Michael Buble To Be Loved 2013/2014 Tour Opening Band: Naturally 7
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long is a Michael Buble concert?
It varies depending on the night and the setlist, but normally Buble’s concerts run about two hours. Also factor in at least an hour for the opening act and stage change when planning your evening.
What songs will Michael Buble play in concert?
It should come as no surprise that Michael Buble plays a lot of the classic cover songs in concert since that is his bread and butter. The exact setlist will vary depending on the night, but when analyzing a few of his past setlists a few patterns emerge. Here are a few of the songs that crop up often in Michael Buble’s setlist on the To Be Loved Tour.
Fever (Little Willie John)
Haven’t Met You Yet
Try a Little Tenderness (Otis Redding)
You Make Me Feel So Young
Moondance (Van Morrison)
Come Dance with Me (Frank Sinatra)
Feeling Good (Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley)
I’ve Got the World on a String (Frank Sinatra)
That’s All (Nat King Cole)
Close Your Eyes
How Can You Mend a Broken Heart? (Bee Gees)
Me and Mrs. Jones (Billy Paul)
Don’t Stop Believin’ (Journey)
Get Lucky (Daft Punk)
Who’s Loving You (The Jackson 5)
I Want You Back (The Jackson 5)
To Love Somebody (Bee Gees)
All You Need is Love (The Beatles)
Burning Love (Arthur Alexander)
It’s a Beautiful Day
Cry Me a River (Julie London)
Save the Last Dance for Me (The Drifters)
A Song for You (Leon Russell)
What can I expect from a Michael Buble concert?
Michael Buble is a born entertainer. He’s charismatic, charming and surprisingly funny. He really enjoys conversing with the crowd and making them a part of the experience. As you well doubt know, his music is full bodied so nothing short of a complete band would do. Often he’ll bring in a full symphony orchestra from the city he’s playing to complement his regular tour players. Most fans who have seen him vow to never miss him when he passes through town again. Its very common to find fans who are on their third or fourth time seeing him in concert. Its habit forming.
Who is Michael Buble’s Publicist and Press Contact?
Luke Burland & Liz Rosenberg with Warner Bros. Records handle his press relations with Mitra Darab handling marketing related matters. Visit Michael Buble’s press relations page at Warner Bros. for phone and email contact information.
How do I get access to presale tickets for Michael Buble’s tour?
Ticket presales basically allow you to cut in line and lock in your tickets before the general public. On the To Be Loved Tour, Buble has done two types of presales — venue and fan club.
Michael Buble has a fan club called Bungalow B which offers three levels of membership for $29.99 & $49.99. With these memberships, you get access to exclusive content, discounts on artist merchandise as well as the ability to participate in ticket presales. Click the Bungalow B link above for further details.
The other method is to participate in a venue presale. Usually venues will send out email offers to their patrons who have bought tickets from them in the past. Often you can signup for these email lists with no purchase required. Do a simple Google search for “[Venue Name] email signup” for more information regarding your market.
“Buble’s a fabulous entertainer, with a skill set that seems destined to take him to an extended engagement at a Las Vegas casino. His charm was as much a part of the festivities as the familiar melodies.” — Dave McKenna of The Washington Post
“At this time in history when Auto-Tune and ProTools pollute popular music like a plague, it is easy to forget how powerful the human voice is. It is nice that Michael Buble and Naturally Seven entertainingly remind us all.” — Rosa Colucci of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
“Buble’s got a smooth-as-silk vocal style, but he’s really at his best when he’s not even singing. His between-song patter went on for a couple of minutes more than once as he launched into a self-deprecating story about his newborn son or traded jibes with the horn section.” — Tom Szaroleta of The Florida Times Union
Michael Buble’s Crazy Love Tour (2010, 2011 & 2012)
Started March 10, 2010 in Orlando, Florida – Ended on October 25, 2013 in Tampa, FL.
Tour Opening Act: Naturally 7
Michael Buble’s Irresponsible Tour (2007 & 2008)
Started July 12, 2007 in Reno, NV – Ended on October 18, 2008 in Biloxi, MS
Tour Opening Act: Naturally 7