Michael Buble announces first concerts following son Noah's cancer diagnosis

The Canadian crooner is ready to hit the stage again.

On Monday, Nov. 13, 2017, Michael Bublé announced that he will return to the stage next summer for the first time since his 4-year-old son Noah's cancer struggle.

"Excited to announce that Michael will be headlining London's British Summer Time at Hyde Park BST Hyde Park on [Friday, July 13, 2018]," the "Everything" singer's team posted on Facebook. "This will be Michael's only U.K. show in 2018, so you won't want to miss it." The "Home" singer will also perform at Croke Park in Dublin, Ireland on July 7. Tickets for both shows will go on sale via Ticketmaster on Friday, Nov. 17.

Michael Buble Hyde Park 7.13.18

Excited to announce that Michael will be headlining London's British Summer Time at Hyde Park BST Hyde Park on Friday 13th July. This will be Michael's only UK show in 2018, so you won't want to miss it. Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 17th November.

Posted by Michael Bublé on Monday, November 13, 2017

As Nicki Swift previously reported, Bublé, 42, and his wife Lusiana Lopilato, 30, announced their hiatus from all professional engagements following Noah's heartbreaking liver cancer diagnosis in November 2016. The couple, who are also parents to 1-year-old Elias, were understandably "devastated" by the news. Thankfully, Lopilato confirmed in April 2017 that Noah was cancer-free after undergoing four months of chemotherapy treatment in Los Angeles.

Bublé made his first public appearance following his son's recovery in June when he received the National Arts Centre Award in Ottawa. "My entire life has been inspired by how my family has made me feel — my wife, my children, my parents, my sisters," the "Haven't Met You Yet" hitmaker said in his heartfelt acceptance speech, after reading a quote by Maya Angelou: "People will never forget how you made them feel." Bublé continued, "There are no words to describe how I feel about you. Sometimes 'I love you' just isn't enough."