Tickets reclaimed from scalpers will be made available to the public at noon today (February 9)

Eric Church will release tickets for every date in Canada on his two-set Holdin’ My Own Tour. Selling out every show so far, Church continues to bring the “marathon concert” (Star Tribune) sans opener through 60 plus cities in North America. The tickets, reclaimed from scalpers, will go on sale Feb. 9 at noon.

Tickets can be purchased by visiting

Eric Church - Mr. Misunderstood Photo credit: John Peets

Eric Church – Mr. Misunderstood Photo credit: John Peets

Continuing his ambitious war against ticket scamming for this year’s tour, Church has ensured that more fans have the chance to see the show at face value, already revoking thousands of tickets bought by scalpers on previous dates. Church continues to combat scammers with his proprietary presale process and delayed delivery tickets, making it tough on them to resell.

All fans who hope to see “one of country’s smartest, most ambitious singers and songwriters,” (Vulture) from beginning to end on the Holdin’ My Own Tour, need to ensure they take their seats by 8 p.m. as Church will kick the show off promptly with a huge moment, without any preceding opening support. The double-set show will feature a 360-degree stage that offers fans great views from anywhere in the arena.

For the first time on a tour, concertgoers will be able to purchase Church’s custom boot line at the venue (no longer a VIP-only experience). In September of 2014, Church partnered with Lucchese Boots to launch his exclusive signature boot line, These Boots by Lucchese. Each pair has the lyrics to the song These Boots in Church’s handwriting laser etched into the sole, and are handmade in El Paso, Texas. Fans can pre-order boots ahead of time and get fitted at the venue by our team of boot specialists. For more information and to pre-order visit

The Holdin’ My Own Tour comes on the heels of Church winning Album of the Year at the CMA Awards with his critically acclaimed, surprise-release album, Mr. Misunderstood. His most recent single, the thought-provoking ballad, Kill A Word, highlights, as Billboard claims, Church’s “impressive voice, as well as his songwriting skills.” Church also released a live album in November, Mr. Misunderstood On the Rocks Live & (Mostly) Unplugged, recorded at Morrison, Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre, where the singer/songwriter announced his 2017 tour directly to his fans at the show.


Tuesday, Feb. 28        London, Ont.               Budweiser Gardens

Thursday, March 2     Toronto                        Air Canada Centre

Friday, March 3         Ottawa                        Richcraft Live at Canadian Tire Centre

Saturday, March 4      Montreal                      Bell Centre

Tuesday, March 7       Winnipeg                     MTS Centre

Thursday, March 9     Saskatoon                   SaskTel Centre

Friday, March 10        Edmonton                   Northlands Coliseum

Saturday, March 11    Calgary                       Scotiabank Saddledome

Tuesday, March 14     Vancouver                  Rogers Arena

For further details on the ticketing system plus information on VIP packages, These Boots by Lucchese and Church’s custom-designed Gibson Hummingbird Dark on tour, stay tuned to