Michael Bublé at the Videotron Centre in Quebec

Michael Bublé at the Videotron Centre in Quebec

Michael Bublé at the Videotron Centre in Quebec

Hide your wife! The last of the crooners is coming to town as Michael Bublé at the Vidéotron Centre will be presented on August 3, 2019.

You can stop searching! The perfect gift to give to the beloved is undoubtedly tickets for the concert of Michael Bublé at the Videotron centre in Quebec City on August 3, 2019. After rumors of early retirement, denied by his management team, the artist from Burnaby in British Columbia launches its 10th studio album Love and will be available November 16th.


The tour, whose name Do not Believe the Rumors, is certainly a nod to the tabloids who falsely announced the end of his career. Well done Michael.


Although the concert will be presented in early May, you will certainly be able to hear some of these holiday classics at Michael Bublé’s concert at the Videotron Centre in Quebec City. Tickets will go on sale Monday, November 19, 2018 starting at  10 AM on the Videotron Centre website.

Although he has had success with classic covers such as Bee Gees’ How Can You Mend a Broken Heart and Nina Simone’s Feelin ‘Good, his biggest hit is the first single from his sixth studio album Crazy Love, Haven’ t Met You Yet. It is during the making of the video of this song that Bublé meets his soul mate, actress and singer Argentina Luisana Lopilato, who plays the role of the singer’s crush. Fiction has come to reality and they got married in 2011 and have just welcomed their third child.


Michael Bublé is also known worldwide for his Christmas album, simply titled Christmas, which was released in 2011. It mainly contains covers of classics such as White Christmas (Irving Berlin), which he performs in duet with another well-known Canadian artist Shania Twain, (link to blog) All I Want for Christmas is You (Mariah Carey) and Jingle Bells (James Lord Pierpont). The only original song composed by Bublé is Cold December Night. To date, the album has sold more than 10 million copies worldwide.

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