Eric Church is always thinking outside the box, and he's adding a unique element to his upcoming shows in Nashville.

The country superstar announced that he's opening up a pop-up store for the third year in a row in conjunction with his two upcoming shows at Bridgestone Arena (May 26 and May 27) and CMA Fest. The store will feature one-of-a-kind items from Church's collection, including his autographed Gibson Hummingbird Dark Signature guitar, personalized Jack Daniels barrels, vintage tour merchandise and more.

But the pop-up store also offers some very lucky fans the opportunity to attend his sold-out shows at Bridgestone. Fans who come into the store starting Friday and purchase the store's exclusive poster may just find a pair of tickets to that evening's performance inside.

The pop-up store, located at 218 South 11th Street in East Nashville, will be open from 10AM to 6PM May 26 through May 28 and for the duration of CMA Fest, which runs June 8-11. A portion of the store's proceeds will go to the Chief Cares Fund, a nonprofit started by Church and his wife Katherine that benefits underprivileged children and families across the globe.

Church's two-night stay at Bridgestone Arena marks the conclusion of his 2017 Holdin' My Own Tour that spanned 60 dates in just four months. The "Kill a Word" singer went solo on this trek, bringing nothing but himself and his band out on the road to perform a three-hour set from his catalogue of hits. He'll return later this year for select live dates — his last of the year.

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