Nearly two weeks to the day after selling out Nissan Stadium on his Double Down Tour -- and setting a new attendance record for the venue -- Eric Church took the stage there once again, for a CMA Fest 2019 performance. Armed only with his acoustic guitar, Church took the audience through his catalog, commanding the stage solo during his 30-minute set.

Church opened his CMA Fest show with "Mistress Named Music," from 2015's Mr. Misunderstood before seguing into more than a dozen other tracks. Hits such as "Drink in My Hand," "Creepin'" and "Springsteen" were there, as were "Talladega," "Smoke a Little Smoke" and his current single, "Some of It." He concluded by coming back around to "Mistress Named Music;" readers can press play above to watch.

Church's Nissan Stadium performance came on Friday night (June 7), the second day of CMA Fest 2019. The annual event, which includes free stages throughout downtown Nashville; Fan Fair X and various fan club parties; and nightly shows at both Nissan Stadium and Ascend Amphitheater, runs through Sunday (June 9). A TV special will air in early August.

Church has four festival shows on his calendar this summer, then will pick his Double Down Tour back up again in mid-September. Currently, shows are scheduled into late November.

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