Global music sensation Michael Bublé will perform live at The Incora County Ground on Tuesday 20 July 2021.
The four-time Grammy-award winner was scheduled to bring his spectacular live show to Derby this summer, but the tour has been re-arranged due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Tickets are on sale now, while all tickets purchased for the original date remain valid for next summer.
The world-renowned singer-songwriter, who has sold over 60 million records worldwide, brings to the UK his very special An Evening with Michael Bublé tour, which will visit some of the most picturesque open-air concert venues across the country.
The all-standing concert will take place during the height of summer with thousands of fans expected to take to the outfield at The Incora County Ground for world-class showmanship and an unforgettable musical experience.
Derbyshire County Cricket Club Chief Executive, Ryan Duckett, said: “Naturally, we’re disappointed that we’re unable to host this major event this summer, but the safety of all visitors must come first.
“To have a re-arranged date confirmed so quickly is extremely positive for ticket-buyers, the club and the wider region.
“We look forward to hosting what promises to be an unmissable night of musical entertainment at The Incora County Ground next summer, building on the success of our previous sold-out concerts.”
Tickets purchased for the original concert remain valid and ticket buyers do not need to take any further action.
For all ticket queries, please go directly to the authorised ticket merchant used at the time of purchase. Derbyshire County Cricket Club cannot discuss tickets purchased via other vendors.
Upgrade your experience and make the most of an evening with one of the world’s biggest superstars as he performs a stunning array of hits in Derby.
At The Incora County Ground we’re offering three exclusive Hospitality Packages, including our Platinum Package with all-inclusive drinks, a three-course set banquet and more.
To find out more about Hospitality, call 01332 388 111 or email [email protected].