The high-energy country music artist climbs back onboard the tour bus for a three months of dates in support of his third album, Chief, released in July on EMI Nashville.
With special guest Brantley Gilbert appearing on all dates, Church begins his latest journey in Fort Smith Ark., at the Convention Center Jan. 19. Other stops include Southaven, Miss., at the Desoto Civic Center Jan. 21; Saginaw, Mich., at the Dow Event Center Jan. 27; Knoxville, Tenn., at the Thompson Boling Arena Feb. 3; Cleveland’s Wolstein Center Feb. 24; Portland, Maine, at the Cumberland County County Center March 1; Lowell, Mass., at Tsongas Center March 2; and Orange Beach, Ala., at the Amphitheatre At The Wharf March 10.
The Cadillac Black, Blackberry Smoke, Sonia Leigh, Jon Pardi and Drake White will appear on select dates.
“We have been building our entire career for this tour,” Church said in a statement. “It is truly the culmination of a lot of blood, sweat and beer that has brought us to this point in our career. I have always trusted our fans to deliver with their dedication and passion, they have always exceeded my expectations. I have never been more excited to begin a tour than this one. The band and I are committed to emptying the tank every night and delivering the best show we can.”
Ticket prices will range from $34.75 for reserved seats to $199 for VIP “Put A Drink In Your Hand” packages which include premiere seating, a pre-show party, a two-song acoustic performance by Church plus plenty of memorabilia. For onsale information visit EricChurch.com.