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Michael Buble sets September tour date in St. Paul

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Add Michael Buble to the growing list of artists planning a tour stop in the Twin Cities this fall.

The Star Tribune says the hit Canadian crooner will play the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul Sept. 11.

The show will be the third on the fall leg of his tour in support of his new album "To Be Loved." The tour kicks off in Chicago Sept. 7 and Buble will play in Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 9 before the St. Paul show.

Ticket information has not yet been announced.

Other Twin Cities concerts just announced include Diana Ross at the Orpheum Theatre Aug. 28 and Josh Groban at Target Center Oct. 19.

Justin Timberlake also announced his tour Monday, which includes a concert at Xcel Energy Center Feb. 9, 2014.

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