Tim McGraw is everywhere.
Since his breakout 2004 single "Indian Outlaw," McGraw's songs have permeated the airwaves, not only country stations where he's a staple, but also in the worlds of pop music (with "Live Like You Were Dying") and hip-hop ("Over and Over," a 2004 duet with Nelly). He's also an actor, starring in such films as "Flicka," "The Blind Side" and, most recently, "Country Strong."
At 7 p.m. Saturday, the award-winning singer is bringing that honky-tonk star power to the Darien Lake Performing Arts Center (9993 Alleghany Road, Darien Center) in a bill that also showcases two of country music's hottest newcomers.
Joining McGraw are Luke Bryan, known for songs like "All my Friends Say" and "Rain is a Good Thing," and the Band Perry, a group that debuted in 2009 with "Hip to My Heart" and has released the singles "If I Die Young" and "You Lie."
Tickets range from $28 to $73.75 (Ticketmaster).
-- Kristy Kibler