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BOCELLI REBOOKS BELIEVE TOUR

Andrea Bocelli has added 15 new dates to the postponed concerts on his Believe North American Tour. The 21-city tour starts 10/13 in Milwaukee.

Bocelli is booked into the Hollywood Bowl on 10/24 and Madison Square Garden on 12/15; he will make his first-ever performances in Kansas City and St. Louis. Tickets go on sale to the general public on 5/3.

"It will be like going home, in each of the 21 cities,” said Bocelli said. “I await that moment with the joy and trepidation I felt at the beginning of my career. Because those arenas we meet in have a glimpse of the sun after such a storm. Because I will sing for the life that wins, and thanks to music, we will celebrate beauty and faith in the future together.”

Bocelli has canceled his 5/23 Bowl show and tickets for 5/22 will be honored on 10/24. The San Jose date at SAP Center, currently scheduled for 5/16, is being postponed.

Believe Tour Dates 

10/13 - Milwaukee, Fiserv Forum*

10/14 - Rosemont, Ill., Allstate Arena*

10/16 - Kansas City, T-Mobile Center*

10/17 - St. Louis, Enterprise Center#

10/20 - Dallas, American Airlines Center*

10/21 - Houston, Toyota Center*

10/23 - Sacramento, Golden 1 Center*

10/24 - Los Angeles, Hollywood Bowl #

10/30 - Salt Lake City, Vivint Arena*

10/31 - Denver, Ball Arena *

11/3 - Seattle, Climate Pledge Arena* 

11/4 – Portland, Moda Center*

12/2 – Cleveland, Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse*

12/4 – Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena#

12/5 – Detroit, Little Caesars Arena*

12/8 – Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center#

12/11 – Boston, TD Garden#

12/12 – Washington, D.C. , Capital One Arena*

12/15 – New York, Madison Square Garden*

12/18 – Miami, AmericanAirlines Arena#

12/19 – Orlando, Amway Center*

*New on sale/show

#Postponed date with new on sale

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