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Hunter Hayes at the Brady Theater
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Hunter Hayes at the Brady Theater

Hunter Hayes at the Brady Theater

Hunter Hayes at the Brady Theater

What:       Hunter Hayes' Let's Be Crazy Tour, Featuring Special Guest Ashley Monroe

Where:    Tulsa, OK – Brady Theater  

When:      November 23

On-sale:  June 14 10am 

Purchase tickets HERE.  

Register to win tickets from K95 HERE.

 NASHVILLE, TN – (June 4, 2013) – Platinum selling country star Hunter Hayes will headline the CMT on Tour: Hunter Hayes’ Let’s Be Crazy tour this Fall which kicks off October 10 in Knoxville, TN.  With 24 shows in 21 cities, the three-time GRAMMY nominated artist and performer's nearly two hour nightly show will feature songs from his self-titled deluxe edition release, (Encore), which hits stores June 18.  The album features eight new or re-recorded songs in addition to collaborations with five-time platinum selling artist, Jason Mraz, and Ashley Monroe (Pistol Annies). Monroe will also join Hunter as the special guest on CMT on Tour.

Pre-sale ticket opportunities will run in all markets the week leading into the on-sale (market specific on-sale dates listed below).  Fans who purchase (Encore) pre-sale packages through HunterHayes.com will receive a unique pre-sale code that is enabled on Wednesday 6/12 or 6/19 at 10 am local time. Fans who download Hunter's new free mobile app which is available today, or participate in the HH Code Race starting June 6th will receive a unique pre-sale code that is enabled on Thurs 6/13 or 6/20 at 10 am local time. Visit HunterHayes.com for more information on the HH Code Race.  A limited number of tickets are made available for pre-sale and they are sold on a first come first serve basis.

With Hunter’s new mobile app, fans can also unlock exclusive images, audio and video by completing a series of “missions” which range from simply liking or sharing on Facebook or Twitter to multiple choice/fill in the blank trivia questions all about Hunter. Content is updated often and the more you unlock, the better and more exclusive opportunities you can earn.

Now entering its 12th year, CMT on Tour has a long history of working with such superstars as Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban and Brad Paisley. This is Hunter’s second headlining tour following his sold-out MOST WANTED tour last year and he has shared the stage with greats like Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum and most recently with Carrie Underwood on her 90-date Blown Away tour. The CMT on Tour: Let’s Be Crazy tour tickets will go on sale on June 14 and June 21* at HunterHayes.com/Shows. Check HunterHayes.com and cmtontour.cmt.com for ticket on-sale information.  

In addition to CMT on Tour, Hayes will perform on the CMT Music Awards on June 5 in Nashville, where he is nominated for three awards including “Video of the Year”.  On June 18, Hunter will headline New York’s Webster Hall for a SOLD OUT performance as part of MTV’s Artist to Watch series which will be livestreamed on MTV.com and CMT.com.

 Multiple GRAMMY nominated artist, Hunter Hayes, is a multi-talented performer, musician, producer, and writer who was nominated for six Academy of Country Music Awards, including nods for his work as artist, songwriter, and producer. His critically acclaimed self-titled album has already garnered two No. 1 singles, selling almost five million singles to date while the album itself nears platinum certification. His current single, “I Want Crazy,” is off the forthcoming Hunter Hayes (Encore) deluxe edition due out June 18th. Hunter has been touring and performing live for decades. He has headlined sold out venues across the US and Canada.  The Louisiana native has also shared the stage with Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts, Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Trace Adkins, Brad Paisley, Hank Williams, Jr. and most recently, his friend, Stevie Wonder.

 For more information on Hunter Hayes, please visit www.HunterHayes.com.

For more information on CMT on Tour, please visit www.CMTonTour.com.

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