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$35.00 General Admission / $60.00 Balcony / $75.00 Fan Pit / $235.00 Closer to You VIP Experience

Presale Information:
Fan Club Presale: Tuesday, February 12 10:00am – Thursday, February 14 10:00pm — Code will be available through the Hunter Hayes Fan Club.
Spotify Presale: Wednesday, February 13 10:00am – Thursday, February 14 10:00pm — Code will be available through Spotify.
Joe’s Live Presale: Thursday, February 14 10:00am-10:00pm — Code will be avaialble through Joe’s Live Facebook Messenger by commenting on the post announcing the show.

Hunter Hayes Closer to You VIP Experience Includes:
One (1) Fan Pit Ticket
Meet & Greet with Hunter Hayes
Photo Opp with Hunter Hayes
Exclusive VIP Merchandise
One (1) Commemorative VIP Laminate
First-access Merch Shopping
Early Entry to venue
*Logistic details will be emailed to buyers 3-5 days before the show

This show is open to anyone 16 years or older. Anyone between the age of 16-20 must be accommpanied by a parent/guardian.

Change is inevitable. Those who learn to embrace and own the great unknown that is the future set the pace and thrive.

So it is that Hunter Hayes found himself at a perilous emotional juncture at the beginning of 2018. Two of the most significant relationships in his life – one a business partnership, the other a romantic one – had come to an end and he’d gone through a period of grieving. But after looking at what was now behind him and realizing he could not change it, Hayes stared out at the future, realizing that the path before him was unknown. The only way to find out what was there was to dive in.

“If you’ve gone through all the storms and the sky finally clears, what are you gonna do? Sit down and go, ‘Wow, I don’t want to do that again?’” he asks rhetorically. “No. You made it through, so celebrate!”

The new music Hayes has begun to create is indeed a celebration in every sense of the word, though it’s not an endless party. It’s a recognition of a difficult period of growth, the kind of challenge required in a life well lived. Hayes faced up to change in his real life, and he put it all down in his art. The result is a body of work that rips the scabs off his emotional wounds, peering at the doubts, the demons, the losses and the uncertainties. It hints at the hard questions: Who am I? What’s my purpose? Why can’t I get out of my own way? Must the world be so painful?