Michael Bublé confirms Sussex date for summer 2021

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Michael Bublé's concert at The 1st Central County Ground in Hove has been postponed until 2021.

The singing superstar will be at the home of Sussex cricket a year later than planned after his UK tour was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Spokesman Matt Bishop said: “The Grammy-award winning megastar, who was scheduled to perform at Hove on Friday, August 7 this year, will now bring his An Evening with Michael Bublé tour to Sussex on Monday, July 19 2021.

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Tickets already purchased for the concert will still be valid next summer. Fans are advised to contact their point of purchase if they have any queries.

“All hospitality guests who purchased through Sussex Cricket have been contacted by a member of our commercial team with the offer of deferring their booking to the new date.”

Sussex Cricket chief executive Rob Andrew said: “It’s disappointing news that Michael Bublé won’t be visiting The 1st Central County Ground in 2020 due to the ongoing Covid-19 situation, but it’s entirely the right decision.

“We’re delighted to have rescheduled the concert and are excited to welcome thousands of fans and Michael to Hove in 2021. We’re sure it will be worth the wait!”

A full list of the rescheduled dates can be found below:

July 2021

Fri 09 – Exeter Powderham Castle

Tue 13 – Leeds Harewood House

Thu 15 – Norfolk Blickling Estate

Fri 16 – Bath Royal Crescent

Sat 17 – Bath Royal Crescent

Mon 19 – The 1st Central County Ground, Hove

Tue 20 – The Incora County Ground, Derby

Thu 22 – Cardiff Castle

Fri 23 – Warwick Castle

Sun 25 – Hatfield House

Tue 27 – Emirates Riverside, Durham

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