Michael Buble to kick off Canadian leg of tour in Vancouver

Michael Buble to kick off Canadian leg of tour in Vancouver
Michael Buble tour to hit Canada, starting in Vancouver
Host Michael Buble is shown on stage at the Juno Awards in Vancouver, Sunday, March, 25, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

TORONTO — Jazz crooner Michael Buble has announced new tour dates that will hit several Canadian cities next year.

Tickets will be available for purchase on November 19, and every full-priced ticket purchased for the tour includes a standard CD or digital copy of Michaels highly anticipated new album Love.

The North American leg of his tour will kick off in Tampa, Fla., on Feb. 13 and go through parts of the U.S. before landing in his hometown of Vancouver on April 12.

This past August, Bublé returned to the stage after a lengthy absence and the singer is thrilled to return to his roots in Vancouver, as part of his 11-city cross-country tour.

The four-time Grammy Award winner will release his new album, which simply has a heart emoji as its title, on Nov. 16.

His website says every full-priced ticket purchased for the tour includes a standard CD or digital copy of the new album.

It’s a beautiful day as Canadian crooner and 12-time JUNO Award winner, Michael Bublé is coming Home this spring, as part of his 2019 Canadian tour.

Jazz crooner Michael Buble has announced new tour dates that will hit several Canadian cities next year.

When: Friday, April 12 Time: Doors open at 7 pm, concert begins at 8 pm Where: Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena Price: Tickets range from $69, $99 and $189

The North American leg of his tour will kick off in Tampa, Fla., on Feb. 13 and go through parts of the U.S. before landing in his hometown of Vancouver on April 12.

The tour will kick off in Bublés hometown of Vancouver, BC on Friday, April 12 and will wrap in Quebec on Saturday, August 3.

The four-time Grammy Award winner will release his new album, which simply has a heart emoji as its title, on Nov. 16.

His website says every full-priced ticket purchased for the tour includes a standard CD or digital copy of the new album.

It is a priority for CBC to create a website that is accessible to all Canadians including people with visual, hearing, motor and cognitive challenges.