Published: 13:49, 13 April 2021
| Updated: 13:54, 13 April 2021
The Grammy-award winning star was set to take to the stage at Kent Cricket Club's Spitfire Ground St Lawrence, in Canterbury, this July.
But his 13-date tour across the country has been postponed due to the ongoing Covid situation.
Tickets already purchased for the open-air concerts have been made valid for the rescheduled dates.
The Canadian singer's long-awaited Canterbury show is now set for Sunday, July 24 next year.
A post on Bublé's Facebook page reads: "Unfortunately with the ongoing global situation with Covid-19, my UK shows can no longer take place in July 2021.
"I look forward to seeing your smiling faces and singing with you in July of next year and can’t wait to throw the biggest party with you all.
"It will be worth the wait I promise. Stay well...I love you all!"
The historic Spitfire Ground can hold a capacity of 20,000 for its big concerts, but it was not known how many could be welcomed at Bublé's performance this summer.
As it stands, a visit from global star Bryan Adams is still on the cards for this summer, with his concert on July 8 remaining on the 2021 calender.
Huge names including Elton John, Simply Red and Sir Tom Jones have all previously performed at the venue.