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Jen Hatmaker and Heather Land: Hot Summer Nights Tour

An All New Kind of Girls Night Out

Jen Hatmaker and Heather Land

Hot Summer Nights (But Not That Hot) Tour

DPAC

June 21, 2019

April 29, 2019 (Durham, NC) – What happens when you put two sassy Southern sweethearts together for one ultimate evening of spicy banter, real-life inspiration, and carefree fun?  Welcome to Hot Summer Nights (But Not That Hot) with Jen Hatmaker and Heather Land, coming to DPAC on Friday June 21, 2019.

Like all of us, Jen and Heather have been through the high and low seasons – the peaks and the pits – and they’re here to tell you about it, and so much more. Covering a range of hot topics, their multi-city tour will leave you and all of your friends rolling with laughter and full of encouragement. You won’t want to miss this spirited night of unedited, unfiltered, tell-it-like-it-is banter from these beloved two gals. Girl’s night just took on all new meaning. It’s a (hot) date.

 

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About Jen Hatmaker

Jen Hatmaker is the author of 11 books, including the New York Times bestsellers For the Love and Of Mess and Moxie, and the host of the award-winning “For the Love” Podcast. She is the happy hostess of a tightly knit online community where she reaches millions of people each week and offers hilarious tales, frank honesty, and hope. She and her husband, Brandon, founded the Legacy Collective, a giving community that funds sustainable solutions to systemic problems around the world. They also starred in an HGTV series called “My Big Family Renovation.” They live in a 105-year-old farmhouse just outside of Austin, Texas with their five children. Check out her books, speaking schedule, podcast and blog at jenhatmaker.com

 

About Heather Land

Comedienne, author, and singer Heather Land tells it like it is with sarcasm and Southern style. Finding the humor in reality has endeared her to millions, but it is Heather’s ability to laugh at herself that makes her not only relatable, but downright lovable. The words in her stories and songs reach the hearts of audiences across the country, reminding us of the many ways that real life can be really hard and really funny. When she’s not traveling for her “i ain’t doin it” comedy shows, you can find her at home outside of Nashville, Tennessee, writing music, homeschooling two amazing teenagers and launching her new book, I Ain’t Doin It, which debuts in May 2019. Learn more about Heather and see her full tour schedule at heatherlandofficial.com.