07 October 2014
East Coast Radio is super excited to confirm that the multi-Grammy award winning Michael Bublé will be returning to South Africa next year – and DURBAN is on the bill!
Hot on the heels of John Legend (in November 2014) and Irish band, The Script (February 2015),
Bublé will be setting hearts on fire in Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium on 17 March 2015, before moving onto wow fans in Cape Town on 19 March and in Joburg on 21 & 22 March 2015.
Bublé has an armful of awards to his name, including several Grammys. “Sexy” is his thing. With his sultry songs and smooth moves it’s easy to see why this Canadian star has worked his ways into the hearts of millions of fans around the world!
Now KZN fans will be able to watch this superstar in action next year. “I’m very excited to get back on the road and perform for my fans,” said Michael. “It’s been a while but we’re rested up and ready to have a big party on stage every night.”
And that includes a string of hits, among them Home, Everything, Haven’t Met You Yet, Hollywood and his latest smash It’s a Beautiful Day. You can also look forward to classics like Cry Me a River, Feeling Good, and Save the Last Dance for Me ala Michael Bublé’s distinctive interpretation style
Bublé has achieved global sales of 45-million albums in the course of his extraordinary decade-long career. His previous Crazy Love tour was seen by over two-million fans worldwide, while the album Crazy Love has now passed 7.6 million sales.
Bublé’s multi-platinum Christmas was the second biggest selling album of 2011 following Adele and has spent almost two and half years on the album chart. His latest release To Be Loved debuted at Number 1 on the Billboard Magazine Top 200 pop charts.
Tickets go on sale Friday 10 October 2014 at 9am from Big Concerts and Computicket, priced from
R340 to R790. Considering the star’s last visit to SA was sold out in no time, you may want to get your hands on your tickets early!
Michael Bublé – Presented by East Coast Radio and M-Net.
Another Big Concerts Experience.