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Croke Park is Heaven, after Being to Hell

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It's five years since Michael Bublé played Dublin, and he's come a long way from his debut Irish performance, when he played to 1200 people at the Olympia.

Now he's in the capital, and gearing up for a fully-seated Croke Park spectacular.

He's been out of the public eye for a time as his son Noah recovered from cancer, and he's not one bit nervous after such a trying time;

Michael Buble says he has some surprises in store for his Croke Park gig tomorrow night.

The Canadian crooner plays his first concert in Dublin for five years.

ItÂ’s the first stop in a summer series, and Michael says heÂ’s excited;
 

 


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