Coming here: Tim McGraw, Aug. 7 at the Arkansas Music Pavilion

Tim McGraw


Get pumped, country music fans. It appears as though the Arkansas Music Pavilion is planning to make all your dreams come true this summer.

AMP officials seem to be focusing on bringing some of Nashville’s biggest names to town for its inaugural season at the new facility in Rogers this year, and that trend continues with the announcement that Tim McGraw is coming to the venue Aug. 7.

McGraw announced the show himself Friday via his Twitter account.

If you follow country music, there’s no way you don’t know who Tim McGraw is. He’s sold over 40 million records. He had 11 straight number one hits on the Billboard album charts, and he’s had 25 number one singles. He’s crazy famous.

Some of his biggest hits include “Live Like You Were Dying,” “Grown Men Don’t Cry,” “If You’re Reading This,” and “The Cowboy in Me,” but there are tons more.

McGraw is the latest in a series of well known country artists to be announced at the new AMP this summer. Mega-star Blake Shelton opened the venue with earlier this month, and fellow stars Miranda Lambert, Darius Rucker, Dierks Bentley, Willie Nelson, Allison Kraus, and Jake Owen are also set to perform at the venue this summer.

Ticket information for the Tim McGraw show has not been announced yet, but we’ll add that here once it’s available.

Update: Tickets range from $44-$99.50, and go on sale at 9 a.m. on Friday, June 27 at Kip Moore and Cassadee Pope will open the show.

For now, it’s probably a good idea to start shining your boots.