Monday 28 September 2020

Michael Bublé is performing two concerts in the Cotswolds this summer

Global music megastar Michael Bublé is playing two open-air concerts in the Cotswolds this summer, at the historic Royal Crescent in Bath, with tickets on sale now.

The Grammy-award winning singing sensation Michael Bublé will be bringing live music to the stunning Royal Crescent in Bath in the summer of 2020, with a second date added due to demand.

The closest the national ‘An Evening with Michael Bublé’ tour will be coming to Gloucestershire, local Bublé fans have two opportunities to catch the smooth crooner in the Cotswolds on Friday 24 and Saturday 25 July 2020.

Taking place in one of Britain’s most recognisable landmarks, the concerts will be staged on the private lawns of the Royal Crescent, against the iconic backdrop of 30 Grade I Listed terrace houses – with Michael Bublé’s shows the only performed at the Royal Crescent since The Three Tenors performed in 2003.

According to organisers, the open-air events are ‘set to be some of the most vocally and visually stunning concert shows of 2020’ with a chance to experience ‘world-class showmanship with the impressive grandeur of magnificent venues, for an unforgettable musical experience’.

In addition to the two Bath concert dates, Gloucestershire fans can also see Michael Bublé at nearby Warwick Castle, with a concert at Cardiff Castle also a reasonably close distance too.

With six sold-out world tours, four Grammy Awards and over 60 million records sold over the course of his career, the Michael Bublé dates in Bath are expected to sell-out quickly.

Tickets cost £79.50 for general admission or £192.50 for gold circle admission, visit ticketmaster.co.uk for more information and to book.

© SoGlos
Friday 06 December 2019

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