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McGraw, Hill are back in '17

Tuesday, October 4, 2016 – The Soul2Soul Tour is coming back in 2017.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill announced at a surprise show at the Ryman that they would hit the road for an extended tour starting in April 2017 and concluding in July.

Tour dates are:
April 7 - New Orleans
April 9 - Tupelo, Miss.
April 20 - North Charleston, S.C.
April 21 - Birmingham, Ala.
April 22 - Atlanta
April 27 - St. Louis
April 28 - Louisville, Ky.
April 29 - Indianapolis, Ind.
May 4 - Newark, N.J.
May 5-6 - Uncasville, Conn.
May 11 - Tulsa, Okla.
May 12 - Lincoln, Neb.
May 13 - Oklahoma City, Okla.
May 18 - Spokane, Wash.
May 20 - Bozeman, Mont.
May 25 - Boise, Idaho
May 26 - Portland, Ore.
May 27 - Tacoma, Wash.
May 30 - Vancouver, Canada
June 2 - Calgary, Canada
June 3 - Edmonton, Canada
June 4 - Saskatoon, Canada
June 8 - Winnipeg, Canada
June 9 - Sioux Falls, S.D.
June 10 - Des Moines, Ia.
June 15 - Grand Rapids, Mich.
June 16 - Milwaukee, Wisc.
June 17 - Moline, Ill.
June 22 - Ottawa, Canada
June 23 - Toronto, Canada
July 7 - Boston
July 14 - Los Angeles
Julyu 21 - Glendale, Ariz.
July 23- San Diego
July 28 - Sacramento, Cal.
July 29 - San Jose, Cal.
Aug. 1 - Denver
Aug. 3- Little Rock, Ark.
Aug. 4 - Nashville
Aug. 17 - Cleveland
Aug. 18 - Philadelphia
Aug. 24 - Fargo, N.D.
Aug. 25 - St. Paul, Minn.
Aug. 31 - Chicago
Sept. 2 - Cincinnati
Sept. 7 - Columbus, Ohio
Sept. 8 - Detroit
Sept. 14 - Knoxville, Tenn.
Sept. 16 - Jacksonville, Fla.
Sept.21 - Wichita, Kansas
Sept.22 - Omaha, Neb.
Sept. 23 - Kansas City, Mo.
Sept. 27 - Salt Lake City, Utah
Sept. 29 - Fresno, Cal.
Sept. 30 - Bakersfield, Cal.
Oct. 5 - San Antonio, Texas
Oct. 6 - Houston
Oct. 7 - Dallas
Oct. 12 - Pittsburgh
Oct. 13 - Washington, D.C.
Oct. 14 - Greensboro, N.C.
Oct. 19 - Sunrise, Fla.
Oct. 20 - Tampa, Fla.
Oct. 26 - Buffalo, N.Y.
Oct. 27 - Brooklyn, N.Y.

The original Soul2Soul tour was in 2000, followed by a tour in 2006. While McGraw has released new material and toured regularly, Hill's last CD was "Joy to the World" in 2008. Her last single, "American Heart," was released in 2012.

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