Grammy award-winning singer Michael Bublé might well be regarded as the King of Christmas, but the Canadian megastar is already looking ahead to summer - where he will be performing in Buckinghamshire.

The ‘Everything’ singer, 46, has announced an outdoor show at Waddesdon Manor on Saturday, July 2, 2022.

Michael Bublé is one of the most successful artists of our time, selling more than 75 million records worldwide and winning four Grammy awards over the course of his extraordinary career.

Earlier this month, Bublé released a brand new music video for ‘It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas’, which comes ahead of the 10th anniversary of his much-loved festive album.

Fans of the singer are being invited to spend ‘An Evening with Michael Bublé’ under the stars at the Waddesdon stately manor in summer 2022 as part of his long-awaited UK tour that will also take in historic sites like Cardiff Castle and Warwick Castle.

It is the latest in an exciting array of outdoor concerts announced for Waddesdon, with boyband McFly and iconic eighties outfit Tears for Fears also expected to take to the stage in July 2022 - the latter appearing with special guest Alison Moyet.

Bublé has released eight studio albums during his career, with singles including the 2005 hit ‘Home’, ‘Everything’ in 2007 and ‘Haven’t Met You Yet’ in 2009.

He has also released a string of Christmas songs, such as ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’, ‘White Christmas’ and ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’.

More than 75 million records sold worldwide has made him one of the best-selling Canadian artists of all time.

Tickets to see Bublé live at Waddesdon are now on sale with tickets priced from £70.

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