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13 November 2017, 10:36 | Myron Mathis
Michael Bublé will return to the stage next year after taking a hiatus from music to care for his elder son.
Michael Bublé will headline the British Summer Time festival at London's Hyde Park on Friday 13 Jul 2018. "This will be Michael's only United Kingdom show in 2018, so you won't want to miss it". "This will be Michael's ONLY IRE show in 2018".
Tickets for the concert start at €89.50 and go on sale this Friday November 17th at 9am.
Buble's show will see him following in the footsteps of the likes of The Killers, Justin Bieber, Tom Petty, Green Day and many more who headlined previous year, and The Rolling Stones, The Strokes, and Florence + The Machine among those who graced the stage at London's huge Hyde Park Festival in the past.
SINGER Michael Bublé has announced his first United Kingdom date since his son was diagnosed with liver cancer last November. "Tickets go on sale 9am Friday", the team added on Twitter. Lopilato said at a press conference in April that Noah is now "well" and recovering from the disease. "But we are very happy", the actress said.
The couple, who married in 2011, also have another son, one-year-old Elias.
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