Atlanta's Gwinnett Center is an increasingly popular spot for concerts, and there will be plenty of chances to see a show there before the end of the year. Fans of contemporary country music won't want to miss the chance to see Eric Church, as he brings his Outsiders World Tour to the Gwinnett Center on Thursday, Dec. 11. Tickets range from $30 to $70 and are available online.
This is the fourth album for Eric Church, and he sees it as a defining one. There are very few covers in the current live show, which features Church really taking ownership of his defiant, adventurous style. He won't be alone on the tour, either, as both Dwight Yoakam and Halestorm will be on the bill as well. Fans of country legend Yoakam will also note that he has been beefing up his acting resume with a recent stint on the Stephen King series "Under the Dome."
Certain sections of the venue will be participating in the ticketless entry system, which is a new way of delivering tickets without any actual paper exchanging hands. For those sections, all you need is the credit card used to make the purchase, and a valid photo ID. This means that if you have purchased tickets for someone else, you will need to be on hand in order for that person to gain entry, or you will need to contact AXS Ticketing in advance to list the attendee as an alternate ticket user.