HARDY goes Wall to Wall on tour
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HARDY goes Wall to Wall on tour

Monday, August 22, 2022 – HARDY announced today his Wall to Wall Tour launching Dec. 1 in Athens, Ga.

The singer will be joined by newcomer Jackson Dean for the entirety of the winter run. In Columbia, S.C., "Blurry" originators Puddle of Mudd join the tour for one night only.

"I'm stoked to take this Wall to Wall Tour on the road," said HARDY, who has been opening for Morgan Wallen this summer. "We're hitting some cities and venues that I absolutely love. I'm happy to have Jackson out with me and honored that the guys from Puddle of Mudd are joining us in Columbia. It's going to be a great time - a loud time - every night, and it's just the beginning of what we have in store. See you out there."

Tour dates are:
Dec. 1 – Athens, Ga. – The Georgia Theatre*
Dec. 3 – Columbia, S.C. – Township Auditorium*+
Dec. 9 – Charlotte, N.C. – Coyote Joes*
Dec. 16 – Greenville, S.C. – Blind Horse Saloon*

* with Jackson Dean
+ with Puddle of Mudd

Tickets go on sale this Friday, at 10 a.m. local time. Fan club presale will be available starting Wednesday.

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