ERIC CHURCH BRINGS 2017 HOLDIN’ MY OWN TOUR TO TAMPA’S AMALIE ARENA MAY 4, 2017

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ERIC CHURCH BRINGS 2017 HOLDIN’ MY OWN TOUR

TO TAMPA’S AMALIE ARENA MAY 4, 2017

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 30 at 10:00 AM

 

TAMPA, FL – EMI Nashville recording artist Eric Church will bring the “Holdin’ My Own Tour” to AMALIE Arena in Tampa, FL on May 4, 2017. Tickets go on-sale Friday, September 30 at 10:00 AM at www.ticketmaster.com or via phone/TM Mobile App.

 

For the first time ever, there will be no support act on this tour. Eric Church and the ECB will play two full sets with an intermission in between. In an effort to ensure his core fans get great tickets at face value, Church is revamping the pre-sale and on-sale process to eliminate scalpers from the equation.

 

“In this era where growing inequality seems to be the norm, we wanted to do everything within our power to put the advantage back in the hands of true fans rather than those that take advantage of the system, and by extension our people,” said John Peets, Church’s manager. “It was important to us to invest time into evaluating and redesigning the ticket buying process and build the technology to level the playing field.”

 

Church has secured a larger allotment of fan club tickets than in the past so Church Choir members will have much better success buying tickets in the pre-sale. The Church Choir pre-sale will be the ONLY pre-sale. There will be no venue, credit card or radio pre-sales. Church and his team developed a new fan club pre-sale system that allows them to remove scalpers from the pre-sale process before it even happens. Scalpers that are found to be gaming the system and posing as real fans won’t receive the buy link at all.

 

As on past tours, Church will continue to cancel any and all orders found to be made by scalpers. New for the Holdin’ My Own Tour, Church commissioned a proprietary technology that scrubs ticket purchases using up to 10 different data points and automatically flags orders made by scalpers. Orders may be cancelled at any time and without warning. Church cautions fans to stay away from the secondary market because it’s likely that tickets found there will be invalid by the time the show happens.

 

Finally, delivery of all ticket orders will be delayed until the days leading up to each show. Church hopes that this will make it impossible for scalpers to complete their transactions.

 

By doing this – investing time and energy to create a more efficient and balanced model – the Church team is not only communicating directly to the fans the best source for face value tickets, but also building a model that protects fans and can be adopted by the industry as a whole.

 

“The way this album came together mandated we release it as a surprise, straight to our fans, as it was important for me to deliver the music the same way the creativity hit me—directly and swiftly. What I didn’t anticipate is that it left me scratching my head a little as this year was supposed to be spent writing.”  Church continues, “What this year’s open schedule did afford us was time to think through the way the fans experience our music live, and it was important to us that we find a way to stick to these same principles when it came to approaching our shows, down to the way they go on sale.”

 

Church’s 2014-2015’s The Outsiders World Tour topped Billboard’s Hot Tours consistently after Church set new attendance records in five markets including Chicago’s Allstate Arena on March 20 with 18,626 present. Church also shattered Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena attendance on January 10 with an unprecedented 18,411 fans assembled, surpassing The Blue Collar Comedy Tour’s record set on Feb. 2006. On April 7, 2015 he also broke the attendance record at Grand Forks, N.D.’s Ralph Engelstad Arena, which was previously set by Sir Elton John’s 2012 show. The Outsiders World Tour saw Church performing to over 800,000 fans in more than 65 cities with nearly 20 stops from September 2014 through September of ‘15 and was named one of Rolling Stone Magazine’s Must-See Tours.

 

For further details on the ticketing system plus tour information, “These Boots by Lucchese” and Church’s custom-designed Gibson Hummingbird Dark on tour, go to www.ericchurch.com.

 

 

TICKETS: Tickets for the event go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 30 at 10:00 AM. Ticket prices are $21.25, $45.00, $65.00 and $85.25. Prices do not include facility fee or service charges. Tickets can be purchased at the McDonald’s® Ticket Office at AMALIE Arena**, Ticketmaster outlets** and at Ticketmaster.com. To order tickets by phone call 800.745.3000. Advanced parking passes are available at Ticketmaster.com or the ticket office.

 

**Tickets will only be available for purchase on Ticketmaster.com on day of on sale, September 30, 2016. Tickets will not be available for sale at the McDonald’s® Ticket Office at AMALIE Arena or at Ticketmaster outlets on September 30, 2016. Beginning October 1, tickets are available for purchase at all regular points of sale.

 

— AMALIEArena.com –

 



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