Eric Church Releases Second Leg Of Tour Due To Fan Demand

If it wasn’t already obvious enough that country music fans are in love with Eric Church based on his album sales alone, it should become so now with his overwhelming ticket sales for his first headlining tour. Eric broke the record previously set by Jason Aldean by selling the highest number of tickets ever for a live event at the Landers Center in Southaven, MS. He’s been experiencing sell-outs in various markets all over the United States as well for his “Blood, Sweat & Beers” 2012 tour.

Eric will now be bringing his critically acclaimed tour to New York City, Atlantic City, Orlando, Nashville, Minneapolis and many more major markets on the just-announced second leg. He’ll be headlining several venues including Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena and the Red Rocks Ampitheatre in Morrison, CO.

Tickets for these upcoming dates are on-sale now and fans also have the option of purchasing VIP packages where they will be treated to a private VIP pre-concert party which includes an intimate, acoustic performance by Eric backstage. For more information on the VIP ticket packages, and to get your concert tickets now, visit erichurch.com.

See the full list of 2012 tour dates below. Dates with an asterisk are the new dates added to the second leg:

Eric Church The Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour Dates
1/19      Fort Smith, AR- Fort Smith Convention Center
1/20      Cape Girardeau, MO- Show Me Center
1/21      Southaven, MS- Landers Center
1/26      Madison, WI – The Alliant Energy Center
1/27      Saginaw, MI- The Dow Event Center
1/28      Terre Haute, IN- The ISU Hulman Center
2/2        Savannah, GA-Savannah Civic Center
2/3        Knoxville, TN-Thompson Boling Arena
2/4        Norfolk, VA-Ted Constant Center
2/16      Greenville, SC-Bi-Lo Center
2/17      Salisbury, MD- Wicomico Civic Center
2/18      Greensboro, NC-Greensboro Coliseum
2/23      Battle Creek, MI-Kellogg Arena
2/24      Cleveland, OH-Wolstein Center at CSU
2/25      Ft. Wayne, IN- Allen County War Memorial Col.
3/1        Portland, ME- Cumberland Country Civic Center
3/2        Lowell, MA- Tsongas Center at UMASS Lowell
3/3        Indiana, PA- Kocalchick Center
3/8        Oklahoma City, OK- Chesapeake Energy Center
3/9        Jonesboro, AR – ASU Convocation Center*
3/10      Orange Beach, AL- Amphitheater at The Wharf
3/14      New York, NY – Hammerstein Ballroom*
3/15      Binghampton, NY – Broome County Arena*
3/16      Reading, PA – Sovereign Center*
3/17      Atlantic City, NJ – Etess Arena*
3/22      Estero, FL – Germain Arena*
3/23      Orlando, FL – UCF Arena*
3/24      Tallahassee, FL – Tallahassee Civic Center*
4/12      Tupelo, MS – BancorpSouth Arena*
4/13      Bossier City, LA – Centurylink Center*
4/14      Auburn, AL – Alpha Psi Rodeo*
4/19      Evansville, IN – Ford Center*
4/20      St Louis, MO – Chaifetz Arena*
4/21      Pikeville, KY – Eastern KY Expo Center*
4/26      Columbus, OH – Nationwide Arena*
4/27      Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena*
4/28      Bloomington, IL – US Cellular Coliseum*
5/3        Springfield, MO – JQH Arena*
5/5        Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena*
5/10      Toledo, OH – Huntington Center*
5/11      Hoffman Estates, IL – Sears Centre*
5/12      Youngstown, OH – Covelli Center*
5/17      Minneapolis, MN – Target Center*
5/18      Topeka, KS – Landon Arena*
5/19      Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre*
Opening acts for the various dates include Brantley Gilbert, Sonia Leigh, Blackberry Smoke, Jon Pardi, The Cadilliac Black and Drake White.
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