Fans in Atlanta are being forced to see their favorite country music couple one day later than originally planned.
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill have postponed their Soul2Soul Tour stop in the Peach State by one day because of a conflict with the current NBA playoffs.
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The Atlanta Hawks are scheduled to play Game 3 of their first-round Eastern Conference playoff series vs. the Charlotte Hornets Saturday (4/22) at Phillips Arena, thereby bumping Tim and Faith’s concert to the next day.
All tickets purchased for the original show will be honored on Sunday (4/23).
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Tim and Faith began the 2017 Soul2Soul World Tour, their first together in more than 10 years, earlier this month, and they’re scheduled to continue the trek through October.
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