Michael Bublé postpones dates for US tour due to COVID-19 outbreak
Michael bublé is postponing its tour dates in the United States as COVID-19 cases in the country continue to rise.
The Canadian native announced Friday that his August live broadcasts in the United States had been moved to October “due to concerns over the growing number of coronavirus infections,” according to a shared statement on his manager. Twitter Account.
The new dates begin October 15 in Uniondale, New York and end October 28 in Jacksonville, Florida. All tickets already purchased will be honored on the postponed dates.
The “Haven’t Met You Yet” singer is scheduled to resume her tour on September 9 at the PPL Center in Allentown, Pa., With more concerts scheduled for October and November.
The announcement comes as COVID-19 cases increase in the United States due to the Delta variant. In July, the Centers for Disaster Control and Prevention said more than 80% of new COVID-19 cases in the country were caused by the Delta variant. The CDC now recommends that fully vaccinated people wear masks in indoor public places in high transmission areas.
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