He'll be headlining the venue's Armed Forces Day.
Alfie Boe will be headlining a special night at Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre to round off their Arms Forces Day concert on Saturday 30 June 2018.
His exceptional voice has placed him as one of the UK’s most celebrated vocalists in the world of pop, classical and theatre.
He’s starred in West End musicals including Les Misérables (he also reprised his role as Jean Valjean on Broadway) and in Carousel at the London Coliseum last year.
Earlier this year Alfie Boe was also part of the BBC’s 100th anniversary special to mark the Battle of Passchendaele.
No stranger to huge arena and outdoor concerts, Alfie will celebrating his vast career, as well as his two album’s alongside frequent collaborator and friends Michael Ball.
Ball and Boe will also be stopping off a the Scarborough Open Air Theatre as part of their UK tour.
The pair followed up their Together album with Together Against, topping the UK Album Chart this October.
“I love playing at Scarborough OAT, the crowds are always so warm and really up for a good night,” Alfie Boe announces. “The fact this is Armed Forces Day will make the occasion extra special.
“This summer’s show there with Michael was played in some horrendous weather conditions. The rain really was something else that night, but the crowd were simply fantastic. Neither Michael or myself will ever forget that night.
“I now can’t wait to bring my own show back to Scarborough – hopefully this time in the bright Yorkshire sunshine! I will be performing some new material alongside plenty of the songs the fans know and love.”
He’ll take to the Scarborough Open Air Theatre for a solo headline performance on Saturday 30 June 2018.
Tickets for Alfie Boe will be available from 1 December 2017 at 9:00 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.