Written by Emilee Lindner • Photography by Getty Images • April 11, 2017
Country's power couple have dates lined up all the way until October 27 and will be hitting up North Charleston, South Carolina, next. Before you take a look at what the new iteration of the Soul2Soul tour looks like, grab tickets so you can see the magic of McGraw and Hill when they visit your town.
McGraw and Hill attracted some famous faces to their show in New Orleans. Backstage, they took a photo with Matthew McConaughey, Camila Alves, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees and Brittany Brees. We can only imagine them all bawling their eyes out to "Live Like You Were Dying."
One couple brought a sign to the Soul2Soul Tour that asked the country superstars to reveal their unborn baby's gender. After the sign caught McGraw's eye, he grabbed it, and joked, "And the Oscar goes to... It says 'La La Land.'" Not impressed with her husband's Academy Awards one-liner, Hill took the sign and shouted "It's a boy," with the crowd cheering loud in congratulations.
With their big social media presence, McGraw and Hill decided to share a few backstage snaps before the show. Both singers captured the calm dressing room moment before they hit the stage.
With 20 years of marriage in the books, McGraw and Hill packed on the PDA during their show, getting everyone in the audience feeling lovey dovey.
McGraw had to get a little closer to his fans during the show, so he went down to the floor. While his music connects so many people, he made sure to get up close and personal with them.
McGraw and Hill have been performing together for years, so there's plenty of nostalgic photos to look back on. While singing "It's Your Love," old pics of the couple flashed on a big screen behind them, reminding fans just how long their love has survived.
McGraw emphasized his cowboy side, keeping his signature black cowboy hat atop his head while adding leather fringed pants to his look. It was a daring sartorial move, but one that fit him quite well. Hill's outfits were on point too, with a long blue gown for some songs and a shiny bronze number for others.
... dozens more to go!