Country mega star, Eric Church, played two nights at Golden 1 Center this past weekend, November 22nd and 23rd, on his Double Down Tour. With albums dating back to 2006, Church’s large repertoire allowed him to create two unique shows. Church gave both crowds a different set list, adding a surprise element to the show, as fans were eagerly awaiting their favorite songs, new and old.
Church kicked off his Double Down Tour in Omaha, Nebraska back in January and brought it to a close in the good ol' California Capitol. His fans were given their money’s worth as he played a two-set show, lasting around three hours. Even after months on end of touring, Church did not seem to want it to end.
“You know that when it comes to the last show, I don’t want to go home. I don’t want it to be over. So tonight is going to be a pretty epic and historic night, If you guys want to go there, I’m gonna go there with you. I got nothing to do tomorrow, so we could stay through the holiday,” said Church, as he hyped up the crowd for his final show of the tour.
Church’s unique country twang, mixed with some rock and roll, gave for one heck of a boot stomping performance. Fans were immersed in the show, as Church’s horseshoe catwalk wrapped around the pit. Church made a point to shake hands and interact with the fans as much as possible. He made you feel as if you were right alongside him in his exhilarating performance.
It’s no secret that Church has had a successful career. After 13 years of putting out records and touring, Church is still dominating the country music scene. Just last week, Church was nominated for two Grammy Awards for “Best Country Song” and “Best Country Album”. His two night stay in Sacramento proved that he deserves to take home the gold.