Erich Church adds a Grand Rapids stop at Van Andel Arena to his Extended Double Down Tour.
The ACM Album of the Year nominee told his fans “I don’t want to be two months from the end of this thing – so we’re going to play a little more… I can’t thank you enough for what this is and what I’m seeing every night. I appreciate everyone giving me everything they’ve got, and I look forward to seeing you on the road!”
Church has set a new standard for touring with his back-to-back stands in each city of the Double Down Tour, with Rolling Stone pointing out each night’s unique “set list that dwarfs those of his country peers… where loose, funky explorations [are] given just as much space as the singer’s radio hits” and the Kansas City Star noting that the concept works “to showcase Church’s expansive range.” The St. Louis Post-Dispatch also praised the structure of the tour, proclaiming “it was perfection. And then, after two hours and 45 minutes of music, it was over. Until the next night.”
In addition to unique set lists, each night of the tour has also seen elements specific to the host locations themselves. Church’s references to local venues he played in his earliest days and tribute-filled medleys have won crowds over in every city thus far – from Fenway Park classic “Sweet Caroline” in Boston to the falsetto notes of Prince’s “Kiss” in Minneapolis and a twangy version of Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” in Detroit – leading Forbes to declare, “It’s a show where paying tribute to Merle Haggard in the first set and Queen in the second set feels natural.”
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Friday, August 2nd, 2019
We will be welcoming the Lakeshore Blues Festival to the Frauenthal Theater on Friday, August 2nd. This show includes blues legend Willy Clayton, Wendall B, Nelli Travis and Pokey Bear. Tickets are available at the Frauenthal box office.
Saturday, August 24 & 25, 2019
Muskegon welcomes Alexander Zonjic’s 6th annual Shoreline Jazz Festival at Heritage Landing in Muskegon happens on August 24th and 25th. Artists include Kave Koz, Justin Shultz, Lin Rountree, Nick Colione and more. Go to StarTickets.com for tickets or to Shoreline Jazz Festival dot com for more information.