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Hunter HayesTour 2016 – 2017

Mar 5 SatWest Palm Beach, FLPerfect Vodka Amphitheatre Get ticket
Mar 16 WedGainesville, FLStephen C. O'Connell CenterGet ticket
May 6 FriOrlando, FLCentral Florida FairgroundsGet ticket
Jul 2 SatBiloxi, MSHard Rock Live - MississippiGet ticket
Jul 29 FriNew Buffalo, MISilver Creek Event Center At Four WindsGet ticket
Aug 5 FriCosta Mesa, CAPacific AmphitheatreGet ticket
Aug 11 ThuHampton, NHHampton Beach Casino BallroomGet ticket
Aug 12 FriPortland, MEMaine State PierGet ticket
Feb 6Orlando, FloridaUniversal Studios
Jan 10Nashville, TennesseeRyman Auditorium
Dec 12Fort Myers, FloridaThe Ranch Concert Hall
Dec 6Portland, OregonModa Center
Nov 19Winston-Salem, North CarolinaWake Forest University
Nov 14Norman, OklahomaUniversity of Oklahoma
Nov 5Bowling Green, KentuckyWestern Kentucky University
Oct 29West Lafayette, IndianaPurdue University
Oct 24Highland Falls, New YorkWest Point Eisenhower Hall Theater
Oct 23Kent, OhioKent State University
Oct 22Cullowhee, North CarolinaWestern Carolina University
Oct 10Charlotte, North CarolinaCharlotte Motor Speedway
Oct 3Dublin, IrelandVicar Street
Oct 2Glasgow, UKGlasgow ABC
Oct 1Manchester, UKManchester Academy 2
Sep 30London, UKLondon Shepherds Bush Empire
Sep 28Bristol, UKBristol Academy
Sep 27Birmingham, UKBirmingham Institute
Sep 19Camden, New JerseySusquehanna Bank Center
Sep18Burgettstown, PennsylvaniaFirst Niagara Pavilion
Sep 17Richmond, VirginiaInnsbrook After Hours
Sep 12Greenville, South CarolinaBon Secours Wellness Arena
Sep 11Nashville, TennesseeBridgestone Arena
Sep 10Lexington, KentuckyRupp Arena
Sep 6West Palm Beach, FloridaCoral Sky Amphitheatre


American country music singer and songwriter Hunter Hayes started his musical career at a young age of 2 when his grandmother gave him a toy accordion. Conceived on September 9, 1991, at Larniurg Hospital in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, the main offspring of Lynette and Leo Hayes first made appearances at local performances and on national TV at 4 years old.

The young Hayes got the honor to share the stage with Hank Williams Jr. on Nickelodeon’s game appear “Make sense of It”, where they sang “Jambalaya (On the Bayou)” from Williams’ first album “Through My Eyes”. At 13 years old, he was welcome to perform for then President Bill Clinton for a White House lawn party.


After graduating from school in 2007, Hayes moved to Nashville, Tennessee a year later to be marked into Universal Music Publishing Group as a songwriter, adding to Rascal Flatts’ tune “Play” incorporated into their album “Not at all Like This”. In 2010, he marked a record deal with Atlantic Records Nashville to take a shot at his major-label debut album, co-composing each track, playing each instrument and singing each vocal track in the album.


Hayes presented his music by appearing tunes that would appear on his self-titled album on a ten-week radio visit. Gone before by hit singles “Wanted” and “Tempest Warning”, “Seeker Hayes” was generally welcomed by the commentators and peaked at No. 3 on Country Album chart after it was released on October 11, 2011. The album has now been affirmed Platinum.

In the same year, Hayes served as the opening act of ten dates of Taylor Swift’s “Speak Now World Tour” amid the late spring before embarking on his introduction headlining visit, the “Most Wanted Tour”, in the fall. He has also appeared as the opening act at on Rascal Flatts’ visit, The Flaming Lips’ show and Carrie Underwood’s visit.

On September 7, 2012, two days short of his 21st birthday, he was accepted, as the youngest part, into the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame at the Mahalia Jackson Theater in New Orleans, Louisiana. He posted all the more new records in the same year, including being the youngest solo male act to beat the Hot Country Songs with “Wanted”.

Hayes was perceived at several awards appears through his presentation album, bagging two prizes for Single of the Year: New Artist and Music Video of the Year: New Artist at the American Country Awards.The expectations may be high, however nobody has set higher expectations and ambitions for his music than Hunter himself.He declares, “I want individuals twice as young as me and twice as old as me listening to my music.