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9 July 2021 – Powderham Castle, Exeter
13 July 2021 – Harewood House, Leeds
15 July 2021 – Blickling Estate, Norfolk
16 July 2021 – Royal Crescent, Bath
17 July 2021 – Royal Crescent, Bath
19 July 2021 – The 1st Central County Ground, Hove
20 July 2021 – The Incora County Ground, Derby
22 July 2021 – Cardiff Castle, Cardiff
23 July 2021 – Warwick Castle, Warwick
25 July 2021 – Hatfield House, Hatfield
27 July 2021 – Emirates Riverside, Durham
Canadian superstar singer Michael Bublé has confirmed he’ll be returning to the UK next summer for his An Evening With Michael Bublé tour.
Currently playing sold out shows across the UK, he’ll return for a run of outdoor concerts next year with performances in Bath, Hatfield, Norfolk, Derby, Warwick, Durham, Leeds, Exeter, Cardiff and Hove.
Bublé is beloved the world over. Not only do fans adore his smooth vocals, but they’re quickly won over by his humour and friendliness. Often known to walk through the crowd and toward the back even in large stadium venues, he connects with audiences like no other performer.
Since releasing his debut album BaBalu in 2001, Bublé has sold over 60 million records, won four Grammys and completed six sold-out world tours. He’s released nine studio albums including 2009’s massive-selling Crazy Love featuring the hit Haven’t Met You Yet inspired by his then-fiancée, now-wife Luisana Lopilato.
Bublé became a global megastar with 2011’s Christmas which rose to the top of the charts in more than 20 countries.
His 10th album Love (styled as a heart emoji) was released in November 2018. On the same day it came out, he received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Watch the video for Forever Now, taken from his recent album below:
In addition to his music, Bublé has been active supporter of numerous charitable causes. He’s either helped raise funds or contributed to organisations including Keep Memory Alive and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health, Nordoff Robins and the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, among others.
Last year he made a humorous and very touching appearance on James Corden’s special Carpool Karaoke for Stand Up to Cancer.
Bublé only recently returned to the stage after putting his career on hold when his eldest son was diagnosed with liver cancer. The newly announced dates follow a December 2019 headline arena tour, including sold out stops at Manchester Arena and The O2 in London.
Michael Bublé will bring his An Evening With Michael Bublé tour to venues across the UK in summer 2020.
Here are the dates:
24 July 2020 – Royal Crescent, Bath
25 July 2020 – Hatfield House, Hatfield
28 July 2020 – Blickling Estate, Norfolk
29 July 2020 – The Pattonair County Ground, Derby
31 July 2020 – Warwick Castle, Warwick
1 August 2020 – Emirates Riverside, Durham
2 August 2020 – Harewood House, Leeds
4 August 2020 – Powderham Castle, Exeter
5 August 2020 – Cardiff Castle, Cardiff
7 August 2020 – The 1st Central County Ground, Hove
Tickets for Michael Bublé’s new 2020 tour dates will be available from 9:00 on Friday 6 December 2019 through Ticketmaster.co.uk