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Church adds solo show

Friday, May 1, 2015 – After announcing a rare solo performance opening Nashville's new Ascend Amphitheater show one week ago for late July, Eric Church added a second show after tickets went clean in less than five minutes.

As a result, Church added a July 31 show to go along with his July 30 gig.

"I wouldn't be where I am today if I didn't listen to my fans, and this time they spoke up loud and clear," said Church. "I am keeping with the tradition of The Outsiders Tour in that no show will be the same, but I am adding a second night to ensure we can get all our friends in for this performance."

Tickets go on sale to public Thursday, May 7 at 11 a.m. eastern. General admission pit and reserved seating is priced at $85, and general admission lawn seats are $45.

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