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Tim McGraw and Faith Hill’s ‘Soul2Soul’ is returning to Venetian


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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw announce their extended engagement at the Venetian on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's 'Soul2Soul' at Venetian

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's Launch slideshow »

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill at the Venetian

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw announce their extended engagement at the Venetian on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2012. Launch slideshow »

They’re baaack.

After a successful fall and winter run at the Venetian, country superstars and couple Tim McGraw and Faith Hill are returning for an encore performance of their joint stage show “Soul2Soul,” confirming previous reports by Robin Leach and Vegas DeLuxe.

“Soul2Soul” returns to the Strip beginning Oct. 25-26 and includes 10 select weekends through April 2014. Ticket pre-sales begin Tuesday, and tickets for the public go on sale Aug. 17; go to for more information.

“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 said in a news release this morning. “The Venetian really rolled out the red carpet and made the whole experience so easy for us.

“It was a treat to be able to take what we’ve done on previous ‘Soul2Soul Tours,’ shake it up, rework it and create something totally new for that venue. It was a really special moment in time for us and our fans.”

“We made the most out of our short time in Vegas 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 added. “The reaction was impossible to ignore, so it was a total no-brainer to add more shows when the Venetian asked us. It’s been an ideal way for us to be able to perform together.”

Our review of “Soul2Soul” was posted on Dec. 9.

“We’re thrilled to announce the return of ‘Soul2Soul’ at the Venetian,” said John Caparella, president and COO for the Venetian, Palazzo and Sands Expo. “Tim and Faith created a really special, up-close-and-personal experience for fans, and there’s no doubt the show will sizzle again.”

Don Chareunsy is senior editor for arts and entertainment of the Las Vegas Sun.

Robin Leach has been a journalist for more than 50 years and has spent the past decade giving readers the inside scoop on Las Vegas, the world’s premier platinum playground.

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