Since the 2009 release of his chart-topping record “Crazy Love,” contemporary singer Michael Bublé has emerged as a force to be reckoned with on...

Since the 2009 release of his chart-topping record “Crazy Love,” contemporary singer Michael Bublé has emerged as a force to be reckoned with on the North American tour circuit, completing multiple legs of his Crazy Love Tour.

The Canadian crooner will continue his concert domination later this year with another round of shows across the United States. The 14-city itinerary opens November 23 at the Giant Center in Hershey, PA, and wraps almost a month later on December 13 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA.

Along the way, Bublé will also play major engagements on November 27 at TD Garden in Boston, MA; November 28 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY; December 5 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN; and December 11 at Honda Center in Anaheim, CA.

Onsale dates and ticket prices for the new concerts have not yet been announced on the singer’s official Web site. The first legs of his 2010 U.S. itinerary offered ticket prices ranging from $49.50 up to $89.50 and sold out in markets across the country.

The late-year tour is Bublé’s third U.S. outing this year in support of “Crazy Love.” He previously completed a spring tour leg, which ran from March through April, as well as a summer tour leg, booked from June through July.

In addition to his lengthy national stints, Bublé also had time to jump north of the border this summer for an August tour of his native Canada.

The U.S. and Canadian incarnations of the sold-out Crazy Love Tour placed Bublé at the head of the pack on TicketNews’ exclusive Event Rankings. Since the first public onsales for his tour began in December 2009, the songman’s ticket sales earned him an almost weekly Top 20 spot in the Event Rankings up through the completion of his summer dates.

At present, Bublé is prepping for a European tour that launches September 24-25 in Dublin, Ireland, and concludesNovember 2-3 in Lisbon, Portugal. He’ll also start the New Year on the road as he completes a 14-date February tour of Australia.

Michael Bublé – United States itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

November 23Hershey, PAGIANT Center
November 24Philadelphia, PAWells Fargo Center
November 26Newark, NJPrudential Center
November 27Boston, MATD Garden
November 28New York, NYMadison Square Garden Arena
November 30Washington, DCVerizon Center
December 1Buffalo, NYHSBC Arena
December 3Grand Rapids, MIVan Andel Arena
December 4Rosemont, ILAllstate Arena
December 5Nashville, TNBridgestone Arena
December 7North Little Rock, ARVerizon Arena
December 8Oklahoma City, OKFord Center
December 11Anaheim, CAHonda Center
December 13Los Angeles, CAStaples Center

Michael Bublé – International itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

September 24 – 25Dublin, IREAviva Stadium
September 27Sheffield, ENGMotorpoint Arena
September 28Newcastle upon Tyne, ENGMetro Radio Arena
September 30Nottingham, ENGTrent FM Arena
October 2 – 4London, ENGWembley Arena
October 6 – 7Manchester, ENGManchester Evening News Arena
October 9 – 10Birmingham, ENGThe NIA
October 12Merksem, BELSportpaleis Antwerpen
October 13Hannover, GERTUI Arena
October 14Cologne, GERLANXESS arena
October 16Frankfurt, GERFesthalle – Messe Frankfurt
October 17Stuttgart, GERPorsche Arena
October 27Paris, FRAPalais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
October 28Arnhem, NETGelredome
October 29Toulouse, FRAZenith
October 30Barcelona, SPAPalau Sant Jordi
October 31Madrid, SPAPalacio de Deportes
November 2 – 3Lisbon, PORPavilhao Atlantico
February 11 – 12Boondall, AUSBrisbane Entertainment Centre
February 14 – 15, 17Sydney, AUSAcer Arena
February 19Darling Harbour, AUSSydney Entertainment Centre
February 22 – 23, 25 – 26Melbourne, AUSRod Laver Arena
Feb. 28 – Mar. 1Hindmarsh, AUSAdelaide Entertainment Centre
March 4Caversham, AUSSandalford Wines
March 6Wilyabrup, AUSSandalford Margaret River

Last Updated on September 15, 2010 by By Allison Reitz