Hunter Hayes has a single studio album of material to work with that fans widely recognize. Ha plays about 20 songs in total, exploring the majority of his debut studio release.
When going to a Hunter Hayes concert, an individual can expect to hear all of their favorite songs. Hayes’ set list has all of his number one hits including: “Wanted”, “Storm Warning”, and “Somebody’s Heartbreak.” Some other songs that he is likely to play are “Wild Card,” “Story Line,” “Still Fallin,” “Secret Love?” “Faith To Fall Back On,” “Light Me Up,” and “Invisible.” Hayes always saves the best for last, with an encore ending song, “I Want Crazy” which is cause for a huge crowd chant.
Because of Hayes’ tight catalog of music, he doesn’t have all that much time to explore new and changing material. The setlist remains similar, with very few differences from one show to the next.
More Than I Should
Love Makes Me
You Think You Know Somebody
Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me
Cry With You
Endless Summer with Danielle Bradbery
Faith to Fall Back On
Light Me Up
Better Than This
I Want Crazy
How long is a Hunter Hayes concert?
Hunter Hayes concerts usually last about 90 minutes. This is a pretty strict formula considering Hayes only has a single album of studio material at 45 minutes in length. Hayes pulls a few songs from his new album, Storyline, which releases May 6, 2014. This helps increase the set length and gives fans a little more to listen to.
What should I expect to see at the show?
Fans say that Hayes puts on a very high energy and interactive show. Hayes has interactions with fans, moves all over the stage, and has high energy throughout the entire set. Hayes is also extremely passionate and gives his all in every song he plays. It is very unlikely that anyone leaves one of Hayes’ concerts disappointed, especially if they are a young fan.
How long has Hunter Hayes been around playing live and making music?
Hunter Hayes is a 22 year old country singer and musician, but he has been directly involved with music since the age of four. Hayes has been playing live in small theater stages since he was a young child, but he has only been active on big stages since a year before the release of his debut self-titled album in 2011. His career is not constricted to singing; he is also a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.
Currently, Hayes is signed to Atlantic Records Nashville, and released his self-titled debut album October 11, 2011. That album launched many singles including “Wanted” and “Somebody’s Heartbreak” which are continuing live show staples. It also produced “Storm Warning”, a top 20 country single. In 2013 there was an album re-issue called Encore that introduced the top 5 single, “I Want Crazy.” A second album, titled Storyline, is expected to release in May of 2014.
How do I get access to presale tickets for Hunter Hayes’ tour?
The Hunter Hayes website announces contests for concert presale tickets, VIP packages, and meet and greets. Many fans can find a lot to love through his online community which has a fan forum and exclusive video and photo content for fans to explore.
Fans can find presale passwords through Presale Passwords’ online database. The website collects passwords from a wide number of sources and users need an account with TicketMaster and Presale for purchasing and applying the passwords.
American Express’ ticket presale platform does not seem to have tickets available for Hunter Hayes shows in 2014.
Who is Hunter Hayes’ publicist and press contact?
Hunter Hayes works with the publicity company, TreePaine and his booking company is Creative Artists Agency, one of the largest entertainment agencies in the nation. They are located in Nashville and can be contacted through the direct line 615-383-8787.
You can also file a message contact form through Hunter Hayes’ official website.
“If you were one of those parents who shelled out money for tickets to the show, you should rest easy knowing you got your money’s worth. Hayes was obviously enjoying the crowd and made the announcement that since it was a Friday night, he would play every song from the “Hunter Hayes, Encore” CD.” – Kim Wade of Savannah Now
“Girls start screaming and running towards the stage as Hunter Hayes steps into the spot light and counts the band in with his acoustic guitar in hand. 1 2 3 and just like that music fills the air as the sun is setting in the distance reflecting off the lake behind Hunter Hayes. The stars will be out soon, but non will shine as brightly tonight, in Orange County, as Hunter will. 8,000 plus have come to this private association for the Summer Concert Series at Lake Mission Viejo in South Orange County on a gorgeous California day.” – KC Murdock of Down the Road Show
“Hayes, who is what Justin Bieber would be if A) Biebs were country and B) had talent, played to a sold-out and loud State Theatre at PlayhouseSquare. He spent his two hours on stage soliciting – and getting – shrieks from the teenage girls who made up 90 percent of the 2,700 in the audience.
Make that soliciting and EARNING. Hayes is a rare commodity. Just barely 22, he’s already got 19 years in the business, and it shows in his command of the stage and his mastery of his instrument.” – Chuck Yarborough of Cleveland Press
Hunter Hayes Let’s Be Crazy 2013
Tour Opening Acts: Ashley Monroe
Started March 10, 2013 in Plant City, Florida | Ended November 16, 2013 in Omaha, Nebraska
Blown Away Tour 2012
Tour Opening Acts: Carrie Underwood (headliner)
Started January 12, 2012 in Charleston, West Virginia | Ended December 21, 2012 in Orlando, Florida
Country Music Tour 2011
Tour Opening Acts: Rascall Flatts (headliner)
Started July 2, 2011 in Lexington, Kentucky | Ended August 14, 2011 in St. Louis, Missouri