Tim McGraw Cancels Final Two ‘Shotgun Rider’ Tour Dates

(UPDATE 9/21/15) Tim McGraw’s “Shotgun Rider” tour came to an abrupt end this weekend after the country singer was forced to cancel his final two North American dates on Friday.

McGraw was slated to play the Southern California’s Shoreline Amphitheatre and Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on Friday and Saturday, though his doctor ordered to him cancel the dates and be placed on vocal rest.

"This is so disappointing to me. We've had such a great summer, and I was looking forward to this final weekend with the fans in California,” McGraw said in a Facebook post Friday. "I appreciate the support and look forward to coming back soon. The word 'can't' is just not in my DNA. If there was any way I could sing, I would do it."

The “Shotgun Rider” Tour ran over 37 dates and began its North American trek back in June. McGraw is still scheduled to play the Route 91 Festival in Las Vegas on October 4.

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Tim McGraw Launches Shotgun Rider Tour Next Week, Tickets Averaging at $130 on Resale Market

(UPDATE 5/28/15) One of country music’s biggest-selling artists is hitting the road beginning next week. Genre mainstay Tim McGraw will kick off his Shotgun Rider Tour at Verizon Arena in Little Rock, Arkansas June 5, and the 45-date tour is drawing a big ticket demand on the secondary market. Over the four-month affair that stretches into October and also features support from Billy Currington and Chase Bryant, the average secondary price for Tim McGraw tickets is $129.56.

The “Just To See You Smile” singer will play his most expensive show of tour on June 19 at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in Irvine, California. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $261.91 and get-in price starts at $38. Just one day prior, McGraw plays his second top-priced show at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, where tickets own a median price of $211.41 and the cheapest ticket is priced at $45. No other shows exceed the $200 average on the secondary market.

The cheapest date of tour comes on August 9 at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre. The Missouri-based show sees a secondary ticket average of just $60.03 and get-in price is $38. A July 24 stop at Cricket Wireless Amphitheater holds an average price of $73.22 and serves as the second cheapest show along the summer run.

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Tim McGraw Launches 2015 Shotgun Rider Tour

(1/19/15) Fresh from scoring the 25th Hot Country Songs number one of his career with “Shotgun Rider,” Tim McGraw will soon head out onto the road for a North American tour of the same name.

The 47-year-old, who is up for two awards alongside wife Faith Hill at next month’s Grammys, will kick off his latest trek in June, where he will be supported by Georgia singer-songwriter Billy Currington and emerging talent Chase Bryant.

Although no venues and dates have been officially confirmed yet, McGraw has revealed the cities which the Shotgun Rider Tour will be visiting with Little Rock, Virginia Beach, Cleveland, St. Louis, Washington, D.C., Raleigh, Salt Lake City and Mountain View just a handful of the 30 listed so far.

McGraw had already announced a string of festival dates for 2015 including Stagecoach on the weekend of April 24-26 – 3 day passes for which are available on TicketIQ at a get-in price of $320 – the Taste of Country Music Festival on June 12 (3-day pass $220) and Chippewa Valley’s Country Fest on June 26 ($69, 4-day pass $267).

The country star, who can be seen on the big screen later this year in Brad Bird’s sci-fi adventure, Tomorrowland, will also appear at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo on March 10 ($26) and Monticello’s Jones County Fair on July 25 ($148).

Fans with Tim McGraw tickets should look forward to hearing all the highlights from his latest album, Sundown Heaven Town, while recent shows have also included a number of his chart-topping singles including “Live Like You Were Dying,” “Southern Voice” and “The Cowboy In Me.”

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