About Tim McGraw
Tim McGraw is a legendary music icon. His country style has earned him a long list of awards from the Academy of Country Music, Billboard, the Country Music Association, Country Music Television and many more. He has sold millions upon millions of albums and has had several big hits including “Don’t Take the Girl,” “I Like It, I Love It,” “Something Like That,” and “Live Like You Were Dying.”
His other popular hits include:
It’s Your Love
Real Good Man
My Next Thirty Years
Just To See You Smile
Highway Don’t Care
If You’re Reading This
Felt Good On My Lips
Besides being a music superstar, Tim McGraw has branched out into acting and had roles in many films including Friday Night Lights and The Blind Side. He has also appeared in Black Cloud, Flicka and Country Strong.
Tim McGraw recently co-produced and narrated a documentary, “Favre Returns,” about Class of 2016 finalist Brett Favre. This film was part of NFL Network’s documentary series The Timeline.
McGraw has been married to Faith Hill since 1996. They have three kids together: Gracie, Maggie and Audrey.
“Live Like You Were Dying” paid tribute to his late father Tug, who passed away in 2004. Tug McGraw was a MLB relief pitcher for the New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies.
The Concert for Legends was added last year to add even more excitement to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Weekend. It’s easily one of the most fun events of the weekend! Last year, Aerosmith performed to a sold-out crowd at the inaugural concert.
This will be one special night with Tim McGraw performing his incredible music as we gather together to honor football legends and the Class of 2016.
From personal experience, I can tell you that Tim McGraw puts on one of the best concerts you could ever ask for. Not only does he sound even better live, but he brings such an enthusiasm to the stage that makes the crowd go wild. He is such a talented musician and performer and his presence at the Concert for Legends will make for one heck of a weekend.
Schedule of Events
The Class of 2016 will receive their Gold Jacket at the Enshrinees’ Gold Jacket Dinner on Thursday night (Aug. 4). Tim McGraw will perform at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium on Friday night at 8 pm. The stadium will then host the major events the next two nights: The Enshrinement Ceremony on Saturday night and the NFL/Hall of Fame game on Sunday night.
How to Attend
We recommend making an entire weekend out of this concert! With an Official Ticket Package from QuintEvents through HOF Experiences, you can group together tickets to this concert along with access to other events throughout the weekend including the Gold Jacket Ceremony, the Class of 2016 Enshrinement Ceremony, the NFL/Hall of Fame Game, and so much more.