Grammy Award-winner Bublé coming to the Palace of Auburn Hills

By Derick Hutchinson, ClickOnDetroit.com
Published On: May 09 2013 11:07:57 AM EDT
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -

Grammy Award-winning artist Michael Bublé is playing at The Palace of Auburn Hills for one night only on Sept.17.

Tickets go on sale Friday, May 17, at 10 a.m. on Ticketmaster.

Bublé is currently touring in support of his new #1 selling release “To Be Loved.”

He has been called “one of the most likeable performers on Earth,” selling out his previous Crazy Love Tour in 80 U.S. cities and playing in front of over two million fans worldwide.

Highlights of Bublé’s stage show include, “It’s A Beautiful Day,” “Haven’t Met You Yet,” “Home,” and “Everything.”

The show also includes Bublé’s own versions of classics like “You Make Me Feel So Young,” “Young at Heart,” and “You’re Nobody ‘til Somebody Loves You.”

“I’m very excited to get back on the road and perform for my fans,” Bublé said. “It’s been awhile but we’re rested up and ready to have a big party on stage every night.”

Bublé has already sold out 10 nights at the 17,000 capacity 02 Arena in London beginning June 30 and 5 nights at the 02 in Dublin beginning July 15.

“To Be Loved” is Bublé’s fourth consecutive No. 1 album.

The multi-Grammy winning artist has had global sales of 45 million albums in the course of his extraordinary decade-long career.

Bublé’s last CD, the multi-platinum “Christmas,” was the second biggest-selling album of 2011 following Adele.

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