Church and Jordan gathered at White Limozeen at The Graduate Nashville to watch NASCAR with the Graduate founder Ben Weprin.
They sipped on Cincoro Tequila, which is co-owned by Jordan with fellow NBA owners, Jeanie Buss of the Los Angeles Lakers, Wes Edens of the Milwaukee Bucks, Emilia Fazzalari and her husband Wyc Grousbeck of the Boston Celtics.
Church documented his time with the six-time NBA Championship winner.
“Enjoyed the fellowship and the libations. Go Heels” Church wrote alongside a photo of the pair.
The “Doing Life With Me” singer is a life-long fan of the North Carolina Tar Heels, where Jordan played from 1981 to 1984 before the launch of his iconic NBA career.
Jordan was in Music City for the Ally 400 NASCAR Cup Series as he is the principal owner and chairman of 23XI Racing alongside three-time Daytona 500 winner Denny Hamlin.
Eric Church, a longtime fan of NASCAR, previously released his song “Talladega” in 2014 in celebration of times spent with friends and loved ones at a race.
“I wanted it to be about the emotional attachment that people have to a memory that involved going to a race,” Church previously explained of the song in a press release. ”It wasn’t about the race. It was about being with the people there and having that escapism.”
The song takes it name from NASCAR’s “biggest and baddest track,” The Talladega Speedway, which is located in Alabama. Chase Elliott of Hendrick Motorsports named the Church tune a song he gets hype to before the big race.
Dubbed “NASHCAR,” the Ally 400 took place at the Nashville Superspeedway on Sunday, June 26. The event brought out a plethora of country music artists, including, Kane Brown, who served as the Grand Marshal, as well as Brothers Osborne, who headlined the pre-race concert, and Reyna Roberts, who sang the National Anthem.
Morgan Wallen, Tyler Braden, Chase Rice, Rascal Flatts’ Gary LeVox, Julia Cole, Peytan Porter, Shelby Darrall, Charles Esten, Halle Kearns, Mason Ramsey, and more were also in attendance.
Dolly Parton and Keith Urban also partook in the festivities virtually.
Chase Elliott took the checkered flag in the NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400.