Michael Buble to play in Auckland

Last updated 16:29 11/12/2013
Michael Buble

HEADING TO NEW ZEALAND: Canadian singer Michael Buble

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Christmas is coming early for fans of Canadian crooner Michael Buble. The singer today announced that he will play Auckland's Vector Arena on 21 May.

Buble has been smashing box office records in the UK recently; originally slated to do six nights at London's O2 Arena, he was forced to add four extra shows when the first run sold out in just five minutes.  

"No one can accuse Michael Buble of being anything but a crowd-pleaser," The Telegraph raved, adding that the Canadian superstar "had the audience shrieking in appreciation".

The London Evening Standard concluded: "This feel-good show was complete.  Maybe nice guys don't finish last after all."

Buble has a special relationship with Australasia. "You guys were one of the first territories to take me under your wing," he explains.  New Zealand gave Buble his first number one album anywhere in the world when his 2003 self-titled album hit top spot in September 2003 with Australia following suit in May 2004.

Michael was first in New Zealand for a promotional tour in 2003.  This was followed by a visit in April 2004, where he played three theatre shows.

Now, a decade later, he is set to return to perform his first ever arena show.

General public tickets go on sale at 9am on 18 December.

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