UPDATE: As of March 12, the concert has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns.
Dickies Arena lands another "get" on the concert front: Crooner Michael Bublé will perform at the Fort Worth as part of his 2020 U.S. Tour, performing at Dickies on Saturday, April 4.
The tour will include 27 stops across North America, starting in Boston on March 25 and ending in Las Vegas on May 9.
The Fort Worth date is one of only two Texas dates on the tour, with a stop in Austin at the Frank Erwin Center on April 5.
The Canadian-Italian singer, who is also an actor and record producer, came to Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio in March 2019 as part of his first tour in four years.
Bublé has released eight studio albums and three live albums in his 16-year career, selling over 60 million albums total. His latest album, Love, was released in 2018.
His 2011 album, Christmas, is the most listened to Christmas album world, streaming over one billion times last year. To capitalize on its enduring popularity, Bublé released a new version of the holiday single “White Christmas” on November 1.
Tickets for the Fort Worth concert go on sale Monday, November 18, at 10 am at Ticketmaster.com.