Something big appears to be brewing at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis and it just may be related to a major concert announcement we're making Wednesday, March 2 at 8:30 a.m.

At 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1, US Bank Stadium sent out a cryptic tweet tweet of an ice sculpture the featured the face of what appears to be a man. The only text included on tweet was the word 'Tomorrow'.

Just who is featured on the ice? Is it Dale Earnhardt? Alan Jackson? Definitely not those two.

Country music fans, specifically those in a club called the Church Choir likely noticed something very familiar with this whole thing. I know one country artist that immediately came to mind once this picture went public. I'd seen that likeness before, I believe.

Could it be related to Eric Church? Well, whether if by coincidence or not, a quick look at the Eric Church Twitter page Tuesday turned up something very interesting indeed. Also, something potentially very exciting for both Eric Church and Morgan Wallen fans.

Here's the tweet sent from Eric Church around noon on Tuesday:

It appears things are getting more and more clear with this whole situation and it's very closely related to a major concert announcement B105 will be making at 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 2.

Ken and Lauren will give you all the official details during the B105 Breakfast Club Wednesday, including complete ticket sale and presale information.

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Not only that, we are prepared to hook you up with tickets before they go on sale! If you don't have the B105 App yet, it would be a great idea to get it now.

The bottom line is to keep your radio and B105 and you won't miss anything.

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