Michael Bublé Returns To Serenade Aussie Fans Next Year February

Thursday 30 May 2019

Michael Bublé Returns To Serenade Aussie Fans Next Year February

Global superstar Michael Bublé is making a five-city stop to Australia next year February as part of his 'An Evening With Michael Bublé' world tour. Accompanied by a 36-piece orchestra, he will launch the Aussie leg at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre (two shows), before heading his way to Sydney's Qudos Bank Arena (two shows), Adelaide Entertainment Centre (two shows) and Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena (three shows). Perth's RAC Arena will see the final pair of shows.

The tour is in support of Bublé's 10th and latest studio album called 'Love' (stylised as ♥), which has achieved Gold status in Australia since it hit #2 on the ARIA Albums Chart in its November 2018 debut. The jazz singer will be performing songs from the album as well as all his biggest hits. "I'm really excited to be heading back on tour and to play for Australian audiences again," he said. "It's been six years since my last Australian tour and so much has happened in that time. I can't wait to sing some of my all-time favourites and to share my new songs and stories."

Bublé received high praises for one-off show in Sydney in late last year when he performed to mark the closure of Allianz Stadium. The Sydney Morning Herald praised a performer "who holds the audience in the palm of his hand" and whose "soaring vocals absolutely knock it out of the park", while the Daily Telegraph admired Bublé's success at "wrapping his golden tonsils around some of the most iconic songs of pop history."

Recent reviews from Bublé's return to the world stage this year said:

"Michael Bublé dazzles arena crowd with classic songs, raw emotion." - Post Gazette

"His lustrous lyric baritone, as affable and magnetic as his punchy, droll personality—was in fine form throughout." - Dallas Observer

"He danced. He laughed. He skittered down the stairs to get closer to the fans ringing the catwalk. He acted, as he had throughout the show, like a man genuinely grateful to be back on stage." - www.ajc.com

"He joked about the lavish expense of the 36 musicians behind him saying, "I know my manager looks at me, and looks at Ed Sheeran, and says "What an a-hole"." - Post Gazette

An Australian favourite, Bublé has achieved five number one albums in the country which includes 2013's 'To Be Loved', 2011's 'Christmas', 2009's 'Crazy Love', 2007's 'Call Me Irresponsible' and 2003's 'Michael Bublé'. He has also had eight top five albums here, not to mention his Christmas album has sold over one million copies.

Book your tickets fast to Michael Bublé's shows next year or you'll cry a river!

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