TIM & FAITH: COUNTRY’S TOP TOUR

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are set to take country’s touring crown for the year, according to Billboard magazine.

Tim and Faith’s Soul2Soul II Tour is expected to sell more than 1.1 million tickets. That would be more than enough to claim the 2006 touring crown from Kenny Chesney, who has scored the highest tour grosses the last couple of years. Tim and Faith have played multiple shows in markets like New York City and Philadelphia, because of the high ticket demand. “We never do anything unless we want it to be the biggest and the best thing out there,” says Tim.

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