Michael Buble performs on stage at The O2 Arena on May 30, 2019 in London.

Michael Bublé impacts the Hot Tours tally dated June 15, 2019 at No. 3 with seven dates from the European leg of the An Evening With Michael Bublé Tour. Shows in Glasgow (SSE Hydro; May 23-24), Manchester (Manchester Arena; May 26-27), and London (O2 Arena; May 30-June 1) collectively grossed $9.5 million and sold 90,029 tickets, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore.

Bublé’s three shows at the O2 Arena make London the strongest market of the 34-date tour so far. There, he grossed $4.6 million and sold 44,558 tickets. His double-headers in all three European markets are indicative of Bublé’s global strength. He has historically played repeat shows in markets in South America, South Africa, and Australia, while traditionally playing one night-engagements throughout North America.

Bublé’s three shows at the O2 Arena make London the strongest market of the 34-date tour so far. There, he grossed $4.6 million and sold 44,558 tickets. His double-headers in all three European markets are indicative of Bublé’s global strength. He has historically played repeat shows in markets in South America, South Africa, and Australia, while traditionally playing one night-engagements throughout North America.

Bublé launched the 2019 tour in the U.S. on Feb. 13 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla. He played 27 domestic shows, grossing $41 million before hopping over the pond. With the newly-reported grosses in Europe, the An Evening With Michael Bublé Tour has grossed $50.5 million and sold 419,110 tickets so far.

But the bolstered grosses in Scotland and England are just the beginning — Bublé will tour extensively throughout Europe through Dec. 10 before hitting Australia and New Zealand in 2020 (with a brief second leg in North America from July 9-Aug. 3). With nearly 80 dates left to be reported, his 2019-20 trek will challenge Bublé’s previous high-marks on the Crazy Love Tour ($130.5 million; 2010-12) and the To Be Loved Tour ($124.4 million; 2013-15).

This is Bublé’s sixth major concert tour and his success has grown with each jaunt. His average gross per-show started at $81,722 on 2004’s Michael Bublé: Live in Concert, increasing to $171,000 in 2005-06, $511,000 In 2007-08, $925,000 in 2010-12, $1 million in 2013-2015, and now to $1.5 million per night in 2019. If he maintains this pace, his current tour will easily become his biggest, possibly pushing the $150 million barrier. Dating back to a performance at Toronto’s Winter Garden Theatre on June 18, 2003 ($27,712 gross; 937 tickets sold), Bublé has grossed $385.4 million and sold 4,373,988 tickets across his career.

Source: https://www.billboard.com/articles/columns/chart-beat/8515848/michael-buble-an-evening-with-tour-tops-50-million