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Tim and Faith return to Alltel.

FAITH HILL and TIM MCGRAW
  • FAITH HILL and TIM MCGRAW

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, who brought in one of the biggest shows in Alltel Arena’s 7-year history in 2000, return to Central Arkansas with their Soul2Soul II show on Friday, July 28.

The concert is in the round, identical to the setup for the George Strait show earlier this year that drew an Alltel Arena record attendance of 18,011.

Showtime is 8 p.m. Tickets are $86.75 and $56.75 through all Ticketmaster outlets (975-7575, Harvest Foods stores and the Celebrity Attractions downtown office, or www.ticketmaster.com).

Combined, the husband-and-wife superstar team has sold more than 60 million records and has 35 No. 1. singles. They first paired up on tour 10 years ago, and got married after that tour. “It’s Your Love” was their first musical collaboration together, in 1998, and it stayed No. 1 for six weeks while earning them several music association awards. They followed with other duets such as “Just to Hear You Say That You Love Me,” another award-winning hit, and the Grammy-winning “Let’s Make Love.”

McGraw’s most recent album is a greatest hits collection released in March, following up 2004’s huge “Live Like You Were Dying.” Hill, who first broke on the scene with the No. 1 hit “Wild One” in 1994, has most recently released “Fireflies.”


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