Michael Buble to make stage return after son's illness


The 42-year-old Canadian singer announced Monday on social media that he will perform at two concerts in July 2018.

Michael Bublé will headline the British Summer Time festival at London's Hyde Park on Friday 13 Jul 2018. "This will be Michael's only United Kingdom show in 2018, so you won't want to miss it".

Announcing his Hyde Park show, Buble said: "I can't wait to come over to see my fans in London". "This will be Michael's ONLY IRE show in 2018".

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Tickets are set to go on general sale from Friday 17th November at 9AM, ranging from £67.95 for general admission to £229.95 for entry to the Diamond Circle.

Michael Bublé is returning to the stage for the first time since taking a break from music to focus on his 4-year-old son, Noah, and his battle with cancer.

"Thank God, my son is well", she told a press conference in Argentina, while noting that Noah still had a long way to go. We are looking forward to thinking about the future, to seeing our children grow.

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

Michael also has 21-month-old son Elias with wife Luisana Lopilato.

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