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Hailey Whitters

Hailey Whitters Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 27,423
Category Country
Concerts
May
31
Growin' Up And Gettin' Old Tour
Glendale
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Jun
02
Railbird Music Festival 2024
Lexington
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Jun
05
Joe's Live
Rosemont
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Jun
07
Growin' Up And Gettin' Old Tour w/ Luke Combs
Salt Lake City
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Jun
09
Carolina Country Music Festival 2024
Myrtle Beach
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Jun
13
Troubadour
West Hollywood
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Jun
14
Growin' Up And Gettin' Old Tour w/ Luke Combs
Inglewood
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Jun
15
Buck Owens' Crystal Palace
Bakersfield
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Jun
19
Backyard Country BBQ
Anchorage
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Jun
21
Barefoot Country Music Fest 2024
Wildwood
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Jun
27
Country Fest, Cadott 2024
Cadott
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Jun
29
Greeley Stampede w/ Chris Young
Greeley
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Jul
06
Cavendish Beach Music Festival 2024
Cavendish
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Jul
10
XL Live
Harrisburg
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Jul
11
Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview w/ Jason Aldean
Syracuse
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Jul
12
Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater w/ Jason Aldean
Wantagh
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Jul
13
PNC Bank Arts Center w/ Jason Aldean
Holmdel
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Jul
18
Bottle & Cork
Dewey Beach
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Jul
19
Growin' Up And Gettin' Old Tour w/ Luke Combs
East Rutherford
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Jul
21
Great Jones County Fair
Monticello
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Jul
26
Growin' Up And Gettin' Old Tour w/ Luke Combs
Landover
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Aug
02
Growin' Up And Gettin' Old Tour w/ Luke Combs
Cincinnati
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Aug
09
Growin' Up And Gettin' Old Tour w/ Luke Combs
Houston
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Aug
14
Steele County Fairgrounds Park
Owatonna
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Aug
15
Upper Peninsula State Fair
Escanaba
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Aug
16
Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort w/ Jason Aldean
Mount Pleasant
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Aug
17
Alpine Valley Music Theatre w/ Jason Aldean
East Troy
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Aug
24
BankNH Pavilion w/ Jason Aldean
Gilford
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Aug
25
BankNH Pavilion w/ Jason Aldean
Gilford
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Aug
29
Greensboro Coliseum w/ Jason Aldean
Greensboro
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Aug
30
Jiffy Lube Live w/ Jason Aldean
Bristow
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Sep
05
Hayden Homes Amphitheater w/ Jason Aldean
Bend
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Sep
06
Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater w/ Jason Aldean
Nampa
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Sep
07
USANA Amphitheatre w/ Jason Aldean
West Valley City
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Sep
12
Thunder Valley Casino Resort w/ Jason Aldean
Lincoln
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Sep
14
Boots in the Park
San Diego
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Sep
20
Nugget Event Center w/ Jason Aldean
Sparks
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Sep
21
Laughlin Event Center w/ Jason Aldean
Laughlin
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Oct
05
Atrium Health Amphitheater w/ Jason Aldean
Macon
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Oct
12
Riverfront Revival 2024
North Charleston
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Oct
18
GoldenSky Festival 2024
Sacramento
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Nov
08
Moon Crush at Avett Moon 2024
Miramar Beach
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About Hailey Whitters
Listen to Hailey's album The Dream here: https://linktr.ee/haileywhitters Hailey Whitters was closing in on her first decade in Nashville, that mythologized milestone when artists are supposed to finally start reaping the fruits of their labor. But despite 10 years of hard work, the singer-songwriter still hadn't had her breakout moment and, fed up with pushing the boulder uphill, she took a step back to reassess. "I hit my 'fuck it' point," says Hailey. I felt like I was watering myself down to try and fit in with what this town was doing, and I was looking for Nashville to define my happiness. When I quit doing that I was able to dig into why I am on this journey in the first place: to create music that I love on my own terms. And that's when I wrote 'Ten Year Town.'" At that moment, the native of Shueyville, Iowa, matured into the artist she was supposed to be: a probing, fearless songwriter who is more concerned with the busted and broken way things are than the pretty and polished way things are painted to be. "Everything is so glossy and so perfect in society," she says, "especially for women, who are getting fillers and changing our face shape. Every single thing is so tweaked to perfection that it's boring. I'm craving something that is raw, real and imperfect." She addresses all of that in "Ten Year Town," the song that at long last identified Hailey as one of Nashville's elite songwriters and artists. Written with Grammy nominee Brandy Clark, the ballad takes a stark look at what happens when life doesn't work out as planned and how rejection can ultimately lead to empowerment. "I didn't come this far, to only go this far," sings Hailey. While it's a song of frustration laid bare, Hailey isn't bitter or jaded. Rather, she's encouraged and inspired — "This next song could turn it all around" goes the final verse of "Ten Year Town" — looking ahead to the release of her new album The Dream, a project that she's splitting up into two acts. The first half, titled "The Days," looks at where she came from, while the second part, also called "The Dream," explores where she's going. "This is the first record that feels 100 percent me. It's a time capsule of my time in Nashville and coming to terms with dreams and what they mean to you," says Hailey, who fully funded the project herself. Along with waiting tables, she sold a guitar and dipped into her savings, money that she had made from touring and stashed away. She also leaned heavily on royalties she received from writing songs for other artists, like Alan Jackson, Martina McBride and Little Big Town, who cut her "Happy People." (Hailey's ebullient version appears on "The Dream.") With money secured, she turned to BMG's Jake Gear to produce the album and Logan Matheny to engineer and mix. Taken as a whole, The Dream is a collection of 12 tracks, all but two — renditions of Chris Stapleton's "The Devil Always Made Me Think Twice" and Brent Cobb's "Loose Strings" — written by Hailey and a roster of A-list women collaborators including Lori McKenna, Hillary Lindsey, Nicolle Galyon and Brandy Clark. She sings of getting day drunk to medicate a heartbreak in "Red, Wine & Blue"; taps into an Eighties Jackson Browne vibe on the marvelous "Dream, Girl"; and romanticizes her Midwest upbringing in the swooning "Heartland." Elsewhere, she inhabits a tough but secretly vulnerable character in "All the Cool Girls"; laments the worst kind of person to date in "The Faker"; and shares second-hand life lessons in the stunning "Janice at the Hotel Bar," written with McKenna. "Janice at the Hotel Bar" ties the entire album together, mixing bits of Hailey's family wisdom (her grandmother was a font of advice, like "Have a glass of red a day") with the nuggets of the titular Janice ("Vodka over dessert because sugar goes straight to your hips"), a real-life 80-something woman who preached her worldview to a friend of McKenna's. "I said to Lori, 'Let's write a song about the things that a mother would tell her daughter as she went through life,'" says Hailey. "I've been dying to have a story song and I love that ours is about a woman speaking to another woman." Growing up, Hailey often found herself paying attention to influential women — not just in her family, but also on the radio. The Dixie Chicks, Shania Twain, Alanis Morissette, Pink and Gillian Welch all helped shape her songwriting. Instead of superficial party songs, Hailey was compelled to dig deeper, writing about personal yet relatable topics on the guitar she received when she was just 14. Back then, she too was dreaming of being on the radio, riding around on a tour bus and performing for thousands of fans. But after hitting that "fuck it" point, Hailey's dream changed. Today, she's fulfilled simply by writing songs and lyrics in which everyone can find themselves. She's committed to making country music in the 21st century accessible to all listeners. "Everyone should have a place in a country song," she says. "I'd like to bring open-mindedness and inclusion to the genre." Hailey is also committed to restoring a sense of perspective with The Dream, the follow-up to 2015's Black Sheep. "I feel like there's a very shallow amount of life experience right now in country songs. But country music has always been about real life and transparency, and inviting listeners to come in and share these experiences." In "Living the Dream," the album's last song, she poses a powerful rhetorical question: "Aren't we all down here living the dream?" "We get so consumed with the next achievement and accomplishment that sometimes you forget that you're living right now. And that's what I want listeners to take away from this album and its two parts," Hailey says. "Be happy where you are in the present moment — because your dreams have to be worth it." For Hailey Whitters, The Dream is right now.
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What fans are saying
Garrett
4 / 5
Loved the venue and it was an all out great time.
Gorge Amphitheatre Quincy, WA
Dec 02, 2023
Andrew
5 / 5
Fun, energetic opening set by a very talented artist! 🎶🌽🎶🌽🎶
The National Richmond, VA
Nov 09, 2021
bill
5 / 5
great!cant wait till we she her again
Bell County Expo Center Belton, TX
Jul 17, 2022
Dylan
5 / 5
Definitely gonna have to catch another show!
White Oak Music Hall Houston, TX
Apr 18, 2022
Anonymous
5 / 5
Great venue and great show!!!
Joe's on Weed St. Chicago, IL
Feb 11, 2022
Nick
5 / 5
SHOW OF THE YEAR!!!!
DanceMor Ballroom Swisher, IA
May 09, 2022
Paul
5 / 5
She killed it!
Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, CO
Oct 23, 2022
Liz
5 / 5
Wonderful show!
Bottleneck Lawrence, KS
Mar 05, 2023
Memo
4 / 5
Yeah
White Oak Music Hall Houston, TX
Jun 20, 2022
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Hailey Whitters Tour Cities
Wantagh, NY San Diego, CA Holmdel, NJ Nampa, ID Sparks, NV Bakersfield, CA Lincoln, CA East Troy, WI Harrisburg, PA Inglewood, CA West Valley City, UT Landover, MD Greensboro, NC Houston, TX East Rutherford, NJ Cincinnati, OH Rosemont, IL Salt Lake City, UT Gilford, NH Cadott, WI Sacramento, CA North Charleston, SC Macon, GA Anchorage, AK Cavendish, PE Owatonna, MN Bend, OR Monticello, IA Dewey Beach, DE Glendale, AZ Bristow, VA Escanaba, MI Syracuse, NY Lexington, KY Greeley, CO Myrtle Beach, SC Wildwood, NJ Miramar Beach, FL West Hollywood, CA Mount Pleasant, MI Laughlin, NV

Frequently Asked Questions About Hailey Whitters

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Hailey Whitters on tour?

Yes, Hailey Whitters is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Hailey Whitters concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Hailey Whitters tour is scheduled for 42 dates across 41 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Hailey Whitters scheduled to play?

Hailey Whitters is scheduled to play 42 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Hailey Whitters tour start?

Hailey Whitters’s tour starts May 31, 2024 and ends on Nov 08, 2024. They will play 41 cities; their most recent concert was held in Glendale at State Farm Stadium and their next upcoming concert will be in San Diego at Waterfront Park.

What venues is Hailey Whitters performing at?

As part of the Hailey Whitters tour, Hailey Whitters is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

May 31 - Glendale, AZ @ State Farm Stadium
Jun 02 - Lexington, KY @ The Red Mile
Jun 05 - Rosemont, IL @ Joe's Live
Jun 07 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Rice-Eccles Stadium
Jun 09 - Myrtle Beach, SC @ Carolina Country Music Fest
Jun 13 - West Hollywood, CA @ Troubadour
Jun 14 - Inglewood, CA @ SoFi Stadium
Jun 15 - Bakersfield, CA @ Buck Owens' Crystal Palace
Jun 19 - Anchorage, AK @ Chinook
Jun 21 - Wildwood, NJ @ Wildwood
Jun 27 - Cadott, WI @ Country Fest
Jun 29 - Greeley, CO @ Island Grove Regional Park
Jul 06 - Cavendish, Prince Edward Island @ Cavendish Beach Events Centre
Jul 10 - Harrisburg, PA @ XL Live
Jul 11 - Syracuse, NY @ St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview
Jul 12 - Wantagh, NY @ Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
Jul 13 - Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center
Jul 18 - Dewey Beach, DE @ Bottle & Cork
Jul 19 - East Rutherford, NJ @ MetLife Stadium
Jul 21 - Monticello, IA @ Great Jones County Fair
Jul 26 - Landover, MD @ Commanders Field
Aug 02 - Cincinnati, OH @ Paul Brown Stadium
Aug 09 - Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium
Aug 14 - Owatonna, MN @ Steele County Fairgrounds Park
Aug 15 - Escanaba, MI @ Upper Peninsula State Fair
Aug 16 - Mount Pleasant, MI @ Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
Aug 17 - East Troy, WI @ Alpine Valley Music Theatre
Aug 24 - Gilford, NH @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
Aug 25 - Gilford, NH @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
Aug 29 - Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex
Aug 30 - Bristow, VA @ Jiffy Lube Live
Sep 05 - Bend, OR @ Hayden Homes Amphitheater
Sep 06 - Nampa, ID @ Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater
Sep 07 - West Valley City, UT @ Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre
Sep 12 - Lincoln, CA @ Thunder Valley Casino Resort
Sep 14 - San Diego, CA @ Waterfront Park
Sep 20 - Sparks, NV @ Nugget Event Center
Sep 21 - Laughlin, NV @ Laughlin Event Center
Oct 05 - Macon, GA @ Macon Amphitheater
Oct 12 - North Charleston, SC @ Riverfront Park
Oct 18 - Sacramento, CA @ Discovery Park
Nov 08 - Miramar Beach, FL @ Miramar Beach
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