Big band fans are in luck this summer as beloved Canadian singer Michael Bublé will making his Toronto this July. Bublé will be playing the Scotiabank, located in the heart of the city’s downtown, for an evening of his hits and treasured oldies on July 27.

Tickets for the concert are currently on sale with the cheapest tickets for the event going for around $121.25 according to Ticketmaster. Bublé is also offering fans the chance to cash in on a VIP experience with tickets for the exclusive going for a whopping $1,130.78, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg the singer is also offering fans and even more lucrative backstage VIP pass which is going for $1492.40 a pop.

Last year rumors began to swirl about Bublé’s possible retirement after his oldest son Noah was diagnosed with cancer. However, his management team later dismissed the speculation that the singer was stepping away from the spotlight after the release of 2018 album “Love.”

Bublé explained in an interview with the Independent last year that his son’s diagnosis had given him a new appreciation for the little things, saying “it allows you to enjoy the little things in life and not be so f**king busy worrying how many likes you got, or how much money you made, stuff that makes you go, 'Oh god, what was I thinking about?'"

In that interview, the singer also praised his families’ unwavering support for giving him the “armour” to keep going. He said, “through my whole life and my career no matter how fancy or big the success was...no matter how nice the suits got, or the watch got, underneath it all was the armour that my family had placed on me.”

Now, with his new tour, those rumours about retirement have officially been put to rest. Bublé’s tour entitled "An Evening With Michael Bublé" has already won over critics and fans alike with overwhelming praise from both.  The tour is expected to come to an end in Germany on November 10.

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