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Country superstar Eric Church will launch his Outsiders World Tour with a string of North American dates starting in September running through December with a handful of rotating opening acts.
Church announced his tour through a video on his website where a man is singing an awful, karaoke version of the Church’s “Drink in My Hand.” The screen showing the lyrics suddenly changes announcing the Outsiders World Tour with dates.
According to country music website The Boot, Church will have iconic singer, songwriter Dwight Yoakam opening during his entire North American run, with three other acts rotating as openers throughout the tour. Up and coming duo Brothers Osbourne, critically acclaimed singer, songwriter Brandy Clark, and a seemingly odd choice, hard rock band Halestorm, will all take turns opening as well.
A limited number of VIP tickets for each show will also be available for purchase. The exclusive ticket includes a premium seat in the first 15 rows or in the general admission pit, an invitation to a pre-show party at The Outsiders Joint, a two song acoustic pre-show performance by Eric Church, a limited edition show poster, and a dedicated VIP concert concierge.
Tickets will go on sale April 18 in select markets, and members of the singer’s fan club “Church Choir” will have access to a pre-sale starting on April 15.