Piet Levy writes in this week’s Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
(At Milwaukee’s Fiserv Forum) for 552 days, there has been no live music.
That is, until Tuesday night, when Michael Buble returned to Milwaukee for the first time in seven years as part of a postponed tour that was supposed to swing through town in March 2020.
That’s the same month the live music industry shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic, making this the first arena concert in the city since the Lumineers played Fiserv Forum on March 11, 2020.
You may not have to wait too much longer to see Bublé in Milwaukee again. He said he plans to tour in 2022 behind a new album he recorded in quarantine.
For those who couldn’t make Tuesday’s concert, or can’t wait for the new album, this week’s mega-music blog is a repeat from October of 2018.