Eric Church Adds ‘One Hell Of A Night In Minneapolis’ Stadium Date

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Eric Church at ATLive 2021 on Nov. 5, 2021

Eric Church is adding an extra date to his upcoming summer Stadium Tour, “One Hell Of A Night in Minneapolis.” The added date will see Church heading out to Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium on June 11 along with Morgan Wallen and ERNEST. 

The show expands Eric Church’s upcoming tour dates, which will see him traveling through North America from Mar. 4 until Aug. 28. The new date also marks the second stadium headlining show this summer, following his date at American Family Field in Milwaukee, Wis. over Memorial Day weekend with Brothers Osborne and Parker McCollum. Church’s first stadium gig took place in  2019 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville. 

Church has regularly been touring throughout the past few years, and his recent dates in Indianapolis ($1.8 million gross, 16,085 tickets sold, according to Pollstar Boxoffice reports), Louisville ($1.6 million gross, 16,270 tickets sold) and Detroit ($1.9 million gross, 16,791 tickets sold) have been consistently selling out. 

When Church played his first stadium headliner in 2019, he was grossing an average of $2 million and $3 million per two-night arena stand across the country while on his Double Down Tour. His Nissan Stadium show also saw him do something that had never been done before: perform at the venue with no support act or co-headliner. Instead, the show simply saw Church and his band perform. 

Last year also saw Church traveling through North America with dates in major markets such as Seattle, Vancouver, Denver, Philadelphia and more. Each stop saw the country crooner bring in well over a million, with his highest-grossing night taking place in Columbus, Ohio on Sept. 18, 2021, with $2.1 million grossed and 17,766 tickets sold.

Tickets to Church’s upcoming date at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis will go on sale to the general public Mar. 11 at 10 a.m. CT via the artist’s website. Members of Church’s fanclub, Church Choir, will have access to presale tickets starting Mar. 4.