Eric Church Set To Play 3 Special Shows During CMA Fest

Eric Church Set To Play 3 Special Shows During CMA Fest

Eric Church

Eric Church is set to play three special concerts at The Rutledge in Nashville on June 11-13, during The CMA Music Festival. Church will make each night unique.

The June 11 “Stripped” performance offers a chance to see Church and his band perform acoustically.

At the June 12 “Deconstructed” event, Church will let his fans see behind the songwriting curtain. Accompanied by his fellow co-writers, Church will break down each song musically and lyrically and discuss the songwriting process.

Finally, the June 13 “Requested” show will feature a set list made up entirely of fan requests. Beginning May 11, fans will have a chance to vote on their favorite songs they would like to hear.

“I’m very excited about this years CMA Music Festival,” says Church. “We are continuing our tradition of doing something different for our fans with the “Stripped,” “Deconstructed” and “Requested” shows. Each night will provide fans with a show that is completely unique, not only to what we do, but to the previous night as well. It is a way to see our show like it has never been seen, and the fans get to participate in that process. It is going to be three very cool nights of music in the music city.”

Sounds like fun! Tickets are $15 per show plus a $2.50 convenience fee OR buy all three shows together for a special price of $40 and only a $5.00 convenience fee. Click HERE for details.

Church will also perform at the CMA Music Festival’s Daytime Stage at Riverfront Park on June 12.