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      Today Normal Record 9/3/2016
    High 76° 77° 97° (1925) 76°
    Low 58° 58° 32° (1974) 59°


    • Sunrise: 6:37 AM
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    • Duration: 13:10 hr


    • Moonrise: 6:31 PM
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    • Duration: 10:13 hr

    FOX 9 Minneapolis Headlines

    Tim McGraw to hold private concert on Lake Minnetonka—and you can go, too

    Tim McGraw is coming to the Twin Cities yet again, but this time he won't be performing at a stadium or a concert hall, he'll be belting out tunes at a lakefront estate in Minnetonka to raise money for charity.

    Liberty on the Lake will be held from 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Peter Taunton's home near Palmer's Point on Lake Minnetonka, not far from Lake Minnetonka Regional Park.

    Though the home's layout from the land is pure luxury, he's also opening up the lakefront to boaters with a bank of speakers pointing out toward the water.

    "One of the things I wanted to do was make it more visible from the lake," he said. "I was always fortunate enough to attend the events but I always thought about the people back in the boats, is there something we can do to make them feel like they're more part of the event?"

    So Taunton and the other organizers designed a stage where McGraw can face either direction--toward the 400 private guests or the lake, where a veritable swarm of watercraft will surely be waiting.

    The show will also feature opening acts and even two Navy Seals that will parachute in before McGraw takes the stage.

    The event benefits Folds of Honor, a charity that helps pay for education costs of the children of fallen soldiers.

    "If that's one thing that we can do to make life a little bit easier, to take one less moment of stress away from those families, then we feel like we should do it," Taunton said.


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