Michael Bublé will return to Ireland for two dates next summer tour.
The Canadian crooner performed to Croke Park audience who was sold earlier this year, his first concert in two years after diagnosing his two year old son, and having a successful beat of cancer.
He was published this morning, he will go to the stage in Dublin & # 39; s 3Arena on June 6 and at the Belfast Arena SSE on June 9 next year.
Buble Ireland first played in 2007 for an audience of 1200 people before returning in 2013 for five nights at The Point. Parc Croke, in particular, chose to choose it for it to come back this time.
"There was no choice away why I chose to come here. This is my choice. There is a lot of love here, a rich history of a lovely country artist and has shown me a lot of love , "he said. He said.
"So you can imagine that it was a little scary after not being on stage for a couple of years and it meant much to me that this would be where we will do the best to come."
Tickets will be on sale on Friday 23rd November at 9am. If you book the love of the new album from www.goldendiscs.ie before 11:59 p.m. Sunday 18 November for pre-sale concert ticket entry.
Prices start at € 90.50 to Dublin and from £ 80 to Belfast.