Sunday, 14 July 2013

An evening with Michael Buble

Many many months ago my work friend Nat & I arrived extra extra early to work to ensure that workload was clear for 9am, that days priority was to secure 4 tickets for Michael Buble by any means!... Fortunately with much planning and luxury of pre-sale notification 4 tickets were in the bag by 9.03... Michael went on to sell out 10 nights at the O2 within hours.
Buble day dawned bright and glorious in London and after escaping work early, a leisurely eaten Lobster at Burger & Lobster the jubly line transported us to the O2.
Arriving at the O2 we settled in our seats for an evening of entertainment, we had great seats sitting in tier one allowing us great views of both stages...( so worth getting up extra early for!)
Michael opened the show in glamorous red lit stage to Fever compete with legendary slide action!.with the audience eating out of the palm of his hand...
Michaels set list was long (20 songs & 3 encores) covering a huge range of songs and some unexpected covers. Here are some of my favourites....
At this point Michael thanked his audience and said it was time to liven things up... This came about with a great cover of Daft Punk's Get Lucky during which he moved from the big stage to a smaller stage in front if us!.. Much to the delight & screaming of 1000's of women in the arena!
Accompanied by Naturally7, Michael did a great medley of Motown classics including;
This led into the Beetle classic All You need is Love complete with confetti canons cascading 1000's of buble hearts across the arena, leading straight into Elvis's Hunk of Burning Love .
Michael then went on to Thank the British audience who had taken him to heart many years ago and made him the star that he is today... He said it not only had changed his life but his families too and he would never be able to express his thanks more... He then finished his set with Beautiful Day
After much clapping, whistling, feet stamping Michael hit the stage again for 3 fantastic songs that showcase him as a true star and why he's this centuries crooner from Canada!
And my ultimate favourite A Song for You  I urge all of you to watch this to the end. This is MB's swansong and gives me goosebumps every time I hear him sing it... The words and the way he delivers this are just stunning.... Enjoy x Had a fantastic evening Michael was amazing, entertaining, humble and heartfelt... Something you don't see always.
I hope that you have enjoyed a little bit of Buble, 150,000 people of 10 night at the O2 did and this was Michaels message to them.


1 comment:

nicsnotebook.com said...

HI!! Ooooh I do like a bit of Buble! :) Would love to go to one of his concerts one day x

Sunday, 14 July 2013

An evening with Michael Buble

Many many months ago my work friend Nat & I arrived extra extra early to work to ensure that workload was clear for 9am, that days priority was to secure 4 tickets for Michael Buble by any means!... Fortunately with much planning and luxury of pre-sale notification 4 tickets were in the bag by 9.03... Michael went on to sell out 10 nights at the O2 within hours.
Buble day dawned bright and glorious in London and after escaping work early, a leisurely eaten Lobster at Burger & Lobster the jubly line transported us to the O2.
Arriving at the O2 we settled in our seats for an evening of entertainment, we had great seats sitting in tier one allowing us great views of both stages...( so worth getting up extra early for!)
Michael opened the show in glamorous red lit stage to Fever compete with legendary slide action!.with the audience eating out of the palm of his hand...
Michaels set list was long (20 songs & 3 encores) covering a huge range of songs and some unexpected covers. Here are some of my favourites....
At this point Michael thanked his audience and said it was time to liven things up... This came about with a great cover of Daft Punk's Get Lucky during which he moved from the big stage to a smaller stage in front if us!.. Much to the delight & screaming of 1000's of women in the arena!
Accompanied by Naturally7, Michael did a great medley of Motown classics including;
This led into the Beetle classic All You need is Love complete with confetti canons cascading 1000's of buble hearts across the arena, leading straight into Elvis's Hunk of Burning Love .
Michael then went on to Thank the British audience who had taken him to heart many years ago and made him the star that he is today... He said it not only had changed his life but his families too and he would never be able to express his thanks more... He then finished his set with Beautiful Day
After much clapping, whistling, feet stamping Michael hit the stage again for 3 fantastic songs that showcase him as a true star and why he's this centuries crooner from Canada!
And my ultimate favourite A Song for You  I urge all of you to watch this to the end. This is MB's swansong and gives me goosebumps every time I hear him sing it... The words and the way he delivers this are just stunning.... Enjoy x Had a fantastic evening Michael was amazing, entertaining, humble and heartfelt... Something you don't see always.
I hope that you have enjoyed a little bit of Buble, 150,000 people of 10 night at the O2 did and this was Michaels message to them.


1 comment:

nicsnotebook.com said...

HI!! Ooooh I do like a bit of Buble! :) Would love to go to one of his concerts one day x