The Jerseys 2018 Tour Announcement

After a fantastic and successful sell-out first UK tour, the Jerseys are back by popular demand with even more dates lined up for 2018!

Known as the UK`s Leading Tribute to Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, The Jerseys are set to delight fans all across the UK as they announce a string of dates for a new upcoming 2018 tour.

With a sensational first tour that saw the boys travel all across the UK performing at an incredible 13 sold out theatres back in 2017, and with even more locations lined up for 2018, you can be assured that this is set to be their biggest and best tour to date.

The Jersey`s  – Oh What A Night features top quality lead vocals and harmonies, choreographed dance routines and a show that features all the great Jersey Boy hits including Beggin`, Big Girls Don`t Cry, Sherry, Who Loves You, Rag Doll and many more – A show not to be missed!

 

The group are a Professional 4 piece authentic, musical and vocal Tribute to the legendary, original Jersey Boys – so if you love the music of Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons then you will love The Jerseys.

The Jerseys are no ordinary tribute group and their outstanding achievements and career to date is what makes the group the best in the business. From performing at Theatres, Holiday Parks, Hotels, Live Music Venues, Corporate Events, Weddings, Parties and on Cruise Ships all across the UK and Europe, to having the pleasure of performing for royalty at the Queen`s 90th Birthday celebrations at The Long Walk, Windsor Castle and also at a charity event at St James Palace for HRH Princess Anne.

As well as touring the UK, The Jerseys will also be taking up residency at Viva Blackpool for a 5th consecutive season and will continue to bring joy to their loyal fans who return to the venue time and time again, with an incredible live show every Wednesday and Sunday night.

 

Tickets are sure to sell out fast so make you grab them whilst you can, you can find all of the tour dates plus venue and ticket information below.

    

2nd Feb – Birmingham Crescent Theatre – http://bit.ly/2Dw5uOQ

18th Feb – Ferneham Hall – http://bit.ly/2DTyJc3

19th Feb – Ferneham Hall – http://bit.ly/2DTyJc3

21st Feb – Musselburgh Brunton Theatre – http://bit.ly/2rnhU6F

22nd Feb – Kilmarnock Palace Theatre – http://bit.ly/2BeFan3

23rd Feb – Dundee Whitehall Theatre – http://bit.ly/2DPoqFT

28th Feb – Isle Of Wight Medina Theatre – http://bit.ly/2mXxpxQ

 

1st Mar – Bristol Redgrave Theatre – http://bit.ly/2DRDser

2nd Mar – Coventry Albany Theatre – http://bit.ly/2rocgBp

7th Mar – Workington Carnegie – http://bit.ly/2mUXQ6d

8th Mar – Workington Carnegie – http://bit.ly/2mUXQ6d

14th Mar – Milton Keynes The Venue – http://bit.ly/2FXjxvn

15th Mar – Sheffield Library Theatre – http://bit.ly/2EWxgks

16th Mar – Chesterfield Winding Wheel – http://bit.ly/2rqAo6f

22nd Mar – Exeter Barnfield Theatre – http://bit.ly/2DQfn7H

 

4th April – Ilkley Kings Hall – http://bit.ly/2DrD35p

8th April – London Arts Theatre – http://bit.ly/1QTDM9E

12th April – Aberdeen Arts Centre – http://bit.ly/2ro0bMJ

13th April – Aberdeen Arts Centre – http://bit.ly/2ro0bMJ

22nd April – Clacton West Cliff Theatre – http://bit.ly/2DyiO5u