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Eric Church

Eric Church is coming back to Tampa.  Get your boots on and get ready for a fun night out!

He has been teasing “a black screen” on social media all week and now we know why!

Here Are The Details

Eric Church returns to Tampa, Saturday night, September 30th, 2023.  This time, he is performing at the MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre on The Outsiders Revival Tour.

Whiskey Myers is the opening band.

Tickets will go on sale – Friday, January 20th at 10 AM, however, we will have them for you to win all next week!  Win them before you can even buy them at 7:40am with Tampa Bays Morning Krewe.

For the last few years, Eric has been doing his show at Amalie Arena, so to have Eric during an outdoor show is a treat to us here in Tampa!


History of Eric Church

Eric grew up in Granite Falls, North Carolina, and began singing at age 13.  He started writing songs, later teaching himself to play guitar. While attending college at Appalachian State, he formed a band, the Mountain Boys, who played around western North Carolina. After graduating with a degree in marketing, he moved to Nashville to pursue a career in country music.

His debut single, “How ‘Bout You,” was released in early 2006, and it had reached the country Top 20 by the time Capitol issued his first album.  He then released Sinners Like Me, in July 2006 and he followed it up with Carolina in 2009.  After extensive touring, he released the Caldwell County EP in January 2011,  He followed with Chief in July, which ended up being his breakout album.

Early in 2013, Church released the live set Caught in the Act, which was recorded at the Tivoli Theatre in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in October 2012. Then came the album, The Outsiders which arrived February 2014 and became his second album to hit number one on both the country and overall charts.

Church released a brand-new full-length album, Mr. Misunderstood, as a surprise in the first week of November 2015.  The singer’s sixth studio album, Desperate Man, arrived in October 2018.  His latest album, Heart & Soul in 2021, he and his band wrote and recorded a new song every day during a month-long recording session in North Carolina and ended up releasing it as a three albums, Heart, &, Soul.

6 Eric Church Collaborations We Can't Get Enough Of

Eric Church is celebrating his 45th birthday today (5/3), and one of his latest works is with his friend Chris Janson on a song Church wrote, a dark song and video called “You, Me & The River.”

Known for his solo work as well as working with other artists in the business in Nashville and beyond, one of his finest collaborators on stage is his backup road singer Joanna Cotten. But Eric has also done duets with artists ranging from Luke Combs to Lzzy Hale of metal band Halestorm.

As we mark his special day today, we look at some of his many on-stage collaborations, whether on a record, concert, or awards shows.

  • Eric Church, Lzzy Hale - "That's Damn Rock n' Roll" (CMA Festival 2014)

  • Eric Church and Joanna Cotten - "Mixed Drinks About Feelings" (2016)

  • Chris Janson and Eric Church - "You, Me, and the River" (2022)

  • Luke Combs - "Does To Me" ft. Eric Church (Official Video 2020)

  • Bruce Springsteen & Eric Church - Working on the Highway (Stand up for Heroes 2018)

  • Eric Church Calls Ashley McBryde on Stage to Perform "Bible and a .44" (2017)