Country’s top gun, Tim McGraw plays Tahoe on June 14

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Tim McGraw will be back at Lake Tahoe this summer.
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Apparently, Tim McGraw loves the Sierra Nevada. Fresh off a Sunday night performance at the Reno Events Center, where he proclaimed “Reno rocks!,” McGraw is headed back to Lake Tahoe on Friday, June 14, Harveys announced this morning.

Country music’s top gun, McGraw, 51, is joining the 2019 Lake Tahoe Summer Concert Series. Ticket prices range from $91 to $183, plus fees and taxes. Pre-sales begin Wednesday, Feb 27, at 10 a.m. and general sales start Friday, March 1. McGraw last played at the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena in 2016 and 2013.

Previously, Harveys annouced four other summer shows: a cappela stars Pentatonix with Rachel Platten on Sunday, July 7, The Steve Miller Band with Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives on Saturday, Aug. 24, country music’s Luke Bryant on Sunday, Aug. 25, and the Dave Matthews Band on Friday, Sept. 6.

Tim McGraw’s career includes 43 No. 1 radio singles, 16 No. 1 albums and countless industry awards and accolades. His unique chart achievements include having three singles in the Top 20 of the radio charts on multiple occasions, as well as having two singles spend more than 10 weeks at No. 1.

His last solo project spawned one of his biggest hit singles of all-time, “Humble and Kind,” whose message continues to impact fans around the world, including a Spanish version sung by McGraw. He has routinely been cited as one of the biggest touring artists in the history of country music.

Married to country music singer Faith Hill since 1996, he is the son of baseball player Tug McGraw. Born in Delhi, Louisiana, he makes his home in Nashville.

Tim McGraw rocks the Reno Events Center on Sunday, Feb. 24.
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About Randy Hashagen

Tahoe Onstage copy chief Randy Hashagen, a former Bay Area journalist, walked away from his career to become a crazy cab driver. He's still barnstorming, but his wing-walking days are over. Lately, he has been watching the world flow through Lake Tahoe since 2012.

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