Eric Church announces 2022 concerts in Detroit and Grand Rapids

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Known for epic, Springsteen-like concerts, country singer-guitarist Eric Church has just announced the dates of his upcoming the Gather Again Tour that’ll come to Michigan in early 2022.

Church will perform at Grand Rapids' Van Andel Arena on Friday, Jan. 21 and Detroit's Little Caesars Arena on Saturday, Jan. 22.



For the first time in his career, Church will adopt an in-the-round set up with the stage at the center of each arena floor in order to accommodate as many fans as possible.

Tickets to all U.S. dates go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 7, at EricChurch.com. Church Choir members may access tickets early via a pre-sale that commences at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 4.



Church has spoken publicly about the important of vaccinations and will appear in an upcoming PSA promoting vaccine education produced by ACM Lifting Lives, the Ad Council and COVID Collaborative and set to premiere during the ACM Awards broadcast on Sunday, April 18, when Church will also perform a song off his forthcoming Heart & Soul triple album project.

A version of this story was originally published by our sister paper, Cleveland Scene. It is republished here with permission.

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