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Hunter Hayes

Friday 20th March 2015, 7:30 pm | 10:00 pm curfew Tickets: £14.50


Emerging global superstar and Five time GRAMMY nominee HUNTER HAYES has announced his first ever UK headline tour date on Friday 20 March at The Borderline, London. Tickets go on general sale on Wednesday 18 February at 10:00AM.

Hunter’s single “Light Me Up” will be released in the UK on Monday 15 March.

This incredible entertainer has already celebrated three No.1 singles and two chart-topping albums on the US Billboard Chart nearing sales of 2 million albums worldwide.

Hunter has been performing to sold out crowds across the US and Canada both with Taylor Swift and as part of his own arena headlining We’re Not Invisible Tour and his recent Tattoo (Your Name) Tour. He also broke the Guinness World Record for Most Concerts Played in Multiple Cities last May. In 24 hours, Hunter completed 10 shows in 10 cities to raise awareness of childhood hunger.

To date Hunter has over 40 award nominations and seven wins to his credit including the 2015 People’s Choice Award.

Full Tour Information

Friday 20 March

The Borderline, London

Ticket price £14.50 (subject to booking fee)

Tel No. 0844 844 0444 0871 220 0260


About Hunter Hayes

Hailed as a “true music phenomenon” by Yahoo Music, five time GRAMMY nominee, Teen Choice and People’s Choice Award-winning artist Hunter Hayes is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who roared onto the music scene in 2011 with his platinum-selling No. 1 self-titled album on Atlantic Records. With three No. 1 singles already under his belt (including the multi-platinum smash “Wanted”, “Somebody’s Heartbreak” and “I Want Crazy”), Hayes delves into deeper material on his new album, “Storyline”. He recently wrapped up a successful arena tour and continues to perform headlining dates.

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Strictly Over 14s, Under 16s with adult (Photographic ID will be required to gain entry regardless of advance ticket purchase.)
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