Michael Bublè Set To Hit The Road This Fall

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Michael Bublè may be coming to a city near you. The Canadian crooner announced he’ll be heading out on the road this fall behind his latest chart-topping album, To Be Loved, and hitting 40 cities across the United States.

Kicking things off on September 7 in Chicago, Illinois, Bublè will make stops in Detroit, Boston and Brooklyn before ending up in Oakland, California on November 30.  For more ticket information, head to Bublè’s website.

Fans might want to check out the singer’s latest trek, since the expectant father, who’s set to become a dad this summer, said he plans to lessen his time on the road to be with his new baby boy.

“I just don’t want to look back and say, ‘God, I should have been there more,’” Bublé explained. “Because I have a feeling that I’ll never look back and say, ‘Jeez, I should have worked more.’”

Check out the full list of tour dates below.

9/7     Chicago, IL- United Center

9/8     Kansas City, MO- Sprint Center

9/11   St. Paul, MN- XCEL Energy Center

9/13   Lincoln, NE- Pinnacle Bank Arena

9/14   St. Louis, MO- Scottrade Center

9/15    Indianapolis, IN- Bankers Life Fieldhouse

9/17    Detroit, MI- Palace of Auburn Hills

9/18    Cleveland, OH- Quicken Loans Arena

9/20    Pittsburgh, PA- Consol Energy Center

9/21    Philadelphia, PA- Wells Fargo Center

9/22     Washington, DC- Verizon Center

9/24     Buffalo, NY- First Niagara Center

9/25     Hartford, CT- XL Center

9/27     Boston, MA- TD Garden

9/28     Newark, NJ- Prudential Center

9/29     Brooklyn, NY- Barclays Center

10/16   Tulsa, OK- BOK Center

10/18   Dallas, TX- American Airlines Center

10/19   San Antonio, TX- ATT Center

10/20   Houston, TX- Toyota Center

10/22   New Orleans, LA- New Orleans Arena

10/23   Nashville, TN- Bridgestone Arena

10/25   Raleigh, NC- PNC Arena

10/26   Charlotte, NC- Time Warner Cable Arena

10/27   Atlanta, GA- Gwinnett Arena

10/29   Jacksonville, FL- Veterans Memorial Arena

10/30   Orlando, FL- Amway Arena

11/1     Tampa, FL- Tampa Bay Times Forum

11/2     Ft. Lauderdale, FL- BB&T Center

11/15   Seattle, WA- Key Arena

11/16   Portland, OR- Rose Garden

11/19   Salt Lake City, UT- Energy Solutions Arena

11/20   Denver, CO- Pepsi Center

11/22   Phoenix, AZ- US Airways Center

11/23   Las Vegas, NV- MGM Arena

11/24   Anaheim, CA- Honda Center

11/26   San Diego, CA- Valley View Casino Center

11/29   Los Angeles, CA- Staples Center

11/30   Oakland, CA- Oracle Arena

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