Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw are reportedly planning a 2012 tour that will be tough to beat. The country superstars are rumored to be finalizing details on a co-headlining show that will rival the 2011 dates Chesney did with the Zac Brown Band.

Industry trade publication Country Aircheck reports that the official announcement isn't expected for a few more days. Whether this will be a stadium, amphitheater or arena tour remains to be seen, but there's little doubt the two could sell out football stadiums like Chesney and the Zac Brown Band did last summer.

In addition, Country Aircheck reports that the two singers are working on a duet. If this is true, it seems likely that it'd end up on a future Chesney project, as McGraw's recording career has been put on pause while he works out legal differences with his label, Curb Records.

Chesney and McGraw are longtime friends and have previously worked together on Tracy Lawrence's 2006 hit 'Find Out Who Your Friends Are.' In June 2000, both men were arrested after Chesney failed to follow police orders to get off of an officer's horse in Buffalo, N.Y. McGraw came to his aid and both men were charged but later cleared. We're confident any upcoming collaboration will not result in Faith Hill bailing them out.