Eric Church Bringing His 2017 Holdin’ My Own Tour to the Tacoma Dome

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February 22, 2017  ACM & CMA award winning country artist, Eric Church is bringing his 2017 Holdin’ My Own Tour to the Tacoma Dome on March 18, 2017. Church kicked off his massive tour with 60+ tour dates on January 13th in Lincoln, Nebraska. Since then he, his band and crew have been busy hitting city after city in what’s said to be a massive country music event, the stage alone weighs more than 110,000 pounds, not to mention the massive crew of roughly 300 people that are hired for each of the shows.

Eric Church’s 2017 Holdin’ My Own Tour is named after a track from his top-selling 2015 album, Mr. Misunderstood, and will feature a 360-degree stage that offers fans great views from anywhere in the arena. It’s highly advised that all fans get to the venue early and in their seats by 8:00pm sharp for a special opening that they will not want to miss. There is NO OPENING SUPPORT BAND for this show. So fans, you’ve been warned, be there early so you don’t miss any of the show.

In partnership with NARAS and GRAMMY in the Schools, local participating student choirs will join Church onstage at select shows. Church will make contributions to underfunded schools on the Holdin’ My Own Tour as part of the GRAMMY Foundation’s Community Award Grant.

You can still get tickets for the Tacoma show along with other remaining cities on the tour. It’s highly encouraged to purchase your tickets directly through the links on his website to avoid scalpers, plus it was just announced that Church had 25,000+ tickets throughout the tour cancelled that were being sold on the secondary market (check out the CMT story about this). On this tour Church’s team has proprietary technology that scrubs ticket purchases using up to 10 different data points and automatically flags orders made by scalpers. Orders can be cancelled at any time and without warning. So make sure you buy legitimate tickets through the authorized ticket seller he has linked to each tour date on his website to avoid overpaying for tickets and to avoid the very high risk that your secondary market ticket could get cancelled. Here’s the link to his tour page where each venue’s ticket sales are linked:

Eric Church – Artist
Driver Williams – Lead guitar, rhythm guitar
Jeff Cease – Rhythm guitar, lead guitar
Jeff Hyde – Acoustic guitar, Banjo, background vocals
Lee Hendricks– Bass guitar
Craig Wright – Drums
Joanna Cotten – Vocals

Remaining Tour Dates:
Feb. 23: Indianapolis
Feb. 24: Cleveland
Feb. 25: Auburn Hills, Michigan
Feb. 28: London, Ontario
March 2: Toronto
March 3: Ottawa, Ontario
March 4: Montreal, Quebec
March 7: Winnipeg, Manitoba
March 9: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
March 10: Edmonton, Alberta
March 11: Calgary, Alberta
March 14: Vancouver, British Columbia
March 16: Portland, Oregon
March 17: Spokane, Washington
March 18: Tacoma, Washington
March 22: Bozeman, Montana
March 24: Boise, Idaho
March 25: Salt Lake City
March 28: Phoenix
March 30: Sacramento
March 31: Los Angeles
April 4: Casper, Wyoming
April 5: Denver
April 7: Wichita, Kansas
April 8: Omaha, Nebraska
April 12: Moline, Illinois
April 13: Chicago
April 14: Milwaukee
April 20: Buffalo, New York
April 21: Pittsburgh
April 22: Cincinnati
April 27-28: Uncasville, Connecticut
April 29: Manchester, New Hampshire
May 4: Tampa, Florida
May 5: Jacksonville, Florida
May 11: Grand Rapids, Michigan
May 12: Peoria, Illinois
May 13: St. Louis
May 18: Reading, Pennsylvania
May 19: Washington, D.C.
May 20: Greensboro, North Carolina
May 26-27: Nashville

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