Michael Bublé announces fully seated Croke Park concert for next summer

Alfred Osborne
November 13, 2017

It's the first summer 2018 gig announced for Croker and "the undisputed king of cool's" only show in Ireland for the year.

It's the news many fans have been waiting for, the Canadian crooner will play Croke Park on Saturday July 7, 2018.

Michael Bublé, 42, has been unveiled as the latest headliner for the British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park scheduled for 13 July, 2018.

Tickets for Bublé's Croke Park gig go on sale this Friday November 17 at 9am from Ticketmaster.ie and all Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.

The fully seated concert will be the Grammy Award winner's only Irish show next year.

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The shows will be his first in the United Kingdom and Ireland after the singer put his career on hold when his son was diagnosed with cancer.

The Haven't Met You Yet singer pulled out of hosting the annual Brit Awards ceremony soon after the announcement.

Back in April, Michael's wife Luisana Lopilato revealed their son was doing well after receiving treatment in his battle with the disease.

He's sold over 30 million albums worldwide, including the likes of It's Time, Call Me Irresponsible and Crazy Love, and is best known for hit singles like "Home", "Haven't Met You Yet". and his covers of Frank Sinatra classics. We are looking forward to thinking about the future, to seeing our children grow.

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