Grammy Award-winning musician Harry Connick, Jr, whose Broadway appearances include starring roles in the revivals of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever and The Pajama Game, is set to launch a concert tour this fall.
This holiday edition of Connick’s New Orleans Tricentennial Celebration Tour will feature songs in tribute to the Big Easy as well as some of his holiday favorites.
The December 15 engagement in Connick’s hometown of New Orleans, will be a special show at UNO Lakefront Arena to benefit the Ellis Marsalis Center for Music, which he co-founded in the Ninth Ward in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Connick will first play the London Palladium (October 10) and La Seine Musicale in Paris (October 12), followed by the official tour launch in Grand Rapids, MI (November 26).
Additional stops include Cleveland, OH (November 29), Knoxville, TN (December 4), Charleston, SC (December 7), Memphis, TN (December 12), Lincoln, NE (December 18), and St. Louis, MO (December 20).
For complete tour dates, and to purchase tickets, visit HarryConnickJr.com.