For the first time in six years, married country superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will be performing together in a long series of shows in Las Vegas this winter.
The mini-residency, dubbed Soul2Soul, will begin on Dec. 7 at the Venetian Hotel and continue over ten nonconsecutive weekends through April of next year.
In a joint statement, the McGraw-Hill duo hinted that these concerts might be the last chance for fans to see them play together. “We are creating a show that will be completely different from what we’ve done before – and might ever do again,” the statement read.
“Everyone will be close,” they added, referring to the scant 1,815 seats available in the Venetian Theater. “So it opens up all kinds of creative possibilities, and we’re looking forward to exploring those so that we can really give our fans something truly special.”
Tickets, which range from $95 all the way up to $295 (or $1,000 for a VIP package), go on presale tomorrow and general sale next Monday.
The dates of their residency are as follows:
Jan. 25- 26
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