Sunday, March 17, 2019
Michael Bublé thought he knew what love was. After all, he’s sold more than 60 million albums worldwide singing about the subject. But it turns out he had a lot to learn.
The week that his last album, 2016’s Nobody But Me was released, Bublé and his family went through an emotional journey that informed and changed his life.. He was understandably unsure how or if music was going to remain part of his life. “What the experience did was give me a real perspective.. It completely changed my outlook on what mattered and what was important to me.”
But the desire to express himself creatively slowly came back into focus when Bublé invited his band mates over to his house, not with the intention of making music, but simply to enjoy each other’s company and drink, eat pizza and play video games.
Parking is available close to all entrances of the Allstate Arena. Parking fee ranges from $15-$25 (Cash Only).
Buses and limos are extra. Parking is open two hours prior to event. No tailgating is permitted.