Monmouth University

Center for the Arts

The health and well-being of students, patrons, artists, and staff is our top priority. In response to the COVID-19 Virus and at the decision of the University, the Center for the Arts is suspending all events through April 3. The Center for the Arts is working to reschedule as many shows as possible. Our hope is to announce new dates as quickly as possible. Please bear with us as we work to communicate with all affected customers. If you have tickets to this performance, our box office staff will be in touch with you in the next several days to discuss your options.

Past Event

Performing Arts Series

POSTPONED – Colin Hay

Singer-songwriter Colin Hay is most beloved for his intimate, confessional live shows but most widely known for being an influential and celebrated frontman of Men at Work, responsible for penning several pop hits of the early ’80s including (The Land) Down Under and Who Can it Be Now. After Men At Work, Hay embarked on a solo career, debuting in 1987 with Looking For Jack and continued to release critically acclaimed solo material throughout the 2000’s, Hay contributed I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You to the soundtrack of Garden State and has had roles in other cult movies and television shows. In 2017, Hay recorded and released his 13th solo album, Fierce Mercy.

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Apr02, 2020

8:00 PM

Tickets: $42-$60

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