Men At Work leader and frontman Colin Hay heads back on tour for a 40-date theater and club run starting from late February until the beginning of May. Hat begins the trek on February 27th at Santa Barbara's Lobero Theatre, with the dates running straight through May 10th at Dallas' Majestic Theater.

Colin Hay, who was born in Scotland and immigrated to Australia with his family at 14, will be offering a special meet & greet at the upcoming shows to benefit Australia's New South Wales Rural Fire Service. For more info, log on to:

Men At Work was a massive hit out of the gate scoring 1982 Number Ones for its debut album, Business As Usual and the set's first two singles -- "Who Can It Be Now?" and "Down Under." The group, who won the 1983 Grammy Award for Best New Artist, holds the distinction of being the only Australian artist to have a simultaneous Number One album and single in the U.S.

Colin Hay, who still performs periodically under the Men At Work moniker, says that there is clearly a difference between his solo gigs and "group" concerts: "We play between. . . between 1,000 and 10,000 people would come and see our show depending on where it is. So it's still really quite good. So, that's quite big for me. That's a big tour. My solo tours are smaller, but it's a different kind of show. I tell a lot of stories usually, if I feel like it. I think the audience will like it, and sing songs. That's really my natural game. I'd been doing that since before I was in Men At Work."

Colin Hay will once again be part of Ringo Starr's All Starr Band, with their 2020 shows kicking off on May 29th in Rama, Ontario at Casino Rama.

JUST ANNOUNCED: Colin Hay tour dates (subject to change):

February 27 - Santa Barbra, CA - Lobero Theatre
February 28 - Los Angeles, CA - Saban Theatre
February 29 - El Cajon, CA - The Magnolia
March 3 - Santa Cruz - Rio Theater
March 4 - San Francisco, CA - Palace of Fine Arts Theatre
March 6 - Portand, OR - Revolution Hall
March 7 - Seatle, WA - Saint Mark's Episcopal Cathedral
March 8 - Spokane, WA - The Bing Crosby Theater
March 9 - Missoula, MT - The Wilma
March 11 - Salt Lake City, UT - Rose Wagner Theater
March 13 - Fort Collins, CO - Lincoln Center
March 14 - Devver, CO - Paramount Theatre
March 15 - Beaver Creek, CO - Vilar PAC
March 26 - Minneapolis, MN - Pantages Theatre
March 27 - Milwaukee, WI - The Pabst Theater
March 28 - Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall
March 29 - Royal Oak, MI - Royal Oak Music Theatre
March 31 - Cincinnati, OH - Taft Theatre
April 2 - West Long Branch, NJ - Monmouth University
April 3 - Annapolis, MD - Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
April 4 - Washington, DC - Lincoln Theatre
April 5 - Glenside, PA - Keswick Theatre
April 7, 8 - New York - City Winery
April 9 - Tarrytown, NY - Tarrytown Music Hall
April 10 - Concord, NH - Capitol Center for the Arts
April 11 - Boston, MA - The Wilbur
April 23 - Charleston, SC - Charleston Music Hall
April 24, 25 - Wilkesboro, NC - Merlefest at Wilkes Community College
April 26 - Atlanta, GA - Buckhead Theatre
April 29 - Orlando, FL - The Plaza Live
April 30 - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Amaturo Theater at Broward Center for the Performing Arts
May 1 - Clearwater, FL - Capitol Theatre
May 2 - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
May 6 - Birmingham, AL - The Lyric Theatre
May 7 - Baton Rouge, LA - Manship Theatre
May 8 - Houston, TX - The Heights Theater
May 9 - Austin, TX - Texas Union Ballroom
May 10 - Dallas, TX - Majestic Theater