As the noon hour approached on Tuesday, March 1, Eric Church sent out a cryptic tweet that showed him sharing the stage with Morgan Wallen, along with the line "We Should Do It Again Soon."

Needless to say, Eric Church and Morgan Wallen fans knew right away that something was up, but the question was just exactly what was happening? A studio collaboration? A performance together on an awards show or other special? Perhaps even a tour?

On Wednesday, March 2 we found out exactly what that tweet was all about. Eric Church would indeed tour with Morgan Wallen and they would it in the "go big or go home" style we'd expect. Not only that, the tour would be making a stop in Minneapolis in the not too distant future.

On Saturday, June 11, Eric Church is promising 'One Hell Of A Night' with Morgan Wallen at U.S. Bank Stadium. Newcomer Ernest will open the show.

Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, March 11 at 10:00 a.m.  However, there will be fan club and other related presales that will allow you to purchase tickets early.

There's also a special radio presale beginning March 9 that B105 listeners can take advantage of, and we're happy to share with you the code you'll need to get it done.

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From 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, March 9 through 10:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 10, just log in to Ticketmaster to purchase tickets and be sure use the password: HOF22.

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Of course, B105 will have chances the week of March 7 to win your tickets, even before they go on sale. Make sure you have the B105 App and listen to Ken and Lauren each morning at 8:20 to win tickets.

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