As buzz around his 2023 Higher tour grows, we share how much are Michael Buble tickets, so you're prepared for the general release sale.
He's the charming Canadian singer with cross-generational appeal, known for belting out jazzy blockbuster hits 'Feeling Good' 'Cry me a River' and 'Haven't Met You Yet'. And now fans of the star have a chance to catch him live in concert again for 2023, thanks to the announcement of his Higher UK tour dates.
As is the case with Lewis Capaldi tickets, Arctic Monkey tickets and the upcoming chance to grab Beyoncé tickets, people are seeking information on ticket prices and the show itself. So we've shared what we know about the set list and support act so far, plus the all important details on where to buy Michael Buble tickets.
How much are Michael Buble tickets?
Tickets for Michael Buble's Higher tour start at £64.70 for standard seating, going up to £103.90 for a more premium ticket. These prices do not include the 10% booking fee charge and service fee (£1.50), which will be added on top of your original ticket cost.
According to Ticketek, it's seating only for the upcoming Michael Buble's concert dates and there are three tiers to choose from:
Michael brings his highly anticipated #MBHigherTour across the UK for 8 spectacular shows that will kick off at London’s iconic O2 Arena on March 26, 2023! Tickets on sale this Friday at 9am! Details at: https://t.co/ur2F0nKOFG pic.twitter.com/pjkql5t2SvOctober 18, 2022
When do Michael Buble tickets go on sale?
Michael Bublé tickets go on general sale to the public at 9am on Friday 21 October via Ticketmaster.
A lucky few fans who have links to Three, O2 Priority and Ticketek were able to snap up presale tickets this Wednesday and Thursday before general release. But rest assured there's plenty of tickets left to still secure.
Michael's Higher tour has already kicked off elsewhere in the world, with the 47-year-old currently delighting fans on the American and Canadian leg of the tour. Some have taken to social media to praise the Canadian singer and his show, so it seems that those who do get tickets for the UK leg are in for a treat.
Perfect Friday night with @MichaelBuble at the @CdnTireCtr - he never disappoints. A great show…every…single…time. ❤️❤️ #MBHigherTour pic.twitter.com/Oe7HUjpOLKOctober 15, 2022
Michael Buble 2023 tour dates - UK & Ireland
- Sunday 26 March 2023 – London, The O2
- Friday 21 April 2023 – Manchester, AO Arena
- Monday 24 April 2023 – Leeds, First Direct Arena
- Thursday 27 April 2023 – Glasgow, SSE Hydro
- Saturday 29 April 2023 – Aberdeen, P&J Arena
- Monday 1 May 2023 – Newcastle, Utilita Arena
- Sunday 7 May 2023 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
- Wednesday 10 May 2023 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
- Saturday 13 May 2023 – Dublin, 3Arena
- Sunday 14 May 2023 – Dublin, 3Arena
Who is supporting Michael Buble on Higher Tour 2023?
To date it's not been confirmed if or who will be supporting Michael Buble on the UK and Ireland leg of his Higher Tour. However, according to one reviewer on Songkick, it was Naturally 7 who supported Buble at his Ottawa tour dates.
"Naturally 7, which was the opening act for the Michael Bublé concert here in Ottawa last nite, was PHENOMENAL!!!!!! By far the best opening act I have ever seen," wrote one satisifed fan.
According to Naturally 7's official site they are an American music group with a distinct a cappella style they call "vocal play". This says group leader Roger Thomas, is "the art of becoming an instrument using the human voice to create the sound".
Michael Buble: Higher Tour set list
- Feeling Good
- Haven’t Met You Yet
- Such a Night
- When You’re Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You)
- To Love Somebody
- Hold On
- I’ll Never Not Love You
- One Night With You
- All Shook Up
- Can’t Help Falling in Love
- You’re the First, the Last, My Everything
- It’s a Beautiful Day
- Bring It On Home to Me
- ENCORE - Save the Last Dance for Me
- ENCORE - How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
- ENCORE - Cry Me a River
- ENCORE - Always On My Mind
JustJared has shared the set list of Buble's Higher tour and fans will be pleased to see that some of the crooner's most famous and beloved hits are included. From the poppy 'Haven't Met you Yet' to a younger Buble's 'Home' and 'Everything' - and of course his version of 'Feeling Good', made famous by legendary singer Nina Simone.
It's also reported that Michael will be paying tribute to Elvis Presley during his tour, singing renditions of the rocker's iconic songs 'Can’t Help Falling in Love' and 'All Shook Up'. Perhaps the star has caught the Elvis bug following the release of Baz Luhrmann's Elvis movie...
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