Eric Church’s New Tour Video Breaks Down the Insane Numbers That Make His Concerts Great

by Jonathan Howard
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Before taking off on tour this year, Eric Church put very meticulous planning into his 50 stop tour. The setlist was a huge undertaking itself. In a recent video, all the intricacies of the tour are revealed.

Church just finished up shows in Vancouver and Seattle. Those look like they were a great time. Each show on this tour has a different, unique setlist. It is impressive and has produced good shows. Now he heads to Tennessee and Indiana.

“Thank you Vancouver and Seattle, and to all the crews and fans who make these shows possible! We’ll see you soon in Knoxville, TN, and Evansville, IN! Tickets are available now at ericchurch.com #GatherAgainTour,” the tweet said.

The video opens up with a graphic that says, “We’ve got it all on the Gather Again Tour.” Then the video went on to show all the numerous things that are part of the tour. From the hundreds of instruments to whiskey, and all the workers that make the tour possible. It is a fun video that shows the ins and outs and gives credit to those that usually go unnoticed.

Not only is Eric Church taking his show all over the country, but he is also going to be a headliner at the 30th annual Country Jam Festival. 2022 will be the latest edition of the festival. It is going to feature not just Church but other big names in country music. Folks, this is going to be one of the best festivals of the year. It all takes place next summer.

Eric Church and Others Headline Country Jam

Along with Eric Church, the Colorado-based festival will feature Tim McGraw and Miranda Lambert as headliners. Three of the biggest names in country music will be there for country fans to see. The three-day event is going to be full of good music and good times. It is referred to as “the biggest country music party in Colorado.”

Outside of the headliners, there are other artists that are newer to the genre. Blanco Brown, Chris Lane, Chris Janson, and Lainey Wilson will all be there. There will also be appearances from Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Lonestar, and Joe Dee Messina, a little something for everyone including a set from Riley Green. There will be more artists announced in the coming days, but that’s what we know now.

The festival started back in 1992 with bands such as Alabama and Sawyer Brown. When it first started, the bands played in the middle of a field. Now, things go down at the Country Jam Ranch in Grand Junction, Colorado. Eric Church is going to rock the stage when things kick off on June 23 next year.

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