Eric Church Tells Fans a North American Tour Is Coming

Eric Church, 2017
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Eric Church performs during day 2 of the 2017 CMA Music Festival on June 9, 2017 in Nashville, Tenn.

Two days before singing the national anthem with Jazmine Sullivan at this weekend's Super Bowl, Eric Church assured his fans that the game will likely not be the only time they'll see him perform in 2021.

In a message posted to his socials this morning, Church says, "we are working on a North American tour. We’re waiting for the right timing to officially announce all the details but I want you to know that a tour is coming, and we are very excited to play new music for our old friends… I cannot wait to see you on the road."

When he does return to the road, Church will be bringing new music with him— a lot of it. Starting April 16, the reigning CMA entertainer of the year will release a three-part album project, Heart & Soul, over the course of a week. Heart will come out April 16, following by &, which will be available Church’s fan club, the Church Choir, and then on April 20, Soul will arrive.

Following the game, Church will also perform as part of Verizon's Big Concert for Small Business benefit, streaming live at 11 p.m. ET.

Church is a touring juggernaut. His 2019 Double Down tour earned $65 million on its 48 shows, making Church Billboard's  top touring country artist in 2019.