Itinerary Announced for Harry Connick, Jr.'s Summer Concert Tour

News   Itinerary Announced for Harry Connick, Jr.'s Summer Concert Tour
 
Harry Connick, Jr., who was Tony-nominated for his performance in the Broadway revival of The Pajama Game, will kick off a 20-plus city summer concert tour July 9 in San Diego, CA.

The upcoming tour, which will play Portland, Salt Lake City, Denver and St. Louis, also includes stops at such famed venues as Memphis' Orpheum Theatre and Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl before concluding Aug. 7 at Chicago’s Ravinia Park.

The shows will feature music from Connick's vast musical catalog, including songs from his most recent releases, "Smokey Mary" and "Every Man Should Know."

The current tour itinerary follows:

Date

City

Venue

July 9

San Diego, CA

Copley Symphony Hall

July 10

Los Angeles, CA

Hollywood Bowl

July 11

Los Angeles, CA

Hollywood Bowl

July 12

Santa Rosa, CA

Wells Fargo Center

July 14

Saratoga, CA

The Mountain Winery

July 15

Saratoga, CA

The Mountain Winery

July 17

Portland, OR

Arlene Schnitzer Hall

July 18

Woodinville, WA

Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery

July 19

Woodinville, WA

Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery

July 20

Spokane, WA

INB Center

July 22

Salt Lake City, UT

Red Butte Garden & Arboretum

July 23

Denver, CO

Ellie Caulkins Opera House

July 24

Salina, KS

Stiefel Theater

July 25

Thackerville, OK

Winstar Casino

July 27

Memphis, TN

Orpheum Theatre

July 28

St. Louis, MO

Peabody Opera House

July 30

South Bend, IN

Morris PAC

July 31

Interlochen, MI

Kresge Auditorium

Aug. 1

Detroit, MI

Freedom Hill Amphitheater

Aug.  2

Grand Rapids, MI

Meijer Gardens

Aug. 4

Toledo, OH

Zoo Amphitheater

Aug. 5

Kettering, OH

Fraze Pavilion

Aug. 6

Carmel, IN

Palladium

Aug. 7

Highland Park, IL

Ravinia

Connick, Jr. also starred in the 2011 Broadway revival of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever and penned the score to the original musical Thou Shalt Not.

For more information visit  www.harryconnickjr.com.

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