COVID-19 changed our world in 2020, and canceled or postponed nearly all of our fun, including many of our favorite concerts. Sometimes, multiple times.

Singer Michael Buble has been trying to get his latest tour off the ground for several months, but due to the Coronavirus pandemic, a pair of area shows that were already rescheduled to take place this Spring, are now being postponed again, to late summer 2021, along with the rest of his tour. The 4-time Grammy winner stated in a press release,  "I am so looking forward to getting back on stage. I've missed my fans and my touring family. Meantime, I hope everyone stays safe.  We can all look forward to a great night out."

A press release from the TaxSlayer Center in Moline states that the Michael Buble concert will now take place there on the new date of THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 (previously scheduled for May 14) at 8 p.m. A show at the Wells Fargo Arena that was originally scheduled way back in May of 2020, got rescheduled to this coming February 21, is again rescheduled and will take place the following night in Des Moines, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 at 8 p.m. Check your tickets closely as these concerts may not be in the order previously scheduled, but hold on to them because they will be valid on the new dates.

Tickets for Moline can also still be purchased here, and for Des Moines here.

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A full list of rescheduled tour dates can be found here.

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