Eric Church Surprises Fans With Announcement of Massive Stadium Concert

Eric Church; Photo by John Shearer
Eric Church; Photo by John Shearer
Eric Church; Photo by John Shearer

Eric Church just announced a one-of-a-kind headlining show set to take place Memorial Day Weekend at Milwaukee’s American Family Field in Wisconsin.

Supporting Church at the show on Saturday, May 28 will be award-winning country duo, Brothers Osborne, and rising star, Parker McCollum.

Eric Church One Hell Of A Night In Milwaukee
Eric Church One Hell Of A Night In Milwaukee

“Back in 2006, I think I was first-of-six booked at Country Thunder, but it was the big stage,” Church recalls. “Sinners had just been released… and the next year I remember playing Kelly’s Bleachers and half the room was there to see us play, the other half had no idea who we were. The next time we played, those 378 people brought friends… and that never really stopped. This time I’m bringing friends with me, too. See you on May 28, Milwaukee.” 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Fans looking to have “one hell of a night in Milwaukee” need to set their reminders for 10 a.m. CT on Friday, February 18th– or Friday, February 11th if you are a member of the Church Choir – to get tickets. Those who aren’t members of Church’s fan club and still join to obtain access to the pre-sale. They will also receive early entry, food, drinks, and an exclusive gift by adding the Church Choir Pre-Show Gathering package to their tickets.

Fans who can’t make it to Milwaukee can still catch The Chief on his Gather Again Tour, which runs throughout the summer. 

Upcoming Eric Church Tour Dates
February 11         Omaha, Neb.  ||  CHI Health Center
February 12         Des Moines, Iowa  ||  Wells Fargo Arena
February 18         Kansas City, Mo.  ||  T-Mobile Center
February 19         Tulsa, Okla.  ||  BOK Center
February 25         Hampton, Va.  ||  Hampton Coliseum
February 26         Charlotte, N.C.  ||  Spectrum Center
March 4               Orlando, Fla.  ||  Amway Center
March 5               Tampa, Fla.  ||  Amalie Arena
March 11             Chicago, Ill.  ||  United Center
March 12             St. Louis, Mo.  ||  Enterprise Center
March 18             Green Bay, Wis.  ||  Resch Center
March 19             Green Bay, Wis.  ||  Resch Center
March 25             Birmingham, Ala.  ||  Legacy Arena at the BJCC
March 26             Little Rock, Ark.  ||  Simmons Bank Arena
April 1                 Fort Worth, Texas  ||  Dickies Arena
April 2                 San Antonio, Texas  ||  AT&T Center
April 9                 New Orleans, La.  ||  Smoothie King Center
April 15               Portland, Ore.  ||  Moda Center
April 16               Spokane, Wash.  ||  Spokane Arena
April 29               Boise, Idaho  ||  ExtraMile Arena
April 30               Salt Lake City, Utah  ||  Vivint Arena
May 6                  San Diego, Calif.  ||  Pechanga Arena
May 7                  Los Angeles, Calif.  ||  Crypto.com Arena
May 11                Sacramento, Calif.  ||  Golden 1 Center
May 13                Las Vegas, Nev.  ||  T-Mobile Arena
May 14                Glendale, Ariz.  ||  Gila River Arena
May 20                New York, N.Y.  ||  Madison Square Garden
May 28                Milwaukee, Wis.  ||  American Family Field
June 17                Wildwood, N.J.  ||  Barefoot Country Music Fest
June 23                Mack, Colo.  ||  Country Jam 2022                     
July 1                   Ottawa, Ontario  ||  Canadian Tire Centre
July 2                   Toronto, Ontario  ||  Scotiabank Arena
July 9                   Pendleton, Ore.  ||  Pendleton Whisky Music Festival
July 30                 Camrose, Alberta  ||  Big Valley Jamboree
August 27            Stateline, Nev.  ||  Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s
August 28            Stateline, Nev.  ||  Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s