Tim McGraw is kicking off his Standing Room Only Tour right here in Florida with special guest Carly Pearce at Amalie Arena. We put together Tim McGraw’s expected setlist for his Tampa show on March 15th. If you’re looking to catch a glimpse of everything he will play, you’ve come to the right place. 

The Standing Room Only Tour officially kicks off on March 14th in Jacksonville, Florida. You know the Tampa show is going to be packed with energy for opening weekend. After releasing his newest album back in August 2023, Standing Room Only, it debuted at number one on Billboard’s Country charts and number 14 on the Hot 100 chart.  Fans are itching to hear the new music at his shows this spring and summer.

The Show at Amalie Arena:

There’s no doubt we’ll hear some of his biggest hits like Live Like You Were Dying, Just To See You Smile, and I Like It, I Love It.  We also expect fan favorites like Shotgun Rider, 7500 OBO, and Standing Room Only.  Throughout his career, McGraw has released 17 studio albums and has had dozens of number 1 hits. Tim has been kicking off his show with his 2005 hit, How Bad Do You Want It, off of Live Like You Were Dying. Fans can expect a high-energy opening since this is only the second stop on the tour.

Tim will take the stage at 9:00 PM following Carly Pearce.  Pearce, the Kentucky native and Platinum-certified artist, combines her classic roots with modern sound. She’s had Platinum-certified hits with veterans like Lee Brice, Blake Shelton, and Ashley McBryde.

Here is Tim McGraw’s expected setlist at Amalie Arena in Tampa. Check it out below!

  • How Bad Do You Want It

    Legend has it, Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil to play his guitar better. Rumor has it he passed at 27 and this song was born.

  • Something Like That

    It’s time to break out the BBQ-stained white t-shirt for this one.

  • Down on the Farm

    Off of Tim McGraw’s 1994 album, Not A Momen Too Soon, this song is a staple at his concerts.

  • Just to See You Smile

    Just to See You Smile is one of those songs everybody knows and only gets better with time.

  • Southern Girl

    Racking up over 20 million views on YouTube, ‘Southern Girl’ marked Tim’s entry into the mid-2010s country off “Two Lanes of Freedom”.

  • 7500 OBO

    The kind of song we can all relate to whether it’s after a heartbreak or loss of a loved one.

  • Remember Me Well

    Remember Me Well slows things down a bit.

  • Over and Over

    Nelly won’t be hitting the stage this time around, but expect to see Tim’s solo version at Amalie!

  • Shotgun Rider

    His 2015 hit, Shotgun Rider tells the tale of finding the one you want to spend the rest of your life with.

  • Where the Green Grass Grows

    May not be a 99-cent heart attack anymore, but the song hits harder than it ever has.

  • Standing Room Only

    Everyone has a story to resonate with this song and is Tim’s current radio single.

  • One Bad Habit

    Check out this backstage acoustic performance with McGraw and the band.

  • Real Good Man

    Here’s a recent acoustic take on his 2002 classic, Real Good Man.

  • Truck Yeah

    “My neighbors thew a brick through my window so they could hear this song better” – Perfectly said one YouTube user.

  • I Like It, I Love It

    The 1995 hit that never runs out of style.

  • Live Like You Were Dying

    Easily McGraw’s most iconic song. Instantly puts you in the feels.

  • The Cowboy in Me

    Featured in Yellowstone’s 1883, here is a refreshed Yellowstone edition of the classic hit.

  • Indian Outlaw

    McGraw’s first top 40 hit back when mullets made their first round!

  • Humble and Kind

    One of his biggest hits to date, you’d have to expect this one in the lineup!

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