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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw talk about the upcoming "Soul 2 Soul" show at the Venetian Theater. (Jason Feinberg/FOX5)
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -
Superstar country couple Faith Hill and Tim McGraw were announced Tuesday as the next headlining act to take residence on the Las Vegas Strip.
In a news conference, the Venetian Hotel and Casino announced the husband-wife pair will star in a show titled "Soul 2 Soul."
The show will begin Dec. 7 and run through April, the property announced.
The Venetian made the show official amid pre-announcement murmurs on social media.
The superstar pair is expected to fill an upcoming void at the Venetian. The property is preparing to see the departure of a production of "Phantom of the Opera" on Sept. 2. The Blue Man Group will follow suit on Sept. 30.
Hill and McGraw will perform in the Venetian Theater.
Tickets start at $95.50 and they go on sale beginning Wednesday.
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