Michael Bublé fans will be disappointed to hear that his performance in Warwickshire this year has been cancelled.
The Canadian singer, popular for his his songs with a jazz style twist, was due to perform to crowds at Warwick Castle this July.
However, due to Covid-19, this show has been rescheduled until 2022.
This is now the second time the tour has been cancelled due to coronavirus, with it originally planned for 2021.
Taking to Facebook, the Canadian star reassured fans the tour would be “worth the wait” and that all tickets will still be valid.
Bublé will be returning to Warwick Castle on Wednesday July 13, 2022.
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The post reads: “Unfortunately with the ongoing global situation with COVID-19, my UK shows can no longer take place in July 2021.
“They have been rescheduled to the below dates, and all original tickets remain valid.
“I look forward to seeing your smiling faces and singing with you in July of next year and can’t wait to throw the biggest party with you all. It will be worth the wait I promise.
“Stay well…I love you all!”
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