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Robbie Williams’ ‘Heavy Entertainment Show Tour’

04:01 PM Wednesday 11/9/16 | |

Robbie Williams is all set to return to the road. Tickets go on sale this week for a European tour in support of his latest album, The Heavy Entertainment Show.

Williams’ 11th studio effort was released Nov. 4 via Columbia Records. Singles include “Party Like a Russian” and “Love My Life.”

A review from the Evening Standard's Andre Paine declares that the album “proves Robbie’s still a prime entertainer.”

  • Robbie Williams

    Prince's Palace of Monaco, Monaco
    July 12, 2015

    (AP Photo / Lionel Cironneau, Pool)

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The singer/songwriter took the stage Monday at London’s Troxy during a one-off gig to celebrate being awarded the Brit Icon Award. The show was extra special because it featured a surprise reunion performance with his former Take That bandmates Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, according to the Daily Mail.

Williams’ first tour since 2015 kicks off June 2 in Manchester. Here’s the plan:

June 2 – Manchester, England, Etihad Stadium
June 6 – Southampton, England, St. Mary's Stadium
June 9 – Edinburgh, Scotland, Murrayfield Stadium
June 13 – Coventry, England, Ricoh Arena
June 17 – Dublin, Ireland, Aviva Stadium
June 21 – Cardiff, Wales, Principality Stadium
June 23 – London, England, London Stadium
June 28 – Dusseldorf, Germany, ESPR.I.T arena
July 01 – Paris, France, AccorHotels Arena
July 04 – Nijmegen, Netherlands, Goffertpark
July 08 – Werchter, Belgium, Festivalpark
July 11 – Hannover, Germany, HDI Arena
July 14 – Verona, Italy, Stadio Bentegodi
July 19 – Frankfurt, Germany, Commerzbank Arena
July 22 – Munich, Germany, Olympic Stadium
July 25 – Berlin, Germany, Waldbühne Berlin
July 29 – Stockholm, Sweden, Tele2 Arena
Aug. 4 – Bergen, Norway, Bergenhus Festning
Aug. 7 – Copenhagen, Denmark , Telia Parken
Aug. 10 – Tampere, Finland, Ratinan Stadion
Aug. 13 – Warsaw, Poland, PGE Narodowy
Aug. 16 – Vilnius, Lithuania, Vingis Park
Aug. 19 – Prague, Czech Republic, Letnany Airport
Aug. 23 – Budapest, Hungary, Groupama Arena
Aug. 26 – Vienna, Austria, Ernst Happel Stadion
Aug. 29 – Klagenfurt, Austria, Wörtherseebühne
Sept. 2 – Zurich, Switzerland, Stadion Letzigrund
Sept. 7 – St. Petersburg, Russia, Ledoviy Dvorets
Sept. 10 – Moscow, Russia, Olympic Stadium

A fan club presale is ongoing. Tickets go on sale to the general public Nov. 11. Visit RobbieWilliams.com for more information.


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