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Eric Church Announces His Second Headlining Stadium Show With Morgan Wallen

“One Hell of a Night in Minneapolis” is set for Saturday, June 11 at U.S. Bank Stadium.

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Get ready Minneapolis… country star Eric Church is heading to the stage!

Earlier today (Mar. 2), the “Heart on Fire” singer took to social media to announce his second headline stadium show of the summer, which will feature direct support from Morgan Wallen.

“Looking forward to this one, @morganwallen! Making our way to Minneapolis along with @ernest on June 11. Tickets on sale March 11 at 10am CT at” Church wrote via Instagram post.


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The update follows Church’s recent news that he will also headline a Milwaukee stadium show over Memorial Day weekend with Brothers Osborne and Parker McCollum at American Family Field on Saturday, May 28.

If you’re unable to go to Church’s summer shows, don’t worry. His The Gather Again Tour is on the road until August with tickets on sale here.


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As for the U.S. Bank Stadium show, tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, March 11 at 10 a.m. CT via Members of the Church Choir will have early access to tickets beginning Friday, March 4. 

Are you excited for Eric Church to hit the road again? Let us know how you feel by leaving a reaction at the bottom of the post or by sending us a tweet at @CS_Country.

Eric Church Tour Dates

March 4               Orlando, Fla.  |  Amway Center

March 5               Tampa, Fla.  |  Amalie Arena

March 11             Chicago, Ill.  |  United Center

March 12             St. Louis, Mo.  |  Enterprise Center

March 18             Green Bay, Wis.  |  Resch Center

March 19             Green Bay, Wis.  |  Resch Center

March 25             Birmingham, Ala.  |  Legacy Arena at the BJCC

March 26             Little Rock, Ark.  |  Simmons Bank Arena

April 1                 Fort Worth, Texas  |  Dickies Arena

April 2                 San Antonio, Texas  |  AT&T Center

April 9                 New Orleans, La.  |  Smoothie King Center

April 15               Portland, Ore.  |  Moda Center

April 16               Spokane, Wash.  |  Spokane Arena

April 29               Boise, Idaho  |  ExtraMile Arena

April 30               Salt Lake City, Utah  |  Vivint Arena

May 6                  San Diego, Calif.  |  Pechanga Arena

May 7                  Los Angeles, Calif.  | Arena

May 11                Sacramento, Calif.  |  Golden 1 Center

May 13                Las Vegas, Nev.  |  T-Mobile Arena

May 14                Glendale, Ariz.  |  Gila River Arena

May 20                New York, N.Y.  |  Madison Square Garden

May 28                Milwaukee, Wis.  |  American Family Field

June 11                Minneapolis, Minn.  |  U.S. Bank Stadium

June 17                Wildwood, N.J.  |  Barefoot Country Music Fest

June 23                Mack, Colo.  |  Country Jam 2022                      

July 1                   Ottawa, Ontario  |  Canadian Tire Centre

July 2                   Toronto, Ontario  |  Scotiabank Arena

July 9                   Pendleton, Ore.  |  Pendleton Whisky Music Festival

July 23                 Brooklyn, Mich.  |  Faster Horses

July 30                 Camrose, Alberta  |  Big Valley Jamboree

August 27            Stateline, Nev.  |  Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s

August 28            Stateline, Nev.  |  Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s

Written by Gracie Lowes

Gracie is an intern at Celeb Secrets who attends St Clair College. When she’s not reporting on the latest news, she enjoys watching tv shows and movies, reading, going to concerts and traveling.

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