Australian producer behind song "Nowhere to Go" to play 13 U.S. cities
Following the release of Hayden James' latest single, “Nowhere To Go,” off his forthcoming debut album Between Us, on Tuesday he announced plans to embark on his largest U.S. headline tour to date. Spanning 13 cities across North America this fall, the Australian dance music mogul will bring all-new live production to venues in Los Angeles, Washington and Chicago, starting Sept. 5 at H.O.B. Bronze Peacock Room in Houston and wrapping Oct. 4 at Webster Hall in New York.
Presale tickets will go on sale May 15 at 10 a.m. local time, for those who sign up to receive a code (more information here). General on sale beings Friday, May 17 at 10 a.m. local. All ticket types will be available here.
Since 2013, Hayden James has established himself as an electronic-pop tastemaker, attracting global acclaim, wild streaming success and a loyal fanbase following the release of his viral breakout hit “Permission to Love” and the gold-certified track “Something About You.” His last three releases “Better Together”, “Just Friends” and “Numb” have all achieved platinum certification, meanwhile his custom-created stage productions continue to sell out shows and festivals around the world.
In just a matter of days, James’ deeply addictive summer starter “Nowhere to Go” featuring powerful vocal duo NAATIONS, has amassed over 1 million streams across platforms. In anticipation of his highly-anticipated debut project, James will set out across already sold-out stops throughout Australia before making his way to the U.S. with his most evolved live experience yet.
Hayden James ‘Between Us’ 2019 North America Tour Dates
Sept. 5 @ H.O.B. Bronze Peacock Room in Houston Sept. 6 @ Vulcan in Austin, Texas Sept. 7 @ Trees in Dallas Sept. 12 @ Music Box in San Diego Sept. 13 @ Regency Ballroom in San Francisco Sept. 14 @ The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles Sept. 20 @ Doug Fir Lounge in Portland Sept. 21 @ Neumo’s in Seattle Sept. 26 @ Gothic Theatre in Englewood, Colorado Sept. 27 @ Bottom Lounge in Chicago Sept. 28 @ Magic Stick in Detroit Oct 3 @ U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC Oct 4 @ Webster Hall in New York