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Tim McGraw usually plays for about 15,000 fans at a regular concert, but a few hundred folks in Minnesota just got to see an intimate McGraw performance they’ll never forget.

Four-hundred people paid to attend the intimate Liberty on the Lake event featuring Tim’s performance, with proceeds going to the military charity Folds of Honor. That organization helps provide education to the children fallen U.S. service members.

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In the video from local station KARE you can see hundreds more folks watching Tim from boats behind the stage. Event organizers decided to let anyone who wanted to see the show pull up on the water for free. It’s a pretty sweet deal considering Tim and his wife, Faith Hill, are currently headlining one of country music’s hottest tours of the year.


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Tim made sure to play to those fans out on the water as he worked his way through a sampling of his many hits. Highlights of “Real Good Man” and “Shotgun Rider” are included in this clip.

The event raised $175,000 for Folds of Honor. Tim and Faith take their “Soul 2 Soul World Tour” to Chicago for two shows at Allstate Arena August 31 and September 1.

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