The pair’s “Soul2Soul” tours began more than a decade ago and continue to sell out at various venues despite chart-topping ticket prices. With their on-stage chemistry, it’s probably not surprising that, in 2006, McGraw and Hill set a record for the top-grossing North American tour in country music history.
The duo return to the Venetian’s 1,815-seat theater beginning Oct. 25 for a series of Friday and Saturday night gigs over 10 weekends, wrapping up April 12, 2014. They’ll perform each evening at 7 and 9:30 p.m.
"We made the most out of our short time in Vegas [earlier this year] and had a lot of fun onstage and offstage, but it seemed like it was over just as we were getting good and warmed up," McGraw said in a news release. "The reaction was impossible to ignore, so it was a total no-brainer to add more shows when the Venetian asked us.”
"Tim and I love performing together, but it's been such a scheduling challenge the last few years because we have two careers and three teenage daughters' school and social calendars to coordinate around,” Hill added.
Tickets, available through Ticketmaster, start at $117. They skyrocket to $1,026 for seats in the first couple of rows.
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