Tim Hicks bringing ‘Campfire Troubadour’ Tour to the Chatham Capitol Theatre on November 9

Canadian country music star Tim Hicks bringing his ‘Campfire Troubadour’ Tour to the Chatham Capitol Theatre on Thursday, November 9, 2023

The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets can be purchased, here.

The tour is making stops all across Canada throuhgout October and November, including several stop in Ontario.

Hicks continues to lead the way with his sure-footed everyman approach – expanding the song writing and style that has helped define today’s country music.

Delivering track after track with unparalleled quality and consistency, Hicks’ ascent as an elite chart-topping act since making his country label debut in 2013 is undeniable.

His vast catalogue of highly praised releases including Throw Down, 5:01, 5:01+, Shake These Walls, New Tattoo, Wreck This and Campfire Troubadour has earned the five-time JUNO Award nominee and CCMA Award winner a DOUBLE PLATINUM selling single, three PLATINUM selling singles, nine GOLD singles, one GOLD album and eighteen Top 10 radio hits (including the #1 singles “No Truck Song” and “What A Song Should Do”), in addition to over 150 million collective streams, multiple sold-out headlining dates and back-to-back national tours.

Hicks, a 2022 JUNO Award nominee for ‘Country Album of the Year’ is now a three-time consecutive winner (and the first recipient ever) of the Nielsen Compass Award, which recognizes an artist for the most total content plays including streams, single and album sales as well as total social media following. Kicking off 2022 with the release of ‘Whiskey Does’, ‘High Rollers, and ‘Dodge Out Of Hell’ off of his latest album, Hicks is nominated for two awards at the 2022 CCMAs (“Songwriter of the Year” and “Video of the Year”), for which he was also recently announced as one of the performers to take the stage during the live broadcast. Hicks set out on his national headlining 2022 ZERO to SIXTY Tour and recently released his fifth full-length album Talk To Time, a timeless collection which unveils a new chapter in his career, showcasing his versatility within the country music genre and beyond.

2023 has seen the release of Throw Down Deluxe (Remastered) features never before-heard track “Taking It Easy,” along with a brand new version of the fan favourite “Stronger Beer (Keg Party Mix)”. That was followed by the release of Campfire Troubadour Volume Two, the next installment following the Juno and CCMA-nominated predecessor of the same name. Tim is back with another summer anthem, ‘Yee to the Haw’, available everywhere now.

The Chatham show will also feature special guest Dayna Reid.

With powerhouse vocals, one-of-a-kind lyrics and a tenacious attitude, Reid is at the forefront of emerging artists to watch.

Hailing from the small-town of Elmvale, Ontario, Dayna has been turning heads across the industry since signing to Open Road Recordings and RGK Entertainment Group.

Her fresh sound landed her the titles of iHeartRadio’s Future Star and Stingray Radio’s Trending Track, leading to her first Top 40 radio single with “She’s Me.”

More details about the tour can be found at https://www.timhicksmusic.com/.

Also, check out our SWOMP photo gallery from the Bluewater Borderfest in Sarnia this past June, here.

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