Hunter Hayes fires up the stage with red lights during GO90 Live: San Francisco held at The Regency Ballroom on Thursday night (February 4) in San Francisco, Calif.
The 24-year-old country star celebrated Super Bowl 50 just a few days early with his fans at the concert event. Fans who missed the show can watch the full concert on the free go90 app, available via App Store or Google Play.
“Yes, the background is real & so is the awesomeness that was our visit to San Francisco! Thank you for a fun show,” Hunter shared on Twitter the day after the show.
Yes, the background is real & so is the awesomeness that was our visit to San Francisco! Thank you for a fun show! pic.twitter.com/gODx9vBSFc
The benefit concert also served as the centerpiece for the next full-length feature film directed and produced by NASH TV Films: Hearts Unsung. The documentary features inspiring stories of courageous women who have overcome adversity paired with amazing live performances from some of the best acts in America.
The film is expected to release in select theaters in January.
Hunter Hayes plays his heart out on the Honda Stage at the iHeartRadio Theater on Tuesday night (October 27) in Burbank, Calif.
The 23-year-old musician gave a preview of his upcoming the 21 Project, which is out on November 6th.
“My theme for this year is ‘it’s the year to be brave,’ and that means trying new things and doing things you’re a little uncomfortable with,” Hunter recently shared in a new interview.
He continued, “What we did with ‘21’ was we released it to streaming services first and let the fans decide and have the music. We started releasing new songs every other week, six total throughout this summer, and watched how the fans reacted. We’re calling it the 21 Project. It’s been an experiment and now we’re taking it on the road for the tour. It’s going to be a different show and new experience for the fans every night. The music has changed drastically and the show will reflect that, so I’m really excited to do a tour that reintroduces new and old music together.”