Eric Church Brings Twice the Fun To Double Down Tour Set for 2019

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Eric Church is coming to a city near you. The “Springsteen” singer took to social media to share a video with his fans, announcing his Double Down Tour in 2019.

“Hey guys, so let’s talk,” Eric says in the video. “Desperate Man is done. I’m very proud of the album. Now it’s time to play it live. As we were thinking about this tour, and where do we go from where we’ve been, I thought about the Holdin’ My Own Tour. I thought about how special it was and how spiritual it was. I laid awake many nights in my bed thinking about how do you go from over 3 hours of music, where I’m giving everything I got and you’re giving everything you’ve got. Where do we go next? Where do we go from the Holdin’ My Own Tour? I think we double down. Not one unique show in each city but two unique shows in each city. Not 3 hours but 6 hours. We double down. Not Friday OR Saturday, but Friday AND Saturday. And we take over your F—- city.”

Eric revealed that his fan club, the Church Choir, gets first crack at buying tickets for the show, but he’s ready to get out and see all his fans.

“It’s going to be unique and it’s going to be epic. And I can’t wait to see you on the road,” Eric said.

The 19 city trek will kick off on January 18 in Omaha, Nebraska taking Eric to cities that include Dallas, Boston, Chicago, Pittsburgh and Los Angeles. Eric only has one show in Nashville, however it will be held at Nissan Stadium. The venue doubles the capacity held at Bridgestone Arena for his Holdin My Own Tour in 2017.

Tickets will be sold during Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan presale. All fans interested in priority access to tickets should get verified. Registration begins Friday, Sept. 21 at 10 am CT.

JAN 18 – OMAHA, NEB. – CHI HEALTH CENTER
JAN 19 – OMAHA, NEB. – CHI HEALTH CENTER
JAN 25 – ST. LOUIS, MO. – ENTERPRISE CENTER
JAN 26 – ST. LOUIS, MO. – ENTERPRISE CENTER
FEB 01 – BOSTON, MASS. – TD GARDEN
FEB 02 – BOSTON, MASS. – TD GARDEN
FEB 08 – MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. – TARGET CENTER
FEB 09 – MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. – TARGET CENTER
FEB 15 – DETROIT, MICH.  – LITTLE CAESARS ARENA
FEB 16 – DETROIT, MICH.  – LITTLE CAESARS ARENA
FEB 22 – CINCINNATI, OHIO – US BANK ARENA
FEB 23 – CINCINNATI, OHIO – US BANK ARENA
MAR 01 – KANSAS CITY, MO. – SPRINT CENTER
MAR 02 – KANSAS CITY, MO. – SPRINT CENTER
MAR 08 – TORONTO, ONT, CANADA – SCOTIABANK ARENA
MAR 09 – TORONTO, ONT, CANADA – SCOTIABANK ARENA
MAR 15 – GREENSBORO, N.C. – GREENSBORO COLISEUM COMPLEX
MAR 16 – GREENSBORO, N.C. – GREENSBORO COLISEUM COMPLEX
MAR 22 – CHICAGO, ILL. – ALLSTATE ARENA
MAR 23 – CHICAGO, ILL. – ALLSTATE ARENA
MAR 29 – MILWAUKEE, WIS. – FISERV FORUM
MAR 30 – MILWAUKEE, WIS. – FISERV FORUM
APR 12 – DALLAS, TEXAS – AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER
APR 13 – DALLAS, TEXAS – AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER
APR 19 – CLEVELAND, OHIO – QUICKEN LOANS ARENA
APR 20 – CLEVELAND, OHIO – QUICKEN LOANS ARENA
APR 26 – GREENVILLE, S.C. – BON SECOURS WELLNESS ARENA
APR 27 – GREENVILLE, S.C. – BON SECOURS WELLNESS ARENA
MAY 03 – PITTSBURGH, PA. – PPG PAINTS ARENA
MAY 04 – PITTSBURGH, PA. – PPG PAINTS ARENA
MAY 10 – DENVER, COLO. – PEPSI CENTER
MAY 11 – DENVER, COLO. – PEPSI CENTER
MAY 17 – LOS ANGELES, CALIF. – STAPLES CENTER
MAY 18 – LOS ANGELES, CALIF. – STAPLES CENTER
MAY 25 – NASHVILLE, TENN. –  NISSAN STADIUM
JUN 28 – GEORGE, WASH. – THE GORGE AMPHITHEATRE
JUN 29 – GEORGE, WASH. – THE GORGE AMPHITHEATRE
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