FANS of Frank Sinatra and Michael Bublé can see 'the concert that never was’ as tribute acts come to Colchester on their UK tour.

A stellar cast perform the artists’ biggest hits, backed by the Capitol Swing Orchestra, which features musicians on Michael Bublé’s 2022 album Higher.

Luke Hingley plays the award-winning Michael Bublé - seen and approved by Bublé himself - and Essex’s own Kevin Fitzsimmons is a “flawless must-see Sinatra”.

David Marsh, of Colchester Events said: “We can’t wait to welcome audiences to this thrilling tribute musical that’s been wowing fans of Bublé and Sinatra on its UK tour.

“We’d urge all fans of swing to get their tickets fast … and let the showdown begin!”

Fans can enjoy many of Bublé’s smash hits, such as Haven’t Met You Yet, It’s a Beautiful Day, Save the Last Dance For Me and more.

Sinatra’s famous swing winners such as Fly Me to the Moon, Strangers in the Night and Chicago will also feature.

Feeling good- Luke Hingley has around a decade of experience performing as Michael Bublé.Feeling good- Luke Hingley has around a decade of experience performing as Michael Bublé. (Image: Submitted)

Known as Luke Does Bublé, Luke has been a tribute act for about ten years.

After seeing a video of Luke on social media, Bublé said: “There are times I thought it was me!”

The Canadian singer and songwriter has sold more than 75 million records worldwide and won numerous awards, including five Grammys.

Sinatra is regarded as one of the biggest popular entertainers of the mid 20th Century and is among the world’s best-selling music artists.

London and Essex-based Kevin Fitzsimmons has performed swing and jazz at an illustrious variety of venues, ranging from world-class hotels, product launches and promotional events, and for a lengthy list of celebrity clients.

Kevin also has a separate career on the UK jazz scene, performing his own vocal improvisations and jazz arrangements in prestigious venues such as Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club.

‘Bublé Meets Sinatra: The Showdown’ takes place at Charter Hall, Cowdray Avenue, on Friday, June 14.

The show runs from 7.30pm to 10pm with doors opening at 6.30pm. Tickets are £29.