Emeli Sandé to join Bublé in Croke Park

Wednesday, 21st February, 2018 3:39pm

Emeli Sandé to join Bublé in Croke Park

Emeli Sandé.

Multiple Grammy and Juno Award winner Michael Bublé has announced that Emeli Sandé will join him as special guest at Croke Park on Saturday 7th July.
 
Emeli Sandé’s critically acclaimed number one record, Our Version Of Events was the biggest selling album of 2012 and second biggest selling album of 2013, scoring three UK number 1 singles and 4.6 million album sales worldwide.
 
Emeli released her second studio album, ‘Long Live The Angels’ which became the biggest selling album from a UK female released in 2016.  She went on to win ‘Best Female’ at the 2017 BRIT Awards, becoming her fourth BRIT Award win to date.  She was also appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2017 Birthday Honours for her services to music.
 
With three number one albums and a classic ‘Christmas’ album to his name, Michael Bublé is an artist welcomed in every Irish household. He has toured the globe five times and has sold out Aviva Stadium in 2010 followed by four successive nights at The O2 Dublin in 2013.
 
Michael Bublé’s classic voice, endearing charm and sheer panache have established him as one of the great singers and entertainers.  He has carved a unique place in the hearts of fans around the world and lit up pop charts since his debut album in 2005, bringing jazz standards to a new generation while scoring his own original hits including the unforgettable global smashes ‘Home’, ‘Haven’t Met You Yet’, ‘Everything’ and ‘Lost’.
 
Michael says: "I can’t wait to come over to see my fans in Dublin and play Croke Park for my largest ever Irish show!  You guys have been patient and I can't thank you enough for all your support. And for those of you that haven’t seen me live, well… I just haven’t met you yet!"
 
Nobody But Me, his seventh major label studio album, was released in October 2016. The record debuted at #2 on the Irish charts and went platinum in the UK in January.
 

Tickets from €89.50 including booking fee are available now at Ticketmaster
 
 

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