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Here on Earth, McGraw sets tour

Monday, January 13, 2020 – Tim McGraw announced today he will head the 2020 Here On Earth Tour.

Midland and Ingrid Andress will be openers. The tour gets underway
July 10 in Syracuse, N.Y. and winds up in Chicago on
Sept. 26. McGraw also will do two stadium shows with Luke Combs in Philadelphia and Los Angeles.

"Anyone who knows me knows how much I love to be outside in the summertime playing music," McGraw said. "Everyone is there, sharing the moment, having fun and letting loose. To be here on earth in this moment, together, sharing our love for music and getting through all that life is throwing us - that's what it's all about."

Andress recently released her debut single "More Hearts Than Mine."

Tour dates are:
July 10 - Syrcause, N.Y. @ St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
July 11 - Hartford, Ct. @ Xfinity Theatre
July 12 - Wilkes-Barre, Pa. @ Mohegan Sun Arena
July 16 - Raleigh, N.C. @ Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
July 17 - Charlotte, N.C. @ PNC Music Pavilion
July 18 - Bristow, Va. @ Jiffy Lube Live
July 23 - Cincinnati, Ohio @ Riverbend Music Center
July 24 - Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio @ Blossom Music Center
July 25 - Toronto, Ont. @ Budweiser Stage
July 30 - Canandaigua, N.Y. @ Constellation Brands - Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center
July 31 - Burgettstown, Pa. @ S&T Bank Music Park
Aug. 1 - Holmdel, N.J. @ PNC Bank Arts Center
Aug. 6 - Austin, Texas @ Germania Insurance Amphitheater
Aug. 7 - Houston, Texas @ Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman
Aug. 8 - Dallas, Texas @ Dos Equis Pavilion
Aug. 13 - Albuquerque, N.M. @ Isleta Amphitheater
Aug. 14 - Phoenix, Ariz. @ Ak-Chin Pavilion
Aug. 15 - San Diego, Calif. @ North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
Aug. 21 - Mountain View, Calif. @ Shoreline Amphitheatre
Aug. 22 - Sacramento, Calif. @ Toyota Amphitheatre
Aug. 27 - Salt Lake City, Utah @ USANA Amphitheater
Aug. 28 - Boise, Idaho @ Idaho Center Amphitheater
Aug. 29 - Portland, Ore. @ Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
Sept. 4 - Los Angeles, Calif. @ SoFi Stadium (with Luke Combs)
Sept. 12 - Philadelphia, Pa. @ Citizens Bank Park (with Luke Combs)
Sept. 17 - Tuscaloosa, Ala. @ The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater
Sept. 18 - Atlanta, Ga. @ Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
Sept. 24 - St. Louis, Mo. @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Sept. 25 - Indianapolis, Ind. @ Ruoff Music Center
Sept. 26 - Chicago, Ill. @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

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