After his 62-show Holdin’ My Own Tour wraps with two back-to-back sold-out nights at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena May 26-27, only 10 shows total will remain in 2017

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – When Eric Church’s 2017 Holdin’ My Own Tour launched
in January, the 62-stop tour encompassing 40+ states and provinces in
less than five months promised to give fans everything in Church’s
arsenal. With “the attitude of rock ‘n’ roll, transgression and a little
sin,” (The Courant) Church has been delivering on that vow
with over 35 songs and three hours of music spanning his five-album
discography each and every night. As he prepares for its last dozen
stops in May, Church is looking to the future still, adding 8 remaining
plays to his 2017 calendar, leaving only 10 opportunities coast-to-coast
to see Church live after his Holdin’ My Own Tour wraps May 26-27 in Nashville, Tennessee with the first of eight going on sale May 12 at 10 a.m.

the eight new performances, Church will retire his two-set model (for
now), and bring special guests to join him. The first to be announced
for his Alabama dates Sept. 15-16 are CMA and ACM Duo of the Year
winners, Brothers Osborne, and singer/songwriter Ashley McBryde who fans
from Church’s Chicago show will remember due to their rousing rendition
of “Bible and a .44” off her Jalopies & Expensive Guitars album.

“This tour has been so special musically; I can honestly say I’m really
gonna miss it,” Church says referring to not only the journey but seeing
everyone on their feet night-after-night singing as loud as they can
for the entire show. “That being said, I’m looking forward to sharing
the bill with some artists I enjoy.  It’s gonna be a fun challenge to
turn a three-hour show into a shorter one that can vary drastically

With surprise collaborative moments from newcomers like McBryde to Deep Purple’s Glenn Hughes and Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell to guest choirs that have appeared at every stop, Holdin’ My Own Tour has notched the #1 most attended touring concert in the world in 2017 according to Pollstar with
critics noting, “in a relatively short time Eric Church has firmly
established himself as one of the best live performers of his
generation,” Thom Jennings of the Niagra Gazette observed following his Buffalo show. “His
albums keep getting progressively better as do his live shows. It may
only be a matter of time before he is too big for hockey arenas and will
start headlining stadium shows.”

Until then, you can see him here and only here June and beyond:
June 23 Cadott, WI at Country Fest+
Sept. 2 and 3 Stateline, NV at Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys**
Sept 7, 2017 Austin, TX at Austin 360 Amphitheater**
Sept. 8, 2017 Houston, TX at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion**
Sept 15, 2017 Tuscaloosa, AL at Tuscaloosa Amphitheater*
Sept 16, 2017 Orange Beach, AL at The Wharf Amphitheater*
Sept 21 and 22 Gilford, NH at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion**
Oct. 29 Las Vegas, NV at Route 91 Festival+
*With special guests Brothers Osborne and Ashley McBryde; on sale May 12 at 10 a.m.
**Special guests announced soon
+Previously announced

Additional support announcement and on sale information coming soon.

Pre-sales will be powered by Ticketmaster Verified Fan, an innovative
new technology from Ticketmaster built to help Church continue to combat
bots and get tickets into the hands of real fans who intend to go to
the shows.

For more information, visit  

Eric Church / Photo Credit: Reid Long

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