Eric Church's fans, known as the Church Choir, are getting special treatment for his Outsiders World Tour. The North Carolina native took to his Facebook page to share the exciting news.

"We came from small rooms," he explains. "We came from small clubs and bars. And a lot of you were there with us. Most of you were there with us. I wanted to capture the same thing in these bigger rooms."

Church goes on to show the new stage setup, which allows Church Choir members to sit all around the stage, including scoring coveted seats in the pit, up-close and personal to Church.

The 'Cold One' singer is joined on the road by Dwight Yoakam, Brothers OsborneHalestorm and Brandy Clark. His opening acts, he says, were a way to illustrate what the tour is all about.

"It's called the Outsiders Tour, so we were trying to show what that is," he explains to Rolling Stone Country. "Dwight Yoakam is an obvious [example]. I was stunned that when we asked he said yes. Brothers Osborne, I've known them a while, and they try to do it a different way. Halestorm, everyone knows Lzzy Hale, we've done a couple performances together. And then we have Brandy, who I think made the best album in country music in the past year."

One thing is certain -- Church promises that no two shows will be alike. In an era where everything seems to be programmed and set in stone, at least for live performances, the country music hitmaker says he intends to keep things fresh throughout his entire trek.

"Every night, different setlist," Church promises. "It's a challenge for us, but that's our problem."

See all of Church's upcoming shows here.