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Eric Church Is Playing a 19-Show Residency at His Nashville Bar Chief’s

Eric Church‘s upcoming bar, Chief’s, is set to officially open its doors on Nashville’s Lower Broadway soon, with the musician celebrating the venue’s April 5 grand opening by launching a 19-concert residency at the venue.

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The shows, dubbed Eric Church: To Beat the Devil, will launch at the bar’s two-story live music venue, dubbed The Neon Steeple, the day Chief’s opens.

The country artist said that fans can expect the unexpected with these residency shows. “These shows at Chief’s will be one of a kind, only for Chief’s and with some songs that will only ever be performed during these shows,” he teased in a statement. “It’s the most unique show I’ll probably ever do, and I’m excited to enjoy this chapter of what Chief’s will be.”

The Neon Steeple

Rendering of The Neon Steeple at Chief’s, set to open at 200 Broadway in Nashville, Tenn.

Courtesy of Chief’s / AJ Capital

Church created his six-story downtown establishment Chief’s with Ben Weprin of AJ Capital Partners. The 19,350-square-foot building will also house a studio for live broadcasting (including Church’s Outsiders Radio SiriusXM channel), and will highlight the work of James Beard Award-winning pitmaster Rodney Scott, featuring Scott’s Whole Hog BBQ overlooking downtown with its “Hell of a Q” rooftop offering.

Tickets to Church’s residency will be first offered to premium members of the musician’s Church Choir fan club through a sign-up system beginning Tuesday, March 12. Tickets are non-transferable and will be available for pickup at the venue box office the evening of the show immediately prior to entering the venue. Name changes on orders will not be permitted. All seats are reserved seating, with pricing ranging from $99 to $499, with no additional ticketing fees. A portion of each ticket sold will benefit Church’s nonprofit, Chief Cares. The sign-up will close March 17 at 11:59 p.m. CT, followed by the beginning of the Church Choir pre-sale, which begins March 20 at 10 a.m. CT. The public onsale, if tickets remain, begins March 22 at 10 a.m. CT.

The residency will run through June, wrapping with three shows on June 7-9, which is the same timeframe that this year’s CMA Fest will take place in downtown Nashville, from June 6-9.

Exterior rendering of Chief’s, set to open at 200 Broadway in Nashville, Tenn.

Exterior rendering of Chief’s, set to open at 200 Broadway in Nashville, Tenn.

Courtesy of Chief’s / AJ Capital

See the full list of dates for “Eric Church: To Beat the Devil” below:

  • Friday, April 5
  • Wednesday, April 17
  • Thursday, April 18
  • Monday, April 29
  • Tuesday, April 30
  • Wednesday, May 1
  • Tuesday, May 7
  • Wednesday, May 8
  • Friday, May 10
  • Saturday, May 11
  • Tuesday, May 14
  • Wednesday, May 15
  • Friday, May 17
  • Tuesday, May 21
  • Wednesday, May 22
  • Thursday, June 6
  • Friday, June 7
  • Saturday, June 8
  • Sunday, June 9

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