Eric Church In the Round: The Gather Again Tour Comes to Dickies Arena, April 1, 2022

55 City North American Arena Tour Kicks Off This Fall, Runs Through Madison Square Garden Finale in Spring 2022

Tickets to U.S. Dates On Sale Friday, May 7 at 10 a.m. Local Time

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year and current ACM Entertainer of the Year nominee Eric Church has his sights set on a return to the road with this morning’s announcement of a full arena tour. As first shared with the Church Choir and by Billboard magazine earlier today, The Gather Again Tourwill kick off this fall and visit 55 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada, culminating at Madison Square Garden in the spring of 2022.

Making the most of the long-awaited opportunity to “gather again,” for the – first time in his career Church will adopt an in-the-round set up, with the stage at the center of each arena floor in order to accommodate as many fans as possible. Tickets to all U.S. dates go on sale to the general public Friday, May 7 at 10 a.m. local time at Church Choir members may access tickets early via pre-sale on Tuesday, May 4 at 10 a.m. local time. On sale information for the Canadian dates will be announced soon.

Church, praised by Rolling Stone in the lead review of the April 2021 print issue for how he “has maneuvered the Nashville system, remaining dedicated to the power of down-the-center hitmaking even as he’s helped expand the parameters of the genre,” has passionately taken a leadership role in the industry’s return to touring. 

“It became very clear to me that the only way to really get back to normal is through vaccinations. You’ve got to get needles in arms,” he shared with Billboard in the April 3 cover story depicting the superstar getting his own second dose of the vaccine after consulting with epidemiologists and industry experts.

“I just want to play shows,” he continued. “Politics’ job is to divide – that’s how you win elections. Those things that unite us are music and sports. The times when, whether you’re a Democrat or Republican or whatever, you throw your arm around the person next to you. We need that. I need that.”

Additionally, Church will appear in an upcoming PSA promoting vaccine education, produced by ACM Lifting Lives, The Ad Council and COVID Collaborative and set to premiere during the ACM Awards broadcast on Sunday, April 18, where Church will also perform a song off his forthcoming Heart & Soul triple album project.

The trio is set for release in the coming weeks, with Heart available everywhere Friday, April 16, Soul available everywhere Friday, April 23, and the middle album, &, available exclusively to the Church Choir on Tuesday, April 20.

For the latest information and to learn how to join the Church Choir, visit and follow on Facebook and Twitter @ericchurch and Instagram @ericchurchmusic.

The Gather Again Tour

Sept. 17, 2021       Rupp Arena                                      Lexington, Ky.
Sept. 18, 2021       Nationwide Arena                          Columbus, Ohio
Sept. 24, 2021       Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse        Cleveland, Ohio
Sept. 25, 2021       KeyBank Center                              Buffalo, N.Y.
Oct. 1, 2021           Alerus Center                               Grand Forks, N.D.
Oct. 2, 2021           Bell MTS Place                                 Winnipeg, Manitoba
Oct. 8, 2021          PPG Paints Arena                             Pittsburgh, Pa.
Oct. 9, 2021          Wells Fargo Center                          Philadelphia, Pa.
Oct. 15, 2021        Ball Arena                                         Denver, Colo.
Oct. 22, 2021        Scotiabank Saddledome                Calgary, Alberta
Oct. 23, 2021        SaskTel Centre                                Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Oct. 29, 2021        Rogers Arena                                 Vancouver, B.C.
Oct. 30, 2021        Climate Pledge Arena                    Seattle, Wash.
Nov. 12, 2021       Thompson-Boling Arena               Knoxville, Tenn.
Nov. 13, 2021       Ford Center                                      Evansville, Ind.
Dec. 3, 2021          SNHU Arena                                Manchester, N.H.
Dec. 4, 2021          UBS Arena                                       Belmont Park, N.Y.
Dec. 10, 2021        The Anthem                                    Washington, D.C.
Dec. 11, 2021        The Anthem                                    Washington, D.C.
Dec. 17, 2021        Bon Secours Wellness Arena   Greenville, S.C.
Dec. 18, 2021        Greensboro Coliseum                    Greensboro, N.C.
Jan. 7, 2022           Pinnacle Bank Arena                     Lincoln, Neb.
Jan. 8, 2022        Denny Sanford PREMIER Center Sioux Falls, S.D.
Jan. 14, 2022         Scotiabank Arena                           Toronto, Ontario
Jan. 15, 2022         Canadian Tire Centre                     Ottawa, Ontario
Jan. 21, 2022         Van Andel Arena                           Grand Rapids, Mich.
Jan. 22, 2022          Little Caesars Arena                  Detroit, Mich.
Feb. 4, 2022            KFC Yum! Center                           Louisville, Ky.
Feb. 5, 2022            Bankers Life Fieldhouse               Indianapolis, Ind.
Feb. 11, 2022          CHI Health Center Omaha           Omaha, Neb.
Feb. 12, 2022          Wells Fargo Arena                         Des Moines, Iowa
Feb. 18, 2022          T-Mobile Center                             Kansas City, Mo.
Feb 19, 2022           BOK Center                                Tulsa, Okla.
Feb. 25, 2022          Hampton Coliseum                       Hampton, Va.
Feb. 26, 2022          Spectrum Center                           Charlotte, N.C.
March 4, 2022       Amway Center                               Orlando, Fla.
March 5, 2022        Amalie Arena                                 Tampa, Fla.
March 11, 2022     United Center                               Chicago, Ill.
March 12, 2022      Enterprise Center                         St. Louis, Mo.
March 18, 2022      Resch Center                                Green Bay, Wis.
March 19, 2022      Resch Center                               Green Bay, Wis.
March 25, 2022      Legacy Arena at the BJCC           Birmingham, Ala.
March 26, 2022      Simmons Bank Arena                 Little Rock, Ark.
April 1, 2022           Dickies Arena                               Fort Worth, Texas
April 2, 2022           AT&T Center                                San Antonio, Texas
April 8, 2022           Toyota Center                              Houston, Texas
April 9, 2022           Smoothie King Center                New Orleans, La.
April 15, 2022         Moda Center                               Portland, Ore.
April 16, 2022         Spokane Arena                           Spokane, Wash.
April 29, 2022         ExtraMile Arena                         Boise, Idaho
April 30, 2022         Vivint Arena                                Salt Lake City, Utah
May 6, 2022             Pechanga Arena                         San Diego, Calif.
May 7, 2022             STAPLES Center                          Los Angeles, Calif.
May 11, 2022           Golden 1 Center                          Sacramento, Calif.
May 13, 2022           T-Mobile Arena                           Las Vegas, Nev.
May 14, 2022           Gila River Arena                         Glendale, Ariz.
May 20, 2022           Madison Square Garden           New York, N.Y.

About Eric Church

Reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year and 10-time GRAMMY nominee Eric Church has spent the past year releasing new music at a relentless pace; providing a glimpse into the results of a marathon session during which he spent nearly a month writing and recording a song per day – including current Top 15 single “Hell of a View” – while sequestered in a rural North Carolina cabin, and fueling speculation of his highly anticipated new three-part project, Heart & Soul, set for release this month.

Just as unique as Church’s approach to recording and releasing music is his tenacity on the road. During his most recent outing, 2019’s Double Down Tour, Church played back-to-back nights of two unique shows in each market sans opening act, giving every city’s fans six-plus hours of his iconic music. The tour also featured a massive stop at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, where he broke the venue’s concert attendance record with more than 56,000 fans in attendance and became the first artist to sell out the venue with a solo lineup. Church also recently took to the field at Tampa Bay’s Raymond James Stadium to perform the National Anthem with R&B star Jazmine Sullivan ahead of Super Bowl LV and will return to the road for The Gather Again Tour in the fall.

A seven-time ACM Award winner, four-time CMA Award winner, and 10-time GRAMMY nominee, Church has amassed a passionate fanbase around the globe known as the Church Choir as well as a critically acclaimed catalog of music. His most recent album, Desperate Man, earned a GRAMMY nomination for Best Country Album (his third nod in the category) and produced his most recent No. 1 hit, “Some Of It.” Previous releases include the Platinum-certified Sinners Like Me (“How ’Bout You,” “Guys Like Me”), Carolina (“Smoke a Little Smoke,” “Love Your Love the Most”) and Mr. Misunderstood (“Record Year,” “Round Here Buzz”), the Double-Platinum certified The Outsiders (“Like a Wrecking Ball,” “Talladega”) and the 3x Platinum-certified Chief (“Springsteen,” “Drink In My Hand”)as well as 22 Gold, Platinum and multi-Platinum certified singles.