Driesen plays the lead role of Frankie Valli, where the remarkable true story of four New Jersey boys becoming one of the most successful bands in pop history is brought to life on the West End stage.
The multi-award winning show, which has brought home Tony, Olivier and Grammy trophies, has already been seen by 19 million people worldwide and is already known for being one of the West End’s longest running shows.
Originally slated to run beginning 14 March, the tour set to continue until August 2015, with more dates soon to be announced.
The tour will open at the Palace Theatre, Manchester beginning 4 September to 4 October and will go to Edinburgh Stoke, Hull, Sunderland and Birmingham, led by the original Broadway creative team.
Jersey Boys is written by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice with Des McAnuff at the helm for direction and Sergio Trujillo for choreography.