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I got tickets when they first went on sale. The seats were straight on just a few rows off the floor but still quite a distance from the stage.
Earlier today an opportunity presented itself to pick up some floor seats, dead center, just a handful of rows from the stage, for a bargain price.
I gave my original tickets to a co-worker and waited to surprise Mary with her new Bublé-sweat-catching seats.
Mary got suspicious as we walked past the entryway to the section of our original seats.
Once we got passed the floor ushers, Mary knew something was up.
Her surprise turned to joy as we walked up closer and closer to the stage.
During the concert Bublé sang a couple of songs from a second stage at the opposite end of the arena. He walked right by us, just arms distance away. I had to quickly decide whether to try and high-five him or take some crappy pics. I went with the latter.
Mary is the big Bublé fan so I went in with no particular expectations, which is always a good thing.
I must say, the man can sing. The concert was awesome.
Bublé sang his last song a cappella to a mostly silent area.
According to Wikipedia, Bublé's setlist for the night was:
1. FeverPosted by Don |
2. Haven't Met You Yet
3. Try a Little Tenderness
4. You Make Me Feel So Young
6. Come Dance with Me
7. Feeling Good
8. Instrumental (Team Buble)
9. I've Got the World on a String
11. That's All
12. Close Your Eyes
13. How Can You Mend a Broken Heart
15. Get Lucky
16. Who's Lovin' You (performed with Naturally 7)
17. I Want You Back" (performed with Naturally 7)
18. To Love Somebody" (performed with Naturally 7)
19. All You Need is Love
20. Burning Love
21. It's a Beautiful Day
22. Cry Me a River
23. Save the Last Dance for Me
24. A Song for You
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