CANTON — Country music singer LeAnn Rimes is coming to Canton this summer to perform an acoustic concert.

The concert, billed as Rimes "performing all the hits and favorites up close and acoustic," is scheduled for 8 p.m. June 29 at Umstattd Performing Arts Hall at McKinley High School. It is presented by Johnson Controls Hall of Fame Village.

Tickets go on sale Friday and range from $149 to $250, according to the posting on Ticketmaster.

Rimes has had 12 songs on Billboard's Hot 100 list, including "How Do I Live," which peaked at No. 2 in 1997, and she has sold more than 37 million albums across the world. She has a summer tour scheduled through the United States and Canada.

Rimes is the second major country music act announced for Canton this summer and the third concert being presented by the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Village this season. Tim McGraw will play Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium on Aug. 9, and Imagine Dragons will close enshrinement week with a concert Aug. 4.

One of the focuses of the new leadership of the Village has been increasing programming to drive people to the campus.