Global megastar Michael Bublé has today (October 18th) announced his long-awaited return to the U.K. with ‘Higher’ next spring, his first nationwide arena tour in more than FOUR years!
Produced by TEG Live Europe, and scheduled to kick off at London’s The O2 on Saturday, March 26th 2023, the tour will see Bublé perform his “most-loved hits and the greatest tracks from his phenomenal career”, alongside songs from his No.1 album ‘Higher’, released earlier this year.
Described as being a “charismatic, intimate show” that fans won’t forget, the multi-Grammy winning recording artist will also visit Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Newcastle and Nottingham, before wrapping up proceedings with an extra special show at Birmingham’s Resorts World Arena.
In a press release announcing news of the tour, which is set to take place 20 years after the release of his self-titled debut album, Michael says: “I can’t wait to be back in arenas across the UK – it’s going to be true arena spectacle! I’m so excited for people to experience it! A lot of my fans have been part of my journey for the past 20 years, so to celebrate this milestone with everyone together is going to be extra special. I just want to connect to them, take them away, spread some goodness. That’s it!”
CHECK OUT THE DATES IN FULL BELOW:
SAT 26 MARCH LONDON, The O2
FRI 21 APRIL MANCHESTER, AO Arena
MON 24 APRIL LEEDS, First Direct Arena
THU 27 APRIL GLASGOW, OVO Hydro
SAT 29 APRIL ABERDEEN, P&J Arena
MON 01 MAY NEWCASTLE, Utilita Arena
SUN 07 MAY NOTTINGHAM, Motorpoint Arena
WEDS 10 MAY BIRMINGHAM, Resorts World Arena
Higher (Official Music Video)
Next year’s shows follow Michael Bublé’s sold-out global two-year tour, which saw him join ‘The O2’s 21 Club’ in 2019 as one of only FIVE musicians to have performed at the venue more than 21 times – a record only achieved by Prince, One Direction, Take That and Drake.
The international ‘Higher Tour’ kicked off in the US in August 2022 to critical-acclaim and will visit Canada and Australia before coming to the UK in 2023 for its European leg.