Tony Benedict Tour Dates

Tony started his professional career in a big way. In 2002, he became resident singer with The Blackpool Tower Big Band, under the guidance of it's musical director Greg Francis. Together, they presented a tribute to the music of Frank Sinatra. The following year, they started a new show at the Blackpool Tower - The Kings of Swing. Since that time, Tony has established himself as the leading exponent of the music of Bobby Darin, and has appeared with many and various Big Bands and Orchestras.

Tony Benedict tour dates listed on Ents24.com since Mar 2005.

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for Tony Benedict. Were you there?

  • Tony Benedict Lynn Kennedy, The Greg Francis Swing Orchestra
    Nantwich, Nantwich Civic Hall
  • Tony Benedict Lynn Kennedy, The Greg Francis Swing Orchestra
    Tamworth, Tamworth Assembly Rooms
  • Bobby Darin Songbook Show Tony Benedict, The Greg Francis Swing Orchestra
    Weston-super-Mare, Pontins Sand Bay Holiday Park
  • Bernie Clifton's Family Laughter Show Bernie Clifton, , The North Pier Orchestra, Tony Benedict, Lynn Kennedy…
    Blackpool, North Pier Theatre
  • Tony Benedict
    Preston, The Steakout
  • The Kings Of Swing Tony Benedict, Paul Pashley, Mark Porter, Lynn Kennedy
    Blackpool, Grand Theatre
  • B Festival Adrian Catch, Andy Drew, Blind Kings, Bob On, Clare Stokes…
    Nr Blackpool, Ream Hills Farm
  • Tony Benedict The Greg Francis Orchestra
    Blackpool, The Sands Venue
  • The National Concert Orchestra of Great Britain Tony Benedict, Lynn Kennedy
    Birmingham, The Alexandra Theatre
  • The National Concert Orchestra of Great Britain Tony Benedict, Lynn Kennedy
    Liverpool, Liverpool Empire Theatre