Tim McGraw, Faith Hill Reveal Opening Acts For 2017 Soul2Soul Tour

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill‘s 2017 Soul2Soul Tour will have something unique to offer fans. They will bring 26 opening acts for the tour, with each opening act being “hand selected” by the superstar couple to appear at a handful of shows.

During a Facebook Live event on Tuesday (Jan. 31), McGraw and Hill revealed that the opening acts will include 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, Devon Dawson, Maggie Rose, Natalie Hemby, Ben Rector, Brent Cobb, Eric Paslay, Brandy Clark, Cam, Chris Janson, Steve Moakler, LoCash and Margo Price.

Notably, no opening acts have been announced for the tour’s two Nashville shows, slated for Aug. 4-5 at Bridgestone Arena.

“We’ve had some great artists open up Soul2Soul in the past, so the bar was pretty high when we put this group together,” said Hill.

Added McGraw “These artists represent a combination of some of the most exciting new acts from all genres out there, as well as some that we have been fans of for the past few years. We are honored to have them all with us, and look forward to seeing them live.”

Soul2Soul 2017 Tour Dates (w/openers):

April 7: New Orleans, LA; Smoothie King Center-Brothers Osborne
April 9: Tupelo, MS; BancorpSouth Arena-Brothers Osborne
April 20: N. Charleston, SC; N Charleston Coliseum-NEEDTOBREATHE
April 21: Birmingham, AL; Legacy Arena at the BJCC-NEEDTOBREATHE
April 22: Atlanta, GA; Philips Arena-NEEDTOBREATHE
April 27: St. Louis, MO; Scottrade Center-Seth Ennis
April 28: Louisville, KY; KFC Yum! Center-Seth Ennis
April 29: Indianapolis, IN*; Bankers Life Fieldhouse-Seth Ennis
May 4:Newark, NJ; Prudential Center-The Shadowboxers
May 5: Uncasville, CT; Mohegan Sun-The Shadowboxers
May 6: Uncasville, CT; Mohegan Sun-The Shadowboxers
May 11: Tulsa, OK; BOK Center-Jon Pardi
May 12: Lincoln, NE; Pinnacle Bank Arena-Jon Pardi
May 13: Oklahoma City, OK; Chesapeake Energy Arena-Jon Pardi
May 18: Spokane, WA; Spokane Arena-Chris Lane
May 19: Bozeman, MT; Brick Breeden Fieldhouse-Chris Lane
May 20: Bozeman, MT; Brick Breeden Fieldhouse-Chris Lane
May 25: Boise, ID; Taco Bell Arena-Joseph
May 26: Portland, OR; Moda Center-Joseph
May 27: Tacoma, WA; Tacoma Dome-Joseph
May 31: Vancouver, BC; Rogers Arena-Midland
June 2: Calgary, AB; Scotiabank Saddledome-Midland
June 3: Edmonton, AB; Rogers Place-Midland
June 4: Saskatoon, SK; SaskTel Centre-Midland
June 7: Winnipeg, MB; MTS Centre-Caitlyn Smith
June 9: Sioux Falls, SD; Denny Sanford Premier Center-Caitlyn Smith
June 10: Des Moines, IA; Wells Fargo Arena-Caitlyn Smith
June 15: Grand Rapids, MI; Van Andel Arena-High Valley
June 16: Milwaukee, WI; BMO Bradley Harris Arena-High Valley
June 17: Moline, IL; iwireless Center-High Valley
June 22: Ottawa, ON; Canadian Tire Centre-Charlie Worsham
June 23: Toronto, ON; Air Canada Centre-Charlie Worsham
June 24: Toronto, ON; Air Canada Centre-Charlie Worsham
July 7: Boston, MA; TD Garden-Lori McKenna
July 8: Boston, MA; TD Garden-Lori McKenna
July 13: Las Vegas, NV; T-Mobile Arena-Rachael Platten
July 14: Los Angeles, CA; STAPLES Center-Rachael Platten
July 15: Los Angeles, CA; STAPLES Center-Rachael Platten
July 21: Glendale, AZ; Gila River Arena-Rhiannon Giddens
July 22: Ontario, CA; Citizens Business Bank Arena-Rhiannon Giddens
July 23: San Diego, CA; Valley View Casino Center-Rhiannon Giddens
July 28: Sacramento, CA; Golden 1 Center-Devin Dawson
July 29: San Jose, CA; SAP Center-Devin Dawson
July 31: Denver, CO; Pepsi Center-Devin Dawson
Aug 1: Denver, CO; Pepsi Center-Devin Dawson
Aug 3: Little Rock, AR; Verizon Arena-Devin Dawson
Aug 4: Nashville TN; Bridgestone Arena-TBD
Aug 5: Nashville, TN; Bridgestone Arena-TBD
Aug 17: Cleveland, OH; Quicken Loans Arena-Maggie Rose
Aug 18: Philadelphia, PA; Wells Fargo Center-Maggie Rose
Aug 24: Fargo, ND; Fargodome-Natalie Hemby
Aug 25: St. Paul, MN; Xcel Energy Center-Natalie Hemby
Aug 26: St. Paul, MN; Xcel Energy Center-Natalie Hemby
Aug 31: Chicago, IL; Allstate Arena-Ben Rector
Sept 1: Chicago, IL; Allstate Arena-Ben Rector
Sept 2: Cincinnati, OH; US Bank Arena-Ben Rector
Sept 7: Columbus, OH; Nationwide Arena-Brent Cobb
Sept 8: Detroit, MI; The Palace-Brent Cobb
Sept 9: Ft. Wayne, IN; War Memorial-Brent Cobb
Sept 14: Knoxville, TN; Thompson Boling Arena-Eric Paslay
Sept 15: Greenville, SC; Bon Secours Wellness Arena-Eric Paslay
Sept 16: Jacksonville, FL; Veterans Memorial Arena-Eric Paslay
Sept 21: Wichita, KS; INTRUST Bank Arena-Brandy Clark
Sept 22: Omaha, NE; CenturyLink Center-Brandy Clark
Sept 23: Kansas City, MO; Sprint Center-Brandy Clark
Sept 27: Salt Lake City, UT; Vivint Smart Home Arena-Cam
Sept 29: Fresno, CA; Save Mart Center-Cam
Sept 30: Bakersfield, CA; Rabobank Arena-Cam
Oct 5: San Antonio, TX; AT & T Center-Chris Janson
Oct 6: Houston, TX; Toyota Center-Chris Janson
Oct 7: Dallas, TX; American Airlines Center-Chris Janson
Oct 12: Pittsburgh, PA; PPG Paints Arena-Steve Moakler
Oct 13: Washington, DC; Verizon Center-Steve Moakler
Oct 14: Greensboro, NC; Greensboro Coliseum-Steve Moakler
Oct 19: Sunrise, FL; BB&T Center-LOCASH
Oct 20: Tampa, FL; Amalie Arena-LOCASH
Oct 21: Orlando, FL; Amway Center-LOCASH
Oct 26: Buffalo, NY; KeyBank Center-Margo Price
Oct 27: Brooklyn, NY;Barclays Center-Margo Price

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