Published: 06:20, 15 September 2021
| Updated: 08:27, 15 September 2021
Singer Sir Tom Jones and his fellow The Voice judge will play the same stage in the county this weekend.
The pair will play consecutive nights at the Hop Farm Family Park at Beltring, Paddock Wood.
Olly will be performing some of his biggest hits, including tracks from his recently certified triple platinum album Never Been Better, on Saturday, September 18.
He will be joined by singer HRVY as a special guest.
The 22-year-old former student at the Leigh Academy in Dartford, who released his debut single Thank You at the age of 15 and appeared on last year's Strictly, said: “I’m buzzing to be joining Olly Murs in Kent this summer. Having grown up in Kent, getting on stage with a legend like Olly Murs is what dreams were made of.
"Hopefully I’ll have a few friends who will pop along to support me.”
Tom Jones had originally planned to celebrate his 80th birthday with a tour before the pandemic, but after two postponements, he will now play at the Hop Farm on Sunday, September 19.
Sir Tom said: “After such a tough year for us all I’m delighted that I will be able to get back on stage and perform for you all this summer. We’re going to have one heck of a party."
He will come to the county fresh from releasing his new album, Surrounded By Time, which is the first he has recorded in his native Wales.
Guest star for the evening with Tom will be Megan McKenna.