At a press conference in London today, Robbie Williams announced his highly anticipated 2017 European stadium tour. Twenty-nine shows in eighteen countries are announced, including a Dublin concert at Aviva Stadium on Saturday 17 June. Erasure will be joining Robbie Williams on the tour as special guests.
Tickets go on sale this Friday, November 11.
Robbie will perform a special one-off show at The Troxy in London this evening to celebrate receiving the prestigious BRITs Icon Award. The award is the highest accolade given by the BRIT Awards and has previously only been given to Elton John and David Bowie. It is only presented to artists whose writing, recording and performances have set them apart as having made a lasting impact on British culture, recognising the very highest level of achievement in music.
For full 2017 European tour dates, see below.
Tickets from €69.50 including booking fee go on sale to the public this Friday, 11 November via RobbieWilliams.com. An exclusive 48-hour pre-sale will offer members of the Robbie Williams mailing list access to tickets before the general sale. Sign up at RobbieWilliams.com/tickets.
2nd Etihad Stadium, Manchester, UK
6th St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton, UK
9th BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, UK
13th Ricoh Stadium, Coventry, UK
17th Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland
21st Principality Stadium, Cardiff, UK
23rd London Stadium (Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park), London UK
28th Espirit Arena, Dusseldorf, Germany
1st AccorHotels Arena, Paris, France
4th Goffertpark, Nijmegen, Netherlands
8th Werchter Festivalpark, Belgium
11th HDI Arena, Hannover, Germany
14th Stadio Bentegodi, Verona, Italy
19th Commerzbank Arena, Frankfurt, Germany
22nd Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany
25th Waldbühne, Berlin, Germany
29th Tele2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
4th Bergenhus Fortress, Bergen, Norway
7th Telia Parken, Copenhagen, Denmark
10th Tampere Ratina Stadium, Finland
13th PGE Narodowy, Warsaw, Poland
16th Vingis Park, Vilnius, Lithuania
19th Airport Letnany, Prague, Czech Republic
23rd Groupama Arena, Budapest, Hungary
26th Ernst Happel Stadium, Vienna, Austria
29th Wörthersee Stadium, Klagenfurt, Austria
2nd Letzigrund Stadium, Zurich, Switzerland
7th Ledovi Dvorets Palace, St Petersburg, Russia
10th Olympiski, Moscow, Russia