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Tim McGraw, Faith Hill will return to the Twin Cities for expanded Soul2Soul tour

More dates for the duo's Soul2Soul tour were announced.
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St. Paul has already had the pleasure, now it's Minneapolis' turn.

Country stars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill will pay another visit to the Twin Cities when their extended North American tour rolls back into town next summer.

On Tuesday they announced more dates for their Soul2Soul tour, which includes a stop in Minneapolis on July 7, 2018.

Country music's power couple will play the Target Center, with tickets going on sale Nov. 17.

Every person who buys a ticket online will get a copy of forthcoming album The Rest Of Our Lives, which is being released the same day.

The first part of their tour included two shows at the Xcel Energy Center this past August.

The Pioneer Press reports the 15,000 in attendance each night were treated to "all of the glory and bombast that is contemporary Nashville," complete with "large-scale projections, lasers, and a big stage with all the whistles."

It's the first time in 10 years the pair have toured together. 

Tickets for the Target Center show will be priced between $69.50 and $119.50. You can find out more details here.

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