Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Reveal More Dates and 26 Opening Acts For Soul2Soul Tour

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill Reveal More Dates and 26 Opening Acts For Soul2Soul Tour

Earlier in the day (Jan. 31) Tim McGraw and Faith Hill teased an announcement about their upcoming Soul2Soul Tour, asking fans to tune in to a Facebook Live event at 5:30 EST.

The superstar couple took that moment to announce that they were adding some new dates to the tour and to reveal that they personally picked all the opening acts for their shows on the Soul2Soul Tour. Get this, there are 26 of them.

“The first thing we wanted to say is that we’ve confirmed all of our opening acts for the tour,” Tim said in the video.

“Yes, a different one for every weekend, which is very important,” Faith added. “We have hand selected all of our opening acts. They are very special singer/songwriters all-genre people that we have discovered over the last year.”

The opening acts will be Brothers Osborne, NeedToBreathe, Seth Ennis, The Shadowboxers, Jon Pardi, Chris Lane, Joseph, Midland, Caitlyn Smith, High Valley, Charlie Worsham, Lori McKenna, Rachel Platten, Rhiannon Giddens, Devin Dawson, Maggie Rose, Natalie Hemby, Ben Rector, Brent Cobb, Eric Paslay, Brandy Clark, Cam, Chris Janson, Steve Moalker, Locash and Margo Price.

Each act will open a couple of shows along the way. So check out the list below, pick your city, pick your favorite opening act and catch Tim and Faith creating magic on the Soul2Soul Tour this summer when it kicks off on April 9 in New Orleans with the Brothers Osborne.

2017 Soul2Soul World Tour Dates With Opening Acts

Brothers Osborne
April 7 / New Orleans / Smoothie King Center
April 9 / Tupelo, Miss. / Bancorpsouth Arena

NeedToBreathe
April 20 / N. Charleston, S.C. / N. Charleston Coliseum
April 21 / Birmingham, Ala. / BJCC
April 22 / Atlanta / Phillips Arena

Seth Ennis
April 27 / St. Louis / Scottrade Center
April 28 / Louisville Ky. / KFC Yum! Center
April 29 / Indianapolis / Bankers Life Fieldhouse

The Shadowboxers
May 4 / Newark, N.J. / Prudential Center
May 5 / Uncasville, Conn. / Mohegan Sun
May 6 / Uncasville, Conn./ Mohegan Sun

Jon Pardi
May 11 / Tulsa, Okla. / Bok Center
May 12 / Lincoln, Neb. / Pinnacle Bank Arena
May 13 / Oklahoma City, Okla. / Chesapeake Energy Arena

Chris Lane
May 18 / Spokane, Wash. / Spokane Arena
May 19 / Bozeman, Mont. / Brick Breeden Fieldhouse
May 20 / Bozeman, Mont. / Brick Breeden Fieldhouse

Joseph
May 25 / Boise, Idaho / Taco Bell Arena
May 26 / Portland, Ore. / Moda Center
May 27 / Tacoma, Wash. / Tacoma Dome

Midland
May 31 / Vancouver, British Columbia / Rogers Arena
June 2 / Calgary, Alberta / Scotiabank Saddledome
June 3 / Edmonton, Alberta / Rogers Palace
June 4 / Saskatoon, Saskatchewan / Sasktel Centre

Caitlyn Smith
June 7 / Winnipeg, Manitoba / MTS Centre
June 9 / Sioux Falls, S.D. / Denny Sanford Premier Centre
June 10 / Des Moines, Iowa / Wells Fargo Arena

High Valley
June 15 / Grand Rapids, Mich. / Van Andel Arena
June 16 / Milwaukee, Wis. / BMO Harris Bradley Center
June 17 / Moline, Ill. / IWireless Center
Charlie Worsham
June 22 / Ottawa, Ontario / Canadian Tire Centre
June 23 / Toronto, Ontario / Air Canada Centre
June 24 / Toronto, Ontario / Air Canada Centre

Lori McKenna
July 7 / Boston / TD Garden
July 8 / Boston / TD Garden

Rachel Platten
July 13 / Las Vegas / T-Mobile Arena
July 14 / Los Angeles / Staples Center
July 15 / Los Angeles / Staples Center

Rhiannon Giddens
July 21 / Glendale, Ariz. / Gila River Arena
July 22 / Ontario, Canada / Citizens Business Bank Arena
July 23 / San Diego / Valley View Casino Center

Devin Dawson
July 28 / Sacramento, Calif. / Golden 1 Center
July 29 / San Jose, Calif. / SAP Center
July 31 / Denver / Pepsi Center
Aug. 1 / Denver / Pepsi Center
Aug. 3 / Little Rock, Ark. / Verizon Arena

Aug. 4 / Nashville – No Opening Act Announced
Aug. 5 / Nashville – No Opening Act Announced

Maggie Rose
Aug. 17 / Cleveland / Quicken Loans Arena
Aug. 18 / Philadelphia / Wells Fargo Center

Natalie Hemby
Aug. 24 / Fargo, N.D. / Fargodome
Aug. 25 / St. Paul, Minn. / XCEL Energy Center
Aug. 26/ St. Paul, Minn. / XCEL Energy Center

Ben Rector
Aug. 31 / Chicago / Allstate Arena
Sept. 1 / Chicago / Allstate Arena
Sept. 2 / Cincinnati / US Bank Arena

Brent Cobb
Sept. 7 / Columbus, Ohio / Nationwide Arena
Sept. 8 / Detroit / The Palace of Auburn Hills
Sept. 9/ Ft. Wayne, Ind. / War Memorial

Eric Paslay
Sept. 14 / Knoxville, Tenn. / Thompson Boling Arena
Sept. 15 / Greenville, S.C. / Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Sept. 16 / Jacksonville, Fla. / Veterans Memorial Arena

Brandy Clark
Sept. 21 / Wichita, Kan. / Intrust Bank Arena
Sept. 22 / Omaha, Neb. / Centurylink Arena
Sept. 23 / Kansas City, Mo. / Sprint Center

Cam
Sept. 27 / Salt Lake City / Vivint Smart Home Arena
Sept. 29 / Fresno, Calif. / Save Mart Center
Sept. 30 / Bakersfield, Calif. / Rabobank Center

Chris Janson
Oct. 5 / San Antonio / AT& T Center
Oct. 6 / Houston / Toyota Center
Oct. 7 / Dallas / American Airlines Arena

Steve Moakler
Oct. 12 / Pittsburgh / PPG Paints Arena
Oct. 13 / Washington, D.C. / Verizon Center
Oct. 14 / Greensboro, N.C. / Greensboro Coliseum

LoCash
Oct. 19 / Sunrise, Fla. / BB&T Center
Oct. 20 / Tampa, Fla. / Amalie Arena
Oct. 21 / Orlando, Fla. / Amway Center

Margo Price
Oct. 26 / Buffalo, N.Y. / First Niagara Center
Oct. 27 / Brooklyn, N.Y. / Barclays Center

 

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