Just a day after Hunter Hayes revealed the May 6th release date for his new album, “Storyline,” he announced he’ll be having a 24-hour concert marathon to celebrate!
On May 9th and 10th 2014, Hunter will be playing 10 shows in 24-hours, in an attempt to break into the Guinness Book of World Records for most concerts played in a day! Even better, the shows are all taking place in the country-music deprived Northeast! That’s right NYC: after rocking a sold-out show at Webster Hall last year in celebration of the release of “Encore,” and drawing a huge crowd a few days later at Good Morning America, Hunter is FINALLY back in New York! He’ll be hitting venues all over the tri-state area, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.
The 24-Hour Road Race appropriately kicks off with an appearance on Good Morning America, and wraps up in Philadelphia the next morning. We’ve never been to a concert that started at 2am before, but this sounds like a fun way to see Hunter and be a part of his history making celebration! Regular admission tickets on sale now are just $10!
Hunter Hayes 24-Hour Road Race to End Child Hunger Show Times
Friday, May 9th
8:00 AM – Good Morning America – Times Square, New York, NY
9:15 AM – Paradise Rock, Boston, MA – Buy Tickets
11:30 AM – Palladium Upstairs, Worcester, MA – Buy Tickets
1:45 PM – Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel, Providence, RI – Buy Tickets
4:15 PM – Garde Art Center, New London, CT – Buy Tickets *reserved seating
6:45 PM – Toad’s Palace, New Haven, CT – Buy Tickets
9:00 PM – Palace Theatre, Stamford, CT – Buy Tickets *reserved seating
Saturday, May 10th
1:30 AM – South Orange Performing Arts Center, South Orange, NJ – Buy Tickets *reserved seating
2:00 AM – The Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ – Buy Tickets
5:00 AM – Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA – Buy Tickets
VIP Packages and details are available now on Hunter’s Official Website.
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