Tim McGraw and Faith Hill's Soul2Soul II tour brought in almost $89 million this year, making it the highest-grossing country music tour in history. The tour played 73 shows in 55 cities, with multiple nights in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York City, among other markets. The figures beat Kenny Chesney's previous tour record of $62 million from last year. McGraw and Hill's first Soul2Soul tour was held in 2000. "We have been blessed over the past several months to have the opportunity to do what it is that we love to do most," they said in a joint statement. "We've spent time with the most passionate and professional individuals in the business (our crew), we've seen the beauty that is our country and we've been honored to have had the chance to meet so many fans along the way. It's an experience that could be difficult to replicate."