Hollywood Pantages Theatre | Los Angeles, California
The Pantages Theatre will be filled with great music and holiday cheers this December as the iconic live performer, and multi-platinum best-selling artist Harry Connick, Jr. brings his "A Holiday Celebration 2022 Tour" to the famous Los Angeles venue. The GRAMMY and Emmy Award-winning musician will take center stage on December 15-17 for a three-night concert event filled with iconic holiday tunes and Christmas classics that will ultimately delight audiences. If you want to hear Connick's fan-favorite songs, such as "(It Must've Been Ol') Santa Claus" and "When My Heart Finds Christmas," grab your tickets as early as today because these will likely sell out real soon. Click on the "Get Tickets" link to reserve tickets for his first night on December 15. Grab yours now!
Harry Connick, Jr. is a pianist, singer, actor, and tv host. He is best known for his extensive contributions as a jazz musician. "With his swinging piano skills and warm baritone vocals, Harry Connick, Jr. helped bring New Orleans stride, jazz, and traditional pop back into the mainstream, an achievement that brought him celebrity and fame beyond music," Matt Collar wrote. He is a Grammy and Emmy Award winner and has received Tony nominations for his Broadway work. With 16 million sales, he is among the top-selling male artists. More number-one albums have been awarded to him than any other jazz artist in US history, including seven top 20 albums.
A music prodigy, he was already playing with an orchestra at the age of 9. His skill was further honed as he grew older, studying at the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts. His first taste of fame happened when his song became the soundtrack of the 1989 movie "When Harry Met Sally." He earned his first Grammy win for the soundtrack. His music broadened during the 90s, dabbling in the funk genre. Later on, he went back to recording jazz. In the early 2000s, he debuted on Broadway and was well-received there.
Come see Harry Connick Jr. at the Pantages Theatre on Thursday, December 15. Mark your calendars and reserve tickets now!