Tim and Faith Prepare to Bare Their “Soul2Soul” in Las Vegas

For 10 weekends this December through April, country music fans in Las Vegas can expect to be dealt a full house. At a press conference this morning at the Venetian on the Las Vegas Strip, country power couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill announced plans for a new concert venture: a semi-regular stage show inside the 1,800-seat Venetian Theatre dubbed "Soul2Soul."

"We're really excited about bringing this show to our fans," said Tim, who will share the spotlight with his wife for four performances every weekend during the winter/spring run. "We will spend most of the time together onstage," Faith added. "I'm so excited."

Eager fans can purchase tickets, which start at $95.50, in a special presale tomorrow (Aug. 8), with the general on-sale beginning Monday (Aug. 13) at venetian.com.

"It's a moment in time," Faith said of the run, which adds her and Tim to the ranks of country artists who have set up shop in the desert. Garth Brooks launched a successful, stripped-down show at the Wynn Las Vegas, while Shania Twain is set to debut her spectacle at Caesars Palace in December.

Said Tim: "It's not the same Vegas it used to be."

For more on Tim and Faith's Las Vegas run, pick up the Sept. 3 issue of Country Weekly, on newsstands Aug. 27.

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