Country superstar Tim McGraw will headline the 2022 Big Machine Music City Grand Prix on Saturday, Aug. 6, as part of the Grand Prix weekend at the Nissan Stadium campus.
McGraw will hit the stage for his 90-minute show at 8:30 p.m. on the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix’s ZYN Main Stage. The performance will be immediately followed by fireworks on the city’s riverfront that can be viewed from the concert location. This show will also mark McGraw’s only stop in Nashville during his 2022 North American tour.
“The Big Machine Music City Grand Prix team is gearing up for our encore and music will again be front and center in our festival of all-things Music City,” says Big Machine Music City Grand Prix CEO Matt Crews. “We are honored to have an all-time great like Tim McGraw; he always delivers a high-energy show we know our fans will love. We have many more musical performances scheduled and we look forward to making those announcements soon.”
The Big Machine Label Group artist’s career includes sales of over 80 million records worldwide, 44 No. 1 radio singles, 19 No. 1 albums and countless industry awards and accolades. His chart achievements include three singles in the top 20 of the radio charts at the same time on multiple occasions, as well as having two singles spend over 10 weeks at No. 1.
McGraw’s hits include such classics as “Humble & Kind” and “Live Like You Were Dying.” His current album, Here on Earth, is his 19th worldwide No. 1 album and includes the current top 10 single, “7500 OBO.”
All Big Machine Music City Grand Prix tickets for that day also include free access to McGraw’s concert.
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