Eric Church Unleashes The Outsiders World Tour in September

Dwight Yoakam Will Be Special Guest on 31 North American Dates

Eric Church will be joined by Dwight Yoakam, Brothers Osborne, Brandy Clark and Halestorm on The Outsiders World Tour which begins in September. A total of 31 arena dates were announced Wednesday (April 9).

Yoakam will be the special guest on the entire first leg of the tour which launches Sept. 11 in Bossier City, La. The other three acts will appear at various concerts.

Brothers Osborne — a sibling duo featuring John and TJ Osborne — are working on their first album for Capitol Records. It will feature their current single, “Rum.”

Clark, who received song of the year nominations from the CMA and ACM for co-writing Miranda Lambert’s “Mama’s Broken Heart,” has received national acclaim for her debut album, 12 Stories.

Led by frontwoman Lzzy Hale, Halestorm’s The Strange Case Of … reached No. 1 on Billboard’s hard rock albums chart. The project’s first single, “Love Bites (So Do I),” received a Grammy nomination for best hard rock/metal performance.

Church’s tour will hit arenas in several major markets, including an Oct. 17 performance at New York’s Madison Square Garden. Ticket information for all dates will be available on Church’s official website.

Here’s a list of confirmed dates:

Sept. 11: Bossier City, La.
Sept. 13: St. Louis
Sept. 16: Minneapolis
Sept. 17: Des Moines, Iowa
Sept. 18: Omaha, Neb.
Sept. 25: Louisville, Ky.
Sept. 26: Charleston, W.Va.
Sept. 27: Greensboro, N.C.

Oct. 9: Grand Rapids, Mich.
Oct. 10: Cleveland
Oct. 11: Pittsburgh
Oct. 16: Charlottesville, Va.
Oct. 17: New York City
Oct. 18: Philadelphia
Oct. 23: Manchester, N.H.
Oct. 24-25: Uncasville, Conn.
Oct. 30: Knoxville, Tenn.
Oct. 31: Memphis, Tenn.

Nov. 1: Tulsa, Okla.
Nov. 13: London, Ontario
Nov. 14: Hamilton, Ontario
Nov. 15: Ottawa, Ontario
Nov. 20: Green Bay, Wis.
Nov. 21: Peoria, Ill.
Nov. 22: Evansville, Ind.

Dec. 5: Kansas City, Mo.
Dec. 6: Sioux Falls, S.D.
Dec. 11: Atlanta
Dec. 12: Lexington, Ky.
Dec. 13: Birmingham, Ala.