Britain's Got Talent winners to support Cliff at Harewood House
8:02am 20th March 2017
(Updated 2:43pm 20th March 2017)
Musical theatre group Collabro will support Cliff Richard when he performs at Harewood House this summer.
The band will join the music legend as he tours a number of castles and historic locations for a series of fully seated outdoor concerts.
Collabro first rose to prominence when they won Britain's Got Talent in 2014.
Since then, they have released a Number 1 debut album 'Stars' and have recently released their third studio album 'Home'.
The band is made up of Jamie Lambert, Michael Auger, Matthew Pagan and Thomas Redgrave.
Speaking about the tour, they said: "Cliff Richard is a true music legend and we are thoroughly honoured to be given this opportunity to support him on tour.
"The venues for the Just Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll Tour are absolutely magnificent and we will look forward to what is sure to be a fantastic couple of weeks on the road with a music icon."
The Just Fabulous Rock 'n' Roll Tour celebrates the release of Cliff's 102nd album.
The tour dates in full are:
Saturday 17th - Eastnor Castle, Herefordshire
Sunday 18th - Stansted Park, Hampshire
Wednesday 21st - Walcot Hall, Shropshire
Thursday 22nd - Catton Hall, Derbyshire
Saturday 24th - Lincoln Castle, Lincolnshire
Sunday 25th - Euston Hall, Suffolk
Wednesday 28th - Harewood House, Leeds
Thursday 29th - Open Air Theatre, Scarborough
Saturday 1st - Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich London
Sunday 2nd - Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich London
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