Tim McGraw headed to Vancouver for his Standing Room Only Tour

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      One of the biggest names in modern country music, Tim McGraw will play Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on March 27, 2024. The Louisiana-born singer, who’s so huge that he actually owns his own private island in the Bahamas, will hit the road for his Standing Room Only Tour, which has over 30 stops. Opening the show will be Carly Pearce. Tickets go on sale at 10am on August 4.

      After watching his eponymous debut album flop in 1993, McGraw found his voice the following year with Not a Moment Too Soon, which shot to the top of the country charts. Since then the 56-year-old has enjoyed the kind of career that’s ensconsed him in the music industry’s one percent club, releasing 16 albums and still headlining hockey rinks while many of his former peers are playing state fairs.

      Married to fellow country superstar Faith Hill, McGraw has proven himself nothing if not versatile as an entertainer, racking up big screen credits (Flicka, The Kingdom, The Dirty Girl) and starring with Sam Elliott in the Yellowstone prequel 1883.

      Need another reason to love McGraw, who's had 68 Top 10 singles and counting, and moved more than 90 million albums? While mainstream American country music isn’t known for having the world’s most progressive fans, the singer is a proud Democrat—to the point where he was one of the stars of Celebrating America, the virtual primetime concert held to celebrate the inauguration of Joe Biden.

      Standing Room Only, McGraw's 16th studio album, will be released August 25.

      Tim McGraw

      When: March 27, 2024

      Where: Rogers Arena

      Tickets: Live Nation