Canadian Crooner

Michael Bublé is making a stop in Victoria this Saturday as part of his Crazy Love Tour.

  • Aug. 3, 2011 11:00 a.m.

Canadian crooner, Michael Buble, is playing Victoria this time around.

Burnaby, B.C. born crooner, Michael Bublé, is making a stop in Victoria, Saturday as part of his  Crazy Love Tour.

His fourth studio album, Crazy Love, took the 2010 Juno Award for Album of the Year and the 2011 Grammy for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.

He’s been touring Crazy Love since March 2010, but this will be the first stop in Victoria.

Bublé will be playing the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre, Sat., Aug. 6, with special guests, Naturally 7.

Tickets are $69/$99 and are available through Selectyourtickets.com or charge by phone at 250-220-7777. M

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