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Sat20 Mar 202108:00:PM Paramount Theatre - Denver,Denver,COColin Hay
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Thu25 Mar 202107:30:PM Pantages Theatre - MN,Minneapolis,MNColin Hay
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Fri26 Mar 202107:30:PM Pabst Theater,Milwaukee,WIColin Hay
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Sat27 Mar 202108:00:PM Thalia Hall,Chicago,ILColin Hay
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Sun28 Mar 202107:00:PM Royal Oak Music Theatre,Royal Oak,MIColin Hay
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Tue30 Mar 202108:00:PM Taft Theatre,Cincinnati,OHColin Hay
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Sat03 Apr 202108:00:PM Lincoln Theatre - DC,Washington,DCColin Hay
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Tue06 Apr 202108:00:PM Maryland Hall For The Creative Arts,Annapolis,MDColin Hay
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Wed07 Apr 202107:30:PM Keswick Theatre,Glenside,PAColin Hay
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Thu08 Apr 202108:00:PM Tarrytown Music Hall,Tarrytown,NYColin Hay
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Fri09 Apr 202108:00:PM Capitol Center For The Arts - NH,Concord,NCColin Hay
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Sat10 Apr 202108:00:PM Wilbur Theatre - MA,Boston,MAColin Hay
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Thu22 Apr 202108:00:PM Charleston Music Hall,Charleston,WVColin Hay
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Wed28 Apr 202108:00:PM The Plaza Live,Orlando,FLColin Hay
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Thu29 Apr 202108:00:PM Amaturo Theater at Broward Ctr For The Perf Arts,Fort Lauderdale,FLColin Hay
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Fri30 Apr 202108:00:PM Nancy and David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre,Clearwater,FLColin Hay
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Sat01 May 202108:00:PM Ponte Vedra Concert Hall,Ponte Vedra Beach,FLColin Hay
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Wed05 May 202108:00:PM The Lyric Theatre - Birmingham,Birmingham,birminghamColin Hay
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Sun09 May 202108:00:PM Majestic Theatre - Dallas,Dallas,TXColin Hay
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Sat26 Apr 207003:30:AM Buckhead Theatre,Atlanta,GAColin Hay
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Colin James Hay, better known as Colin Hay, is a Scottish-Australian singer and actor, who play wide genres of music, like country, acoustic, new wave, pop and rock.  An artist of international fame and former lead vocalist of a well-known pop-rock, new wave and rock band, Men at Work, Colin Hay, has also performed with the legendary Beatles’ drummer, Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band.

About Colin Hay

Born in Scotland and brought up in Australia, Colin Hay made his mark on the music industry in early 1980’s when he formed Men at Work. The band was particularly praised for its use of brass instruments and woodwind. Other members of the band were Greg Ham (saxophonist/flautist), John Rees (bassist), Jerry Speiser (drums), and Ron Strykert. Their debut album was Business as Usual, which was released in 1981. This album was a phenomenal success, which sold over 30 million copies globally.
The album and its single “Down Under” and “Who Can It Be Now?” were chart-busters and reached no. 1 album and no. single status in the United States. Men at Work have been the only Australian band to achieve this success in the US. The album and “Down Under” enjoyed the same success in the UK as well. “Who Can It Be Now?” reached no. 1 on the Australian charts, too. The album was no. 1 debut album both in Australia and New Zealand. The band was such a success that they won a Grammy in 1983 for the Best New Artist category and Canadian Juno Award for “International LP of the Year.”
The national and international success of their debut album encouraged them to release their second album, Cargo, which was released in 1983. This album, too, was a huge hit both at home and abroad with the album reaching the very top in Australia. It reached no. 3 position on the Billboard 200 album chart. Three of the singles from the album, “Overkill”, “It’s a Mistake” and “Dr. Heckyll and Mr. Jive” did extremely well in the US market. The prodigal band, however, broke up, around the time their third and last album, Two Hearts, came out in 1985. Hay, however, did not let this break up affect his music and released his first solo album, Looking for Jack, in 1987. Since than he has released albums like Gathering Mercury, American Sunshine, Are You Lookin’ at Me?, Man @ Work, Company of Strangers, Going Somewhere, Transcendental Highway, Topanga, Peaks & Valleys, and Wayfaring Sons. He has had a very successful solo career.
Apart from enjoying a successful solo career, Colin Hay has also started his own record label, Lazy Eye Records. Multi-talented Hay is not just a musician and a singer, but an actor too. He has appeared in Scrubs episode of “My Overkill”, BBC’s Casualty, CBS’s Cane, NBC’s The Black Donnellys, ABC’s What About Brian, The Mick Molloy Show, JAG, The Larry Sanders Show and Cosi. He has also been a voice in an animated movie The Wild.
Musician, singer, and actor, Colin Hay is also a philanthropist. He along with Heather Mills re-released “My Brilliant Feat”, to pay homage to the late soccer star, George Best. Proceeds from the sales went to Donor Family Network, which supports and promotes organ and tissue donation.
In 1996, two original members of Men at Work, Ham and Hay reunited to tour Latin America. The band had enjoyed unprecedented success there during their heyday. Other members of the band were Simon Hosford (guitarist), John Watson (drummer) and Stephen Hedley (bassist). This tour was such a success that a live CD Brazil ’96 was released in 1997. The band continued to tour during 1998-2000, all over the world. They also performed at the closing ceremony of the 2000 Summer Olympics. The band members today perform both individually and collectively to enthrall their fans all over the world.
Branded by some as Australia’s best export, Colin Hay is coming to your town to enthrall you with his great music. So do not miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity to see and hear one of the greats of our times! Simply buy Colin Hay Tickets now and be a part of a whole new experience!

Colin Hay Tickets PRICES

As of 11/09/2020 the average Colin Hay tickets will cost you between $106 and $237, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Thalia Hall, Chicago on 27/03/2021. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 26/03/2021 at the Pabst Theater, Milwaukee.
Minimum get in price is for Colin Hay tickets is $54 for the event being held at the Keswick Theatre, Glenside on 07/04/2021 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Pabst Theater, Milwaukee on 26/03/2021 will set you back $182.

Event City Venue Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price (Minimum Price)
Colin HayDenverParamount Theatre - Denver20-Mar-21$107$73
Colin HayMinneapolisPantages Theatre - MN25-Mar-21$154$74
Colin HayMilwaukeePabst Theater26-Mar-21$237$182
Colin HayChicagoThalia Hall27-Mar-21$106$59
Colin HayRoyal OakRoyal Oak Music Theatre28-Mar-21$195$68
Colin HayCincinnatiTaft Theatre30-Mar-21$185$69
Colin HayWashingtonLincoln Theatre - DC3-Apr-21$226$68
Colin HayAnnapolisMaryland Hall For The Creative Arts6-Apr-21$177$89
Colin HayGlensideKeswick Theatre7-Apr-21$164$54
Colin HayTarrytownTarrytown Music Hall8-Apr-21$167$110