One of country music's favorite couples recently announced their plans for an upcoming 2017 World Tour. Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will set out on their Soul2Soul World Tour on April 7 in New Orleans, hitting cities like Tulsa, Detroit and Dallas across their 65-date route. The tour is expected to extend out until Oct. 27 where it will wrap in Brooklyn at The Barclays Center.
Since their last tour together in 2006, Tim McGraw has gone on to release several chart-topping hits including "One Of Those Nights," "Meanwhile Back at Mama's," a duet with Faith Hill, and his current single, "How I'll Always Be." Faith Hill's last record, Fireflies, was released prior to the tour in 2005. This upcoming Soul2Soul Tour will be the 10th anniversary of their first Soul2Soul route, and also celebrates the pair's 20 years of marriage, an anniversary which they celebrated the same week as their big announcement.
Tickets to Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's 2017 World Tour are averaging $237 on the resale market, according to the data aggregated by TicketIQ. The tour's first date on April 7 in New Orleans is averaging $347, with the cheapest ticket starting at $134. McGraw and Hill will play two nights in Connecticut at the Mohegan Sun Arena, where the lowest-priced ticket can be found for $128. In July, the duo will hit the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and tickets for that performance are averaging $284.
The Soul2Soul II Tour remains the highest-grossing multi-year country music tour of all time, and its likely that Soul2Soul in 2017 will rival the prices seen in 2006. McGraw and Hill's 2012-2013 Soul2Soul Las Vegas residency saw incredible demand, posting ticket averages as high as $701.