Hunter Hayes 2014 We're Not Invisible Tour
If you missed him on his awesome "Let's Be Crazy" tour last year, you're in luck! Hunter Hayes will be hitting the road on the "We're Not Invisible Tour" in support of his sophomore album due in May. Hayes' major headlining tour will kick off in Pikeville, on 3/20 and stop along Peoria, Memphis, Roanoke, Colorado Springs, Boston, Pensacola and more, before wrapping up in Estero on 5/31. And hey, if you want to know who country's next rising stars are, look no further than opening acts on the "We're Not Invisible Tour"! Dan + Shay and "The Voice" winner Danielle Bradberry will heat up the crowd before Hayes woos the crowd every night. You may have watched Hayes debut his new single "Invisible" on the Grammy's, but there's nothing like seeing this talented multi-instrumentalist live on stage. Don't miss out on Hunter Hayes 2014 tickets!
Hunter Hayes 2013 Let’s Be Crazy Tour
Hunter Hayes is heading out on his first headlining tour, to begin in exactly one month. The 22 year old Country singer has learned from the best; opening for Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, and Rascal Flatts. Hayes will be part of the 12th annual CMT on Tour; the yearly event has featured other up-and-coming artists like Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, and Jason Aldean in its history. Ashley Monroe, who recorded a duet with Hunter Hayes, will be his special guest on tour.
The “Storm Warning” singer will play 24 shows as part of the CMT on Tour: Hunter Hayes Let’s Be Crazy Tour. Performances begin October 10 following appearances at the Great Frederick Fair, Eastern States Exposition, and Bloomburg Fair in September. Hunter Hayes tickets are averaging $142 with the most expensive concert in Detroit at Fox Theater on 11/10. Hayes and Monroe will play two shows at the historic Ryman Auditorium in downtown Nashville and two at the Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis. Hunter Hayes will also play Heymann Performing Arts Center twice, the second show without Monroe.
Hunter’s latest album ‘Hunter Hayes (Encore)’ has been certified platinum as has his single “I Want Crazy” which he debuted at the Academy of Country Music Awards earlier this year. Expect to hear the chart topper along with the other four songs recorded for Encore, the deluxe addition of Hunter Hayes’ self-titled album from 2011 – “In a Song”, “A Thing About You”, “Better Than This”, and “Light Me Up”.