Eric Church Says First Arena Tour Will Be “A Little Unsafe”

“It’s gonna be very in-your-face like the rest of our stuff,” Eric promises of Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour.

Back in September, Eric Church gave fans a taste of some rowdy drinking performance at a free outdoor show in Nashville.

He dumped a couple of beers on his head and in his mouth, and told fans that Kanye and Jay-Z can his kiss posterior because he has the No. 1 album in the country.

Don't be surprised to see similar behavior on his first arena tour, the Blood, Sweat & Beers Tour, which he launched Thursday night (Jan. 19) in Fort Smith, Ark.

"You know, it’s gonna be very in-your-face like the rest of our stuff," Eric told the Associated Press.

"Probably some parental guidance will be needed, but that’s OK. It’s the kind of show that we’ve always put on and the kind of show I enjoy. I like the shows, and it’ll be a little unsafe from time to time."

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