For 25 years, the music of Tim McGraw has topped the country music charts, including ten #1 albums and 25 chart-topping hit songs. His 2006 tour with wife Faith Hill became one of the highest-grossing tours in country music history.

On Friday, July 12, the music of Tim McGraw takes center stage at the Historic Hemet Theatre with a tribute by Nashville recording artist and Las Vegas Entertainer Adam D. Tucker. The show, “Vegas McGraw” has captivated audience across the country, including as the opening act for stars such as Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton, Trace Adkins, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Jason Aldean and many more.

Top hits by Tim McGraw include “Live Like You Were Dying,” “If You’re Reading This,” “I
Need You,” “Highway Don’t Care,” “Grown Men Don’t Cry,” and “Please Remember Me.”
Meanwhile, there are still tickets left for this weekend’s Tribute to Led Zeppelin by the acclaimed tribute band, Led Zepagain. The group broke attendance records last year and is back for an encore performance at Hemet’s vintage movie house.

Saturday’s show will also feature the much-anticipated announcement of the next season of Tribute Mania concerts. Season Three begins August 31 and will host 8 concerts, including 2 returning groups and 6 bands new to the venue.
The remaining concert in Season Two are tributes to Aerosmith (7/20), REO Speedwagon (8/3), and Tom Petty (8/17).

The country music Friday Nite Live Series includes Young Guns of Country – Tribute to the
Superstars of Country Music (8/23), Tribute to Brooks & Dunn featuring Neon Circus (9/20), Tribute to Roy Orbison with Neil Marrow (10/4), Tribute to Reba McEntire featuring Corrie Sachs (11/8) and Tribute to Keith Urban by Urban Skies (12/13).

Tickets for Tribute Mania and Friday Nite Live shows are $22 presale / $25 day of show.
Showtime is 7:00 pm, with doors open at 6:15 pm. Information on all theatre events is available at www.HistoricHemetTheatre.com or by calling the ticket office, (951) 658-5950.


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