Critics have long derided The Voice, claiming it gets the ratings but fails to produce stars. Little do they realise many of the talents to come from the show continue to hone their craft and play shows all around the country. One of those hard achievers is Harrison Craig.

He’s set to get the hearts of his largely female fan base fluttering when he takes his latest album Kings of Vegas on the road. It’s a tribute to the greatest acts from the City of Sin including Nat King Cole, the Rat Pack, Elvis Presley, and Tom Jones. Harrison recorded it in Las Vegas with a 90-piece band for that authentic swing sound.

Harrison says he can’t wait to bring those songs to his fans around the country.

“I’m counting the moments down until I can be back out there with my Harrinators!” he said in a press release. “Here we go. Vegas Baby!”

5 May 2017 – Palms at Crown, Melbourne
6 May 2017 – Capital Theatre, Bendigo
12 May 2017 – The Lighthouse Theatre, Warrnambool
13 May 2017 – GPAC Drama Theatre, Geelong
14 May 2017 – Wrest Point Entertainment Centre, Hobart
19 May 2017 – The Tivoli, Brisbane
20 May 2017 – Twin Towns Services Club, Tweed Heads
21 May 2017 – Sydney Opera House, Sydney
26 May 2017 – Canberra Theatre Centre, Canberra
27 May 2017 – Griffith Regional Theatre, Griffith
2 June 2017 – Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre, Mount Gambier
3 June 2017 – Dunstan Playhouse, Adelaide
9 June 2017 – Laycock Street Theatre, Gosford
10 June 2017 – Glasshouse, Port Macquarie
16 June 2017 – Heritage Bank Auditorium, Toowoomba
17 June 2017 – The Events Centre Playhouse, Caloundra
23 June 2017 – Bathurst Memorial Entertainment Centre, Bathurst
24 June 2017 – Playhouse Theatre, Newcastle
30 June 2017 – Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre, Wagga Wagga
1 July 2017 – Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre, Wangaratta
7 July 2017 – Wesley Performing Arts Centre, Horsham
8 July 2017 – Mercure Convention Centre, Ballarat
13 July 2017 – Queens Park Theatre, Geraldton
14 July 2017 – Heath Ledger Theatre, Perth
15 July 2017 – Albany Entertainment Centre, Albany
16 July 2017 – Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre, Bunbury
21 July 2017 – Capitol Theatre, Tamworth
22 July 2017 – Dubbo Regional Theatre, Dubbo
28 July 2017 – Illawarra Performing Arts Centre, Wollongong
29 July 2017 – Shoalhaven Entertainment Centre, Nowra
4 August 2017 – Burnie Arts Centre Theatre, Burnie
5 August 2017 – Country Club, Launceston

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