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Tim McGraw & Faith Hill To Play Australia

12:01 PM Wednesday 9/7/11 | |

Country’s favorite couple heads to the Southern Hemisphere for a series of shows in Australia beginning in mid March.

It has been a while since Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have toured together. Although they performed together at the “Nashville Rising” benefit concert in June, the husband and wife team hasn’t co-headlined a tour since 2007. Plus, the McGraw / Hill co-bill has never played outside North America.

But that changes next year when the two travel to Australia for a series of dates on the continent beginning March 14 in Perth at the Burswood Dome. The routing also includes the Adelaide Entertainment Center April 16; the previously announced stop in Pokolbin at the Hope Estate Winery as part of “CMC Rocks the Hunter” March 18; Melbourne at the Rod Laver Arena March 20; the Brisbane Entertainment Centre March 23-24; and Sydney’s Allphones Arena March 27.

Tickets go on sale Sept. 16. For more information, click here for the website belonging to Australian promotion company Chugg Entertainment.


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