Rising country star Eric Church will headline the Maverik Center in West Valley City on Nov. 17, it has just been announced.
Tickets will go on sale June 8 for the first dates, with additional on-sales to be announced in the coming weeks.
He’s sold out over 25 dates on his inaugural arena headlining tour. Not only has "The Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour" received huge response from fans, but it has also been met with praise by many outlets including The Boston Globe who wrote, "With his vivid songs, frenetic performances, and outsider allure, Church is a refreshing figure on the country scene." The Reading Eagle added, "It’s been said a transcendent concert can resemble a religious experience, but this took it to a new level… the 34-year-old frequently exploded from the mic stand, arms pounding his chest, screaming at the crowd to boost an energy level that pyrotechnics and explosions had already elevated… the energy roared."
In April, his tour was named No. 11 on Pollstar’s 2012 Worldwide Ticket Sales Chart for the first quarter, confirming the tour as one of the highest-attended across all genres of music from January through March.
Teaming up with Tickets-For-Charity.com, he is giving fans the opportunity to donate part of their purchase price to their favorite charity, and his partnering cause, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and its mission to find a cure for diabetes. For more information, visit www.TicketsForCharity.com.
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