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Church opens residency at his Nashville venue

Tuesday, March 12, 2024 – Eric Church will kick off the opening of his downtown Nashville entertainment/food complex, Chief's, with a 19-show Eric Church: To Beat The Devil residency run beginning April 5.

"These shows at Chief's will be one of a kind, only for Chief's and with some songs that will only ever be performed during these shows," said Church. "It's the most unique show I'll probably ever do, and I'm excited to enjoy this chapter of what Chief's will be."

Tickets will be offered initially to premium Church Choir members via a sign-up system beginning today and ending at 11:59 p.m. Sunday. The Church Choir presale starts at 11 a.m. eastern on March 20 and at 11 a.m. eastern on March 22 to the public if any tickets remain.

Tickets are non-transferable and will be available for pickup at the venue box office the evening of the show immediately prior to entering the venue. Name changes on orders will not be permitted.

All seats are reserved seating with pricing ranging from $99 to $499 (with no additional ticketing fees) and a portion of proceeds from every ticket benefits Church's non-profit, Chief Cares.

Dates are:
Friday, April 5 (Grand Opening)
Wednesday, April 17
Thursday, April 18
Monday, April 29
Tuesday, April 30
Wednesday, May 1
Tuesday, May 7
Wednesday, May 8
Friday, May 10
Saturday, May 11
Tuesday, May 14
Wednesday, May 15
Friday, May 17
Tuesday, May 21
Wednesday, May 22
Thursday, June 6
Friday, June 7
Saturday, June 8
Sunday, June 9

Church teamed up with Adventurous Journeys Capital Partners to create Chief's. The venue is a six-story bar, restaurant and live music venue. Chief's will house a studio for live broadcasting, inclusive of Church's Outsiders Radio SiriusXM channel, with the capability of hosting broadcasts by various media partners. Chief's will also feature a restaurant partnership with James Beard Award Winning Pitmaster Rodney Scott. Rodney Scott's Whole Hog BBQ will overlook downtown with its 'Hell of a Q' rooftop offering. Chief's is located at 200 Broadway.

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