Hedley has delivered on its promise of big news this week. The two-time Juno winners have announced they will rock Canada coast-to-coast next spring with their #HelloWorld Tour along with very special guests Carly Jepsen and Francesco Yates.
The Canadian pop-rockers revealed the news via an update at their official Facebook page. The tour will be in support of their much anticipated sixth studio album, Hello, which will hit shelves Nov. 6 via Universal Music Canada/Capitol.
The 28-date cross-Canada romp will kick off with a two-night April 7-8, 2016 in St. John’s, Newfoundland, at Mile One Centre. The #HelloWorld tour will slowly wind its way west throughout April and May, making multiple major city stops, including: Montreal, Toronto and Calgary before wrapping up with a hometown stand on May 20 in Vancouver, British Columbia, at Rogers Arena.
Pre-sales will begin Fri., Oct. 30. Tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Fri., Nov. 6. For more information, click here.
Hello is the Vancouver pop-rocker’s follow up to 2013’s platinum-selling Wild Life. Two singles have been released so far, including “Lost in Translation” last month and the album’s title track, released Oct. 9.
Hello will be released in a variety of bundles both in standard and deluxe editions in CD, digital and vinyl formats. To pre-order or for more details, click here.
Hedley made a big splash earlier this year at the 2015 Juno Awards both as performers and with frontman Jacob Hoggard pulling double duties as the event’s emcee. See below for the band’s entire 2016 #HelloWorld Tour schedule. For all the latest information on Hedley, click here.
Hedley’s 2016 #HelloWorld Tour schedule:
April 7 – St. John’s, N.L., Mile One Centre
April 8 – St. John’s, N.L., Mile One Centre
April 11 – Moncton, New Brunswick, Moncton Coliseum Complex
April 12 – Halifax, Nova Scotia, Scotiabank Centre
April 14 – Kingston, Ontario, Rogers K-Rock Centre
April 15 – Peterborough, Ontario, Peterborough Memorial Centre (PMC)
April 16 – Hamilton, Ontario, FirstOntario Centre
April 18 – Barrie, Ontario, Barrie Molson Centre
April 19 – Oshawa, Ontario, General Motors Centre
April 20 – London, Ontario, Budweiser Gardens
April 22 – Montreal, Quebec, Bell Centre
April 23 – Ottawa, Ontario, Canadian Tire Centre
April 24 – Sudbury, Ontario, Sudbury Arena
April 26 – Windsor, Ontario, WFCU Centre
April 27 – Kitchener, Ontario, Kitchener Memorial Auditorium Complex
April 29 – Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Centre
May 5 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, SaskTel Centre
May 6 – Regina, Saskatchewan, Brandt Centre
May 7 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, MTS Centre
May 9 – Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canalta Centre
May 10 – Lethbridge, Alberta, ENMAX Centre
May 12 – Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Encana Events Centre
May 13 – Calgary, Alberta, Scotiabank Saddledome
May 14 – Edmonton, Alberta, Rexall Place
May 16 – Prince George, British Columbia, CN Centre
May 17 – Kelowna, British Columbia, Prospera Place
May 19 – Victoria, British Columbia, Save On Foods Memorial Centre
May 20 –Vancouver, British Columbia, Rogers Arena