Country News

News > Country News > Hunter Hayes Announces "Tattoo Your Name Tour"

Hunter Hayes Announces "Tattoo Your Name Tour"

(Undated) -- Hunter Hayes is preparing to leave an impression on fans on his just-announced "Tattoo (Your Name) Tour." The country star shared his plans for the trek during his appearance on NBC's "Today" show Friday, on which he also performed a few songs, including his current single "Tattoo." Hunter also showed off his new arm ink, a fadable henna tattoo featuring emblems for each city he'll be visiting. Hayes' tour will begin on October 30th in University Park, Pennsylvania. It also includes stops in Chicago, Kansas City, New Orleans and Atlanta.

Here are the dates for Hunter Hayes' "Tattoo Your Name Tour":

Oct. 30 - University Park, PA -- Bryce Jordan Center
Oct. 31 - Albany, NY -- Times Union Center
Nov. 1 - Kingston, RI -- Ryan Center
Nov. 13 - Milwaukee, WI -- BMO Harris Bradley Center
Nov. 14 - Moline, IL -- I Wireless Center
Nov. 15 - Kansas City, MO -- Sprint Center
Nov. 20 - St. Louis, MO -- Chaifetz Arena
Nov. 21 - Hoffman Estates, IL -- Sears Centre Arena
Nov. 22 - Auburn Hills, MI -- The Palace Of Auburn Hills
Dec. 4 - New Orleans, LA -- Lakefront Arena
Dec. 5 - Jacksonville, FL -- Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Dec. 6 - Duluth, GA -- The Arena At Gwinnett Center
Dec. 11 - Cleveland, OH -- Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University
Dec. 12 - Kingston, Ontario -- Rogers K-Rock Centre
Dec. 13 - London, Ontario -- Budweiser Gardens

Country News

(Washington, DC) -- Darius Rucker and Hunter Hayes are adding to the holiday season festivities. The country stars...
(Nashville, TN) -- Lady Antebellum's Dave Haywood admits there's a downside to touring. But the country star says...
(Undated) -- The Louvin Brothers among those being acknowledged in conjunction with the upcoming Grammy Awards...
(Nashville, TN) -- Sara Evans says she appreciates how hard it is to be an actor on a TV show. The country star,...
(Santa Monica, CA) -- Some country classics are entering the Grammy Hall of Fame. Hank Williams' 1947 hit "Honky...