Photos: Michael Bublé plays PPGArena |

Photos: Michael Bublé plays PPGArena

Steven Adams
Singer Michael Bublé.

Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Michael Bublé brought his “An Evening with Michael Bublé” tour to PPG Paints Arena Friday night.

The hit singer recently released his tenth studio album, Love.

Bublé has four Grammy Awards and has sold over thirty million records worldwide. He is originally from Burnaby in Canada.

His current tour kicked off in Tampa on February 13.

Fans shared Friday’s Pittsburgh show via Instagram.


Bublé performs one of his hits.


This video shows him apparently singing to someone on his phone.


An orchestra provides backup.


With the moon as a backdrop.



Lighting up the house.


A quiet moment.


Does she know that’s a poster?


Steven Adams is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Steven at 412-380-5645 or [email protected].

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