SUPERSTAR singer Michael Buble has postponed his highly-anticipated concert at New Milton's Chewton Glen Hotel this summer.

The Grammy-award winning Canadian superstar has moved the show to July 2022 due to conerns over the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic.

In a post on Facebook, a spokesman for the luxury hotel said: "In light of the ongoing global situation with Covid-19, unfortunately, the Michael Buble concert at Chewton Glen can no longer take place in July 2021.

"However, we can confirm that it has been rescheduled for July 18 2022. Please note that all original tickets remain valid.

"We are unable to answer any queries regarding tickets, please contact your distributor directly. If you have a room booking for the concert please contact our reservations team by emailing Please allow around 72 hours for a response."

The cancelled, open-air show was part of a 13-date tour entitled An Evening with Michael Buble.

The tour was supposed to kick off at Powderham Castle in Exeter with other venues on the list including Cardiff Castle, Warwick Castle and The Royal Crescent in Bath.

Some of Buble’s best-known hits include Home, It’s a Beautiful Day and It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas.

Michael won his first career Grammy Award in 2007 for his album Call Me Irresponsible.