Eric Church will play a rare small-scale performance at this year’s Late Night Jam at the Ryman Auditorium.
Eric Church has been steadily selling out arenas and stadiums as a headlining act in recent years. In June, fans will have the rare opportunity to see him play an intimate set that will raise money for a good cause.
Church will join Jimmy Webb, Charley Pride and Brothers Osborne for Marty Stuart‘s 14th annual Late Night Jam at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. The show, which happens each year during the week of CMA Fest, raises money for MusiCares, a charity started by the Recording Academy that helps to support struggling musicians. All of the musicians who perform during the Late Night Jam play for free in order to channel as much money as possible into the charity.
“I was fortunate enough to play the Late Night Jam early on in my career, and enjoyed the whole vibe and experience,” Church told Rolling Stone Country. “I love Marty and his guys and I can’t wait to join an already fantastic lineup.”
The show, which doesn’t begin until 10 p.m., is expected to last well into the morning. Tickets are currently available for $39.50 and $29.50 at the Ryman’s official website.