Jason Allan Has Been Announced As Support Act For The Hara’s Only Young Tour

Announced on 6 September 2017, by The Hara; Jason Allan has been confirmed for the six-date tour in the UK. This is officially his first UK tour, he has built up his career from busking on the streets to now supporting The Hara up and down the country in October.

Over the years he has gained many loyal and dedicated fans by promoting himself online, through social media, whilst also performing at one-off gigs. We recently watched him perform at Elite Showcase, where he ended the gig with amazing vocals and emotional original songs.

He has recently been working in the studio, creating more original songs, that he can’t wait to perform on The Hara’s Only Young Tour. We agree that he will be a brilliant addition to the tour.

The Hara is a fairly new three-piece band consisting of Josh Taylor, Zack Breen, and Jack Kennedy. They have received support from BBC Introducing Lancashire, who played their song “Simplify”.

Jason Allan wasn’t the first support act announced, Glasgow pop band Single By Sunday was announced on the 3 September 2017.

The Only Young Tour consists of six dates, starting on 1 October in Glasgow and finishing on 29 October in Manchester. The tour has been created by Alstar Music. You can grab tickets from their official website.

The Tour Dates:

1 October – Glasgow
8 October – Liverpool
15 October – London
25 October – Newcastle
28 October – Birmingham
29 October – Manchester

Make sure you don’t miss this tour as the line-up is pretty impressive already. Are you excited for The Hara’s Only Young Tour? Tell us all your thoughts on Jason Allan being the support act on Twitter @CelebMix.

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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