Eric Church to Headline Blood, Sweat and Beers Tour
Tour kicks off on Jan. 19 in Fort Smith, Ark.
Eric Church will heat up winter in 2012 with the Blood, Sweat, and Beers Tour early next year. The "Drink in My Hand" singer will hit the road in January with Brantley Gilbert, who recently scored his first No. 1 hit with "Country Must Be Country Wide," and co-wrote Jason Aldean's "Dirt Road Anthem." Blackberry Smoke, Sonia Leigh, Jon Pardi, Cadillac Black, and Drake White will appear on various shows throughout the tour.
Eric currently has 20 tour dates confirmed, with more expected to be added.
Eric Church 2012 Tour Dates
|Jan.||19||Fort Smith, Ark.||Fort Smith Convention Center|
|20||Cape Girardeau, Mo.||Show Me Center|
|21||Southaven, Miss.||Desoto Civic Center|
|26||Madison, Wis.||The Alliant Energy Center|
|27||Saginaw, Mich.||The Dow Event Center|
|28||Terre Haute, Ind.||The ISU Hulman Center|
|Feb.||2||Savannah, Ga.||Savannah Civic Center|
|3||Knoxville, Tenn.||Thompson Boling Arena|
|4||Norfolk, Va.||Ted Constant Center|
|16||Greenville, S.C.||Bi-Lo Center|
|17||Salisbury, Md.||Wicomico Civic Center|
|18||Greensboro, N.C.||Greensboro Coliseum|
|23||Battle Creek, Mich.||Kellogg Arena|
|24||Cleveland||Wolstein Center @ CSU|
|25||Ft. Wayne, Ind.||Allen County War Memorial Col.|
|March||1||Portland, Maine||Cumberland County Civic Center|
|2||Lowell, Mass.||Tsongas Center at UMASS Lowell|
|3||Indiana, Pa.||Kovalchick Center|
|8||Oklahoma City||Chesapeake Energy Center|
|10||Orange Beach, Ala.||Amphitheater at The Wharf|
More tour dates are expected to be announced for the tour in the following cities: Portland, Maine; Lowell, Mass.; Jonesboro, Ark.; New York; Binghamton, N.Y.; Reading, Pa.; Atlantic City, N.J.; Estero, Fla.; Orlando, Fla.; Tallahassee, Fla.; Las Vegas, Nev.; Tupelo, Miss.; Bossier City, La.; Auburn, Ala.; Evansville, Ind.; St. Louis; Pikeville, Ky.; Columbus, Ohio; Lexington, Ky.; Bloomington, Ill.; Springfield, Mo.; Birmingham, Ala.; Nashville; Toledo, Ohio; Chicago; Youngstown, Ohio; Minneapolis; Topeka, Ka.; and Morrison, Colo.