Concert announcement: Michael Bublé returns to Rogers Place Oct. 5


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Raise a glass, Bublé’s back!

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The Grammy-winning BC-born entertainer deluxe returns to Rogers Place 8 pm Oct. 5 on an 11-stop Canadian tour, including Calgary’s Saddledome the night before.

His new tour is named after his most recent album Higher. His last of him was a giant umbrella covering more than 25 countries, including 61 sold-out American shows and a collective audience of some 800,000 happy fans.

The son of a Burnaby fisherman, Bublé dreamed of being a singer since he was two, and was on the X-Files as a submarine crewman in 1996. The now-46-year-old released his debut album, BaBalu, in 2001, and has since sold some 75 million records worldwide with 11 albums full of pop standards, jazz and R&B. Some of his more popular songs include How Deep Is Your Love, Everything, Save the Last Dance for Me and It’s a Beautiful Day, but this singer’s also known for his love of Christmas music.

The Canadian-Italian dual citizen, also huge in the UK has won four Grammys and a number of Junos through the years.

Tickets for the complete Bublé experience go on sale to the general public 10 am Friday with pre-sales starting 10 am Tuesday at ticketmaster.ca.


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