Michael Buble extends UK tour to Birmingham
Updated: 30 September 2014
Birmingham get ready for the Bubes!
Michael Buble will now start his UK tour with two shows at Birmingham’s NIA on 2 and 3 December 2014.
The Canadian crooner will then play multiple dates in Newcastle, Leeds and Belfast before wrapping up the winter tour with a duo of shows at London’s The O2 arena.
The tour in support of eighth studio album, To Be Loved, that includes ten covers such as Somethin’ Stupid and four original compositions including the lead single It’s Beautiful Day. Michael Buble will treat fans to new and old tracks including the firm favourite Haven’t Met You Yet.
Michael Buble to play additional Newcastle and Leeds shows
Updated: 4 March 2014
Michael Buble has added two additional shows to his UK tour that will take place in December.
He will now perform at Newcastle’s Metro Radio Arena on 5 and 6 December 2014 and Leeds’ First Direct Arena on 8 and 9 December 2014. Michael Buble’s tour ends with two dates at The O2 in London on 15 and 16 December 2014.
Michael Buble tickets and full tour details can be found below.
Michael Buble tickets
Updated: 3 April 2014
Michael Buble will return to the UK in December 2014 with shows in London, Leeds, Newcastle and Belfast.
The dates are part of his world tour that originally started in the UK with a residency at London’s The O2. Michael Buble tickets sold out for the shows. He released To Be Loved, his eighth studio album, in 2013.
Since announcing his UK return, two additional dates have been added to his tour in Belfast. Michael Buble will now perform at the Odyssey Arena on the 11, 12 and 13 December 2014.
About Michael Buble
The Canadian jazz and swing singer has released eight studio albums, won numerous awards, including four Grammy Awards and several Juno Awards, and toured the world earning him star status.
Before Michael Buble became known to the mainstream he produced several independent albums including BaBalu and Dream. He later rerecorded the track Dream for 2007’s Call Me Irresponsible.
He then caught the attention of Grammy-winning producer David Foster, who owns the label 143 Records. However, David was hesitant to sign the star, initially, as it could be difficult to market Buble’s style of music.
Despite this, Michael Buble released his first album with David Foster in 2003. The self-titled album contained Michael Buble’s take on classics including Fever, The Way You Look Tonight and For Once In My Life. It was released through 143 Records/Reprise Records and became a Top 10 in Canada and the UK.
He followed up his first album with 2005’s It’s Time and he soon found worldwide fame with his jazz inspired albums. 2007’s Call Me Irresponsible landed Michael Buble No.1’s in the UK, America, Canada, Australia and several other European countries.
Michael Buble released Crazy Love in 2009 along with a Christmas album in 2011, titled Christmas.
His latest album, To Be Loved, was released in the UK in April 2013 and spent two weeks at No.1 on the UK Official Albums Chart. The album contains a mixture of covers and originals. The album’s first single, It’s A Beautiful Day, is one of the four songs written by Michael Buble and his team of writers including Alan Chang and Amy Foster.
Along with his success as a recording artist, Michael Buble has proved that he’s not to be missed in concert. He’s known for his stunning live performances mixed with his warm humour and charm.
Michael Buble is currently on his fifth concert tour, To Be Loved, which is in support of his album of the same name. The world tour started with a residency at London's The O2 in 2013, where Michael Buble tickets sold out.