MICHAEL BUBLE announces March 2014 dates in Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham - Tix on sale Friday

Michael Bublé


“As perfect an arena spectacle as you could hope to see.” – Daily Telegraph

“A masterclass in showbiz intimacy.” – Financial Times

After selling all 150,000+ tickets for his sensational ten-date residency at London’s O2 earlier this summer, Michael Bublé can now announce details of his return to the UK as he takes his live experience to Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham.

Michael Bublé is still riding high in the charts with the ongoing success of his current album ‘To Be Loved’ –the album was his first to go straight to #1 in the UK with first week sales of 120,000 and passed the 200,000 mark just three weeks later. The album has also topped the charts in numerous other nations including the USA and his homeland of Canada with worldwide sales in excess of 2 million.

Michael’s new tour dates are:

MARCH 2014

1st / 2nd / 4th – Manchester, Phones 4U Arena
8th / 9th – Glasgow, The Hydro
12th / 13th – Birmingham, NIA

Tickets go on sale from 9am on Friday September 20th. They’ll be available from, priced at £75, £60 and £50 (subject to per-ticket charge plus order processing fee).

‘To Be Loved’ is Michael Bublé’s sixth studio album following his ‘Christmas’ album which sold seven million copies internationally and was the second biggest selling album of  2011 after Adele. The album was produced by Bob Rock and recorded in Vancouver and Los Angeles. It includes a mix of standards as well as four original songs all co-written by Bublé including ‘After All’, which was co-written and performed by fellow Canadian Bryan Adams

The album also includes hits previously recorded by some of Buble’s musical heroes including the Bee Gees hit ‘To Love Somebody’,  Dean Martin’s ‘Nevertheless (I’m In Love With You)’, the Jackson 5 early ‘70s smash ‘Who’s Loving You’, Jackie Wilson’sTo Be Loved’ and the Elvis Presley classic ‘Have I Told You Lately’Bublé is joined by actress Reese Witherspoon on the classic Frank and Nancy Sinatra duet ‘Something Stupid’.

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