Eric Church offers free concerts after canceling to watch the final four basketballs

By Melissa Romualdi.

9 hours ago

Eric Church is trying to make it to his fans.

On Tuesday, the country’s singer canceled a huge concert so he could watch his favorite University of North Carolina basketball team play Duke in the highly anticipated Final Four.

Over the weekend, the church issued a statement saying it would offer a free concert for everyone affected by its canceled show.

“Thank you San Antonio for taking me and my family to this game,” Church said. “It took me a minute to figure out exactly how and when to say thank you.”

The church said it would return in September “for a King Free show for those of you who have purchased tickets and are planning to attend our canceled San Antonio show.”

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Many fans are upset that the church’s original decision was overturned.

The “Heart on Fire” singer’s statement sought to explain to his fans how badly he wanted to watch the Tar Hills College game on Saturday night, which eventually led him to cancel his performance at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.

He acknowledged that the move was “the most selfish thing” he had ever asked of his fans and continued to persuade them not to do so selfishly. Blame a boy for going A game that means a lot to him.

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“I’ve seen Carolina and Duke fight for years, but for the first time in the history of the NCAA Tournament, matching them in the Final Four is the dream of any sports enthusiast,” Church said.

However, many fans did not understand and took their frustration to Twitter:

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