Church told the Cleveland Plain-Dealer in a recent interview.

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He will also perform on NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon in support of his current single  “Springsteen,” on Monday, March 19. The song is currently No. 20 on the Country Billboard chart after just six weeks — by far his fastest-rising radio single to-date.
The Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour, which kicked off on January 19 in Fort Smith, AR, is Church’s first-ever headlining arena tour, a giant step up since performing in rock bars just a year ago to roughly 2,000 fans on a good night. Now, Church’s shows average 7,500 tickets sold.
Scott McLennan of The Boston Globe assumed the role of one of those fans at the Tsongas Center March 2 and remembers, “Church began with ‘Country Music Jesus,’ and 90 minutes later it seemed that country’s savior wears a ball cap and mirrored shades, not a cowboy hat.” Jim Harrington of the Oakland Tribune adds, “Arguably the hottest artist in country music these days.”
The show at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre follows a jam-packed spring tour schedule including stops in Tallahassee, FL, Las Vegas, NV, Columbus, OH, Lexington, KY,  Nashville, TN and more. VIP Packages that include an intimate backstage performance and meet-and-greet are also available for purchase on the site. Fans can also become a member of the Church Choir fan club to become eligible for exclusive news and prizes here: www.EricChurch.com/join.
The Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour Upcoming Dates:
3/14 | New York, NY | Hammerstein Ballroom
3/15 | Binghamton, NY | Broome County Arena
3/16 | Reading, PA | Sovereign Center
3/17 | Atlantic City, NJ | Etness Arena
3/22 | Estero, FL | Germain Arena
3/23 | Orlando, FL | UCF Arena
3/24 | Tallahassee, FL | Tallahassee Civic Center
3/31 | Las Vegas, NV | Freemont Street (ACM Awards)
4/12 | Tupelo, MS | BancorpSouth Arena
4/13 | Bossier City, LA | Centurylink Center
4/14 | Auburn, AL | Alpha Psi Rodeo
4/19 | Evansville, IN | Ford Center
4/20 | St. Louis, MO | Chaifetz Arena
4/21 | Pikeville, KY | Eastern Kentucky Expo Center
4/26 | Columbus, OH | Nationwide Arena
4/27 | Lexington, KY | Rupp Arena
4/28 | Bloomington, IL | US Cellular Coliseum
5/3 | Springfield, MO | JQH Arena
5/5 | Nashville, TN | Bridgestone Arena
5/10 | Toledo, OH | Huntington Center
5/11 | Hoffman Estates, IL | Sears Centre
5/12 | Youngstown, OH | Covelli Center
5/17 | Minneapolis, MN | Target Center
5/18 | Topeka, KS | Landon Arena
5/19 | Morrison, CO | Red Rocks Amphitheatre
5/26 | Baton Rouge, LA | Bayou Country Superfest
6/1 | Buffalo, NY | Coca Cola Field
6/9 | Chattanooga, TN | Riverbend Music Festival
6/9 | Nashville, TN | CMA Music Festival at LP Field
6/10 | Sparta, IL | World Shooting and Recreation
6/14 | Enterprise, AL | Bamajam
6/23 | Atlantic City, NJ | Metallica’s Orion Festival
6/30 | Bluefield, WV | Mitchell Stadium

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