Church adds tour dates
Saturday, January 21, 2023
– With more than 10 dates selling clean during the first day of public on sales, Eric Church eight new shows to The Outsiders Revival Tour spanning the U.S. and Canada this summer.
In addition to the originally announced slate of 27 dates, Church will also bring the outdoor experience – his first open-air trek in more than a decade – to newly added dates in, Toronto, Atlanta and Charlotte.
The new dates are:
June 29 Charleston, S.C. / Credit One Stadium Ashley McBryde, The Red Clay Strays
July 6 Toronto, Ontario / Budweiser Stage Koe Wetzel, Shane Smith & The Saints
July 27 Rogers, Ark. / Walmart AMP Midland, Ray Wylie Hubbard
Aug. 17 Orange Beach, Ala. / The Wharf Amphitheater Lainey Wilson, Jackson Dean
Aug. 24 Sarasota Springs, N.Y. / Saratoga Performing Arts Center Lainey Wilson, The Red Clay Strays
Sept. 10 George, Wash. / Gorge Amphitheatre Jelly Roll, Hailey Whitters
Sept. 21 Atlanta, Ga. / Ameris Bank Amphitheatre Whiskey Myers
Sept. 24 Charlotte, N.C. / PNC Music Pavilion Whiskey Myers
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