Hayes announces new tour

Sunday, January 26, 2014 – Hunter Hayes will head out March 20 on his We’re Not Invisible Tour.

The tour, announced during the Grammys, opens in Pikeville, Ky. and is slated to conclude May 31 in Estero, Fla. Special guests are Danielle Bradbery from NBC's Emmy award-winning show The Voice and Warner Bros. Records new country duo. Dan + Shay Child Hunger Ends Here is a sponsor of the tour.

His latest single “Invisible,” which is the debut track from his forthcoming album due this May, world premiered tonight at the Grammys.

Hunter was nominated tonight for “Best Country Solo Performance" for "I Want Crazy," which was taken by Darius Rucker for "Wagon Wheel."

For every download of “Invisible” on iTunes, Child Hunger Ends Here will donate the monetary equivalent of one meal to Feeding America, up to 1 million meal, The tour comes on the heels of Hunter’s sold-out CMT On Tour: Let’s Be Crazy Tour. First round of on-sales for the “We’re Not Invisible Tour” begin Feb. 1 with ticket pre-sales beginning Jan. 29.

Tour dates are:
March 20 Pikeville, KY
March 21 Huntington, WV
March 22 Youngstown, OH
March 27 Peoria, IL
March 28 Toledo, OH
April 10 Memphis, TN
April 11 Cape Girardeau, MO
April 12 Springfield, MO
April 17 Huntsville, AL
April 18 Roanoke, VA
April 19 Asheville, NC
April 23 Colorado Springs, CO
April 24 Salt Lake City, UT
May 1 Bangor, ME
May 2 Boston, MA
May 3 Uncasville, CT
May 29 Augusta, GA
May 30 Pensacola, FL
May 31 Estero, FL

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