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Michael Buble making U.K. comeback with festival headlining gig

Michael Buble is to make his U.K. comeback by headlining the Barclaycard presents British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park, London, next July (18).
The Canadian singer has been out of the limelight since revealing his son Noah was battling cancer in November 2016, with both him and wife Luisana Lopilato cancelling all their work commitments to focus on their son’s recovery.
The four-year-old is now believed to be free of the disease, so Michael and his wife are now slowly easing themselves back into their work lives.
It’s now been confirmed that Michael will be taking to the stage at the London festival on 13 July, with tickets going on sale for the gig on 17 November.
“I am thrilled to be able to welcome Michael Buble to the Great Oak stage next year. July 13 is going to an amazing night for his fans,” James King, Senior Vice President of AEG Presents, said of the signing.
Other announced headliners for next year’s British Summer Time festival are Roger Waters and Bruno Mars, on 6 July and 14 July respectively.
It’s understood that the concert will be Michael’s only U.K. gig of 2018. The news also comes after Michael made the decision not to host the 2018 Brit Awards, after pulling out of presenting the 2017 ceremony following Noah’s diagnosis.

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