Find Hedley tickets for their 2016 tour! The Canadian pop-rock band will set off on a two-month trek next April in support of their recently released album, Hello. Find Hedley tickets on TicketNetwork.com and see the band rock out in 2016!
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Nov 25, 2016
|iHeartRadio Jingle Ball: The Weeknd, The Chainsmokers, Hedley & Alessia Cara||Toronto, Canada|
Air Canada Centre
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Hedley dropped their sixth studio album, Hello on November 6, 2015. Released under Universal Music Canada, Hello featured the singles “Lost in Translation” and “Hello.” Hedley’s lead singer Jacob Hoggard was credited as the album’s writer, producer, and creative director.
In 2016, Hedley will travel across Canada performing music from Hello. Opening for Hedley on the tour will be Carly Rae Jepsen and Francesco Yates. Launching at Mile One Centre in St John’s, Newfoundland on April 7, the tour will make 28 stops throughout Canada, including shows at Centre Bell in Montreal and Air Canada Centre in Toronto, before wrapping up at Rogers Arena in Vancouver on May 20. Get your Hedley tickets today!
Hedley was formed in Abbotsford, British Columbia in 2003 by Jacob Hoggard, Kevin Giesbrecht, Kevin Heeres, Ryan Federau, and Brandon McKay. The following year, Hoggard entered Canadian Idol and finished the competition in third place. Soon after, Hedley went on hiatus before ever releasing a studio album.
The hiatus was short-lived and Hedley quickly reformed, however Hoggard was the only original member left. He was now joined by Dave Rosin, Tommy Mac, and Chris Crippin. In 2005, Hedley released their debut single, “On My Own,” which reached number one on the Canadian Singles Chart. The band’s first album, Hedley was also released in 2005 and peaked at the 3rd spot on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart. Although the album was successful in Canada, neither the album nor any of its singles reached Billboard charts in the United States.
Since the release of their debut album, Hedley has gone on to release five more, including their most recent album, Hello.