HARDY announces '23 tour
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HARDY announces '23 tour

Tuesday, October 11, 2022 – HARDY announced today the mockingbird & THE CROW Tour, a 16-date headline run launching Feb. 16, 2023, in Indianapolis, Ind.

HARDY will be joined by country chart-topper Jameson Rodgers and rock newcomers Blame My Youth for the trek.

"I'm incredibly grateful to be able to bring this record to you next year. Touring it is something I've been thinking about since we started the recording process," HARDY said. "This album is my best work so far. I truly believe that, and I want this tour to reflect that every night. Excited to have my buddies Blame My Youth and Jameson out with me; it's going to be crazy."

Tickets for the mockingbird & THE CROW Tour are widely available this Friday at 10 a.m. local time, with exclusive fan pre-sales starting on Wednesday.

Tour dates are:
Feb. 16 | Indianapolis, Ind. | Old National Centre
Feb. 17 | Grand Rapids, Mich. | GLC Live at 20 Monroe
Feb. 23 | Wallingford, Conn. | The Dome at Oakdale
Feb. 24 | New York, N.Y. | Hammerstein Ballroom
Feb. 25 | Silver Spring, Md. | The Fillmore
March 2 | Atlanta, Ga. | The Tabernacle
March 4 | Augusta, Ga. | Bell Auditorium
March 8 | Denver, Colo. | Fillmore Auditorium
March 10 | Anaheim, Calif. | House of Blues
March 11 | Wheatland, Calif. | Hard Rock Live Sacramento
April 12 | Minneapolis, Minn. | The Fillmore
April 20 | Chattanooga, Tenn. | Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium
April 21 | New Orleans, La. | The Fillmore
April 27 | St. Louis, Mo. | The Pageant
April 28 | Oklahoma City, Okla. | The Criterion
April 29/ Irving, Texas | The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

This December, HARDY will embark on his sold-out, nine stop headline Wall to Wall Tour with Jackson Dean serving as support and a one-night-only appearance from rockers Puddle of Mudd.

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