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Michael Buble announces new 2014 U.S. tour dates

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Michael Buble has added a string of U.S. dates to his North American tour schedule. Touring in support of his latest album “To Be Loved,” the chart-topping Canuck crooner has expanded his North American trek to run through July and Aug.

According to an update posted April 21 at MichaelBuble.com/news, the "Haven't Met You Yet" hitmaker will follow up a previously announced two-night stand July 7-8 at New York's Madison Square Garden with 11 new U.S. stops. The expanded schedule begins July 10 in Uncasville, Conn. at Mohegan Sun Arena and wraps up Aug. 3 in Austin, Texas at Frank Erwin Center.

Presales for the show begin April 29. General public on sales for the shows listed commence May 2. See MichaelBuble.com/tour for more details.

New dates include:
July 10 Uncasville, Conn.- Mohegan Sun Arena
July 11 Manchester, N.H. - Verizon Wireless Arena
July 12 Atlantic City, N.J. - Boardwalk Hall
July 25 Grand Rapids, Mich. - Van Andel Arena
July 26 Columbus, Ohio - Schottenstein Center
July 27 Milwaukee, Wis.- BMO Harris Bradley Center
July 29 Cincinnati, Ohio - U.S. Bank Arena
July 30 Memphis, Tenn. - FedEx Forum
Aug. 1 Tulksa, Okla. - BOK Center
Aug. 2 Oklahoma City, Okla. - Chesapeake Energy Centre
Aug. 3 Austin, Texas - Frank Erwin Center

The multi-Grammy and Juno winning singer is currently touring Australia and New Zealand. He will return to Canada for a summer run, beginning with a two-night stand on June 19 -20 in his hometown of Vancouver, B.C. at Rogers Arena and will wrap up with a two-night stand on July 4 - 5 in Montreal, Q.C. at Bell Centre as part of the Montreal International Jazz Festival .

Did you know? Released in 2013, Michael Buble's studio album "To Be Loved" hit No. 1 in 17 countries, including the U.S. and Canada and became his became his fourth consecutive No. 1 album on Bilboard 200 album chart.

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