TORONTO — Canadian crooner Michael Bublé is coming home next summer for concerts in eight cities.
The 38-year-old B.C. native will play Vancouver’s Rogers Arena on June 19 followed by shows in Edmonton (June 22), Calgary (June 23), Winnipeg (June 25), Toronto (June 28), London (June 30), Ottawa (July 2) and Montreal (July 4).
Bublé and his wife Luisana Lopilato welcomed son Noah on Aug. 27 in Vancouver.
“It will be impossible for him to grow up in a ‘normal’ way because he will travel on jets, dine in fancy restaurants and meet famous people,” the singer has said.
“But what Lu and I have in common is that we were both raised by families who are very down to earth. So I think him being around people like my mother and father and Lu’s mother and father will bring a sense of normality.”
Bublé’s latest album is To Be Loved. He has two nominations for the upcoming People’s Choice Awards.
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