Eric Church is out on the road with the "Outsiders World Tour", which has claimed the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Hot Tours recap for making stops in over 60 cities and with 725,000 tickets sold. Church has broken attendance records during three shows with over 18,000 fans turning out for his performance.
Church has plans to keep the tour stops coming, including teaming the "Outsiders World Tour" with Kenny Chesney’s "Big Revival Tour" for multiple stadium shows. Church and Chesney’s first stadium stop is set to happen at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Indiana on May 9. They will also team up for stadium shows in Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Philadelphia and Detroit.
Church will also be making stops throughout his tour during festivals including the CMA Fest in Nashville and will celebrate the Fourth of July by performing at Willie Nelson's 4th of July Picnic in Austin, Texas and also taking part in Dear Jerry: Celebrating the Music of Jerry Garcia in Columbia, Maryland on May, 14. Different guests will join Church during his tour, including JD McPherson, Chris Stapleton and The Lone Bellow.
Church kicks off his May performances at the First Niagara Center in Buffalo, New York on May 1, with special guest The Lone Bellow, and makes his second stop at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey the following night. Church performs on May 7, at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky and heads to the Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Missouri on May 8.
Church will join Chesney on May 9 at Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis for a stadium stop and will perform in Columbia, Maryland on May 14, for Dear Jerry: Celebrating the Music of Jerry Garcia. Church makes a stop on May 20 at the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska with special guest Chris Stapleton. Church then performs on May 22 in Rapid City, South Dakota at Rushmore Plaza Civic Center.
Church is also set to take the stage on May 23 at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman, Montana and at the EnergySolutions Arena in Salt Lake City on May 25. Church then joins up with Chesney on May 30 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Church starts up the month of June by performing in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina at the Carolina Country Music Fest on June 6.
Church’s next stop happens in Orange Beach, Alabama at the Amphitheater at the Wharf on June 12. Church joins back up with Chesney on June 13 for a stadium show at The Georgia Dome in Atlanta and will take the stage in Nashville on June 14 for the CMA Fest. Church then performs at Black Diamond Harley-Davidson in Marion, Illinois on June 20.
Church is set to perform on June 26 during Country USA in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, then heads to Des Moines, Iowa on June 27 for a show at the River Bank Bash. Church starts up July with a bang by taking part in Willie Nelson's 4th of July Picnic in Austin, Texas at The Austin360 Amphitheater.
Church continues his July tour dates at Darling's Waterfront Pavillion in Bangor, Maine on July 9. Church will also be taking part in the Cavendish Beach Music Festival in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island on July 10. Church then teams up with Chesney once again on July 11 in Philadelphia for a stadium show at Lincoln Financial Field.
Church wraps up his July performances on July 24 at the Great Jones County Fair in Monticello, Iowa with special guest Charlie Worsham and on July 25 in Eau Claire, Wisconsin during Country Jam USA. Church has additional dates scheduled in August and September adding even more chances to catch him on the road!