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A limited number of memberships are available. To request your application for membership or for more information about the club please contact:
Jo Milos at (336) 373-7415 or [email protected].
Eric Church’s October 5 Desperate Man release is one of the year’s most anticipated albums, and now fans have even more reasons to look forward to its release day: 37 of them to be exact.
Church’s 2019 Double Down Tour will see this month’s American Songwriter cover artist visit 19 cities, including Greensboro Coliseum on March 15-16, 2019 to perform six albums worth of material across two very different nights of music.
In a candid cover-story interview in July, Rolling Stone praised Church for “pushing boundaries in a way that sounds natural and unforced." The same goes for his touring in 2019, again foregoing an opening act and instead treating fans to dynamic marathon sets across back-to-back nights.
In keeping with Church's commitment to giving his fan club -- known as the Church Choir -- priority access, they will be able to purchase tickets during the fan club presale.
To keep scalpers at bay and to ensure tickets end up in the hands of real fans, after the fan club presale, tickets will be sold during Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan presale. All fans interested in priority access to tickets should get verified. Registration begins Friday, Sept. 21 at 10 am.
Tickets inside Church’s stage will be made available exclusively to Church Choir members and only through the brand new Eric Church app. Church is taking full control of the very best seats inside the stage and offering them using cutting edge technology. Church Choir members will also have the opportunity to take advantage of exclusive hotel deals in all Double Down Tour cities plus additional surprises related to the tour. More information is available at ericchurch.com.
Desperate Man is available for preorder now, with the title track, "Heart Like A Wheel" and "Monsters" available upon preorder.
Due to weather concerns, tonight (Wed, Sept. 12) will be the final night of operation for the 2018 Central Carolina Fair. Gates will open at 5 p.m. and admission is free. Unlimited ride wristbands will be available at the discounted price of $20.
Taking place at the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, the Fair features spectacular rides, carnival food and games and attractions for all ages.
In conjunction with the Fair’s early closing, two Fair concerts scheduled for this weekend at White Oak Amphitheatre have been canceled. The Q104.1 ‘Country Fest’ featuring Chase Rice originally scheduled for Sept. 14 and the 105.7 Man Up presents ‘Rock & Ride’ featuring Buckcherry scheduled for Sept. 15 are both canceled. Ticketholders may obtain refunds at their point of purchase.
Please visit centralcarolinafair.com for additional information.