20 April 2020
CANCELLED: ROBBIE WILLIAMS LIVE IN LAS VEGAS
We regret to inform you that the 'Robbie Williams – Live in Las Vegas' performances scheduled for March, April and July at Encore Theater at Wynn Las Vegas have been cancelled.
28 November 2019
ROBBIE WILLIAMS IS COMING HOME
Robbie Williams, Stoke’s favourite son, returns home to play his first-ever show in the city’s Vale Park Stadium on Saturday, June 20, 2020.
18 October 2019
THE ROBBIE WILLIAMS CHRISTMAS PARTY
Fans who pre-ordered the album from the official store before 4th November received access to a special ticket pre-sale for ‘The Robbie Williams Christmas Party’ live show at The SSE Arena, Wembley.
14 July 2019
BRITISH SUMMER TIME HYDE PARK
Following this week’s big news that Under The Radar Volume 3 will be released soon, we are thrilled to confirm that Robbie will be headlining the Great Oak Stage at British Summer Time Hyde Park next year!
02 June 2017
THE HEAVY ENTERTAINMENT SHOW TOUR
The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour got off to a spectacular start in Manchester on 2 June 2017, and saw Robbie perform for over 1.1 million fans in the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, The Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Poland, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria and Switzerland.
25 March 2015
LET ME ENTERTAIN YOU TOUR
25 April 2014
SWINGS BOTH WAYS LIVE
Robbie swung through Europe in the spring and summer of 2014 for a ritzy run of shows that saw him take in the Czech Republic, Austria, the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Italy, Switzerland and Northern Ireland before finishing up in the UK.
14 June 2013
TAKE THE CROWN STADIUM TOUR
Robbie hit the road in June 2013 to embark on his first solo stadium tour in seven years. Borrowing its name from the No.1 album of November 2012, Robbie's Take The Crown Stadium Tour 2013 visited 14 countries for a total of 26 blistering shows that proved the magic was definitely not leaving him!
22 November 2012
LIVE AT THE O2
Robbie played a special run of three dates at London's O2 Arena shortly after the release of his No.1 album Take The Crown.
11 September 2012
In September 2012, Robbie hit the road for a mini-tour that saw him return to perform at some of the venues he played on his first solo outing back in 1997, The Show Off Must Go On Tour.
27 May 2011
Progress Live 2011 is the biggest tour in UK and Irish history with over 1.76 million people having seen the show over the summer. The tour, one of the most highly anticipated music events of the 2011, is the first time the band have toured as a five-piece since 1995. Audiences around the UK have are wowed by a spectacular two and a half hour set, which celebrates their biggest hits from the last two decades.
10 April 2006
Robbie's 2006 World Tour kicked off on April 10th and the Spring Leg saw him play dates in South Africa and United Arab Emirates' Dubai to ecstatic audiences of thousands. After a short break it was time to head to Europe embark on the Summer Leg.
19 October 2003
COCK OF JUSTICE / AUSSIE TYPO TOUR
After the huge climax of Knebworth, Robbie took to the road to complete the final leg of his Weekends of Mass Distraction tour. The autumn leg was accidentally billed ‘Weekends of Mass Destruction' - hence the internal tour name - and support was provided by ‘80s pop legends Duran Duran.
28 June 2003
WEEKENDS OF MASS DISTRACTION
The European Weekends Of Mass Distraction tour of 2003 saw Robbie play to a massive 1.2 million people with 21 shows across Europe. A stadium tour of monumental proportions, the gigs drew in huge crowds - never had Knebworth Park, home to a string of legendary shows, played host to such a triumphant occasion.
18 November 2001
SING WHEN YOU'RE PACIFIC RIMMING
Robbie's first Australasian tour took on a more relaxed mood than the previous tours of this year. "Four shows in two weeks," said tour manager Fransky at the time. "It's like a holiday tour really. Trying to get everyone off the beach to do a gig isn't easy!"
11 August 2001
WEDDINGS, BARMITZVAHS & STADIUMS
Two months after the release of Sing When You're Winning, Robbie hit the road for his second set of UK arena dates. With the release of Rock DJ earning him his third UK No. 1, Robbie's success was still soaring!
06 October 2000
THE SERMON ON THE MOUNT
29 October 1999
GET YOUR COAT BABY, YOU'VE PULLED!
Having already played a string of smaller venues across the US earlier on in the year, Robbie returned for his second leg later on in the autumn. He'd done a string of successful television interviews across the country, but came unstuck with a lack of airplay across the US radio stations.
27 September 1999
03 September 1999
FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE...
Having spectacularly cancelled his earlier European tour amid a much-publicised breakdown, all the gigs were honoured by the rescheduled Autumn tour.
21 May 1999
After playing the UK's summer fistivals the year before, Robbie set off on the road to perform at the biggest festivals happening in Europe in the Summer of 1999. It was another great opportunity to play a bigger audience and to captivate a whole new crowd.
01 May 1999
THE MAN, THE MYTH, THE TAX BILL
Hot on the heels of Millennium's US release, Robbie spread his wings across the Atlantic to check out his new turf! Having spent ten days there meeting record company bosses shortly after Christmas, he was eager to make his mark.
27 November 1998
ONE MORE FOR THE ROGUE
Kicking off the biggest tour of his career so far, Robbie returned to the arenas for the first time since his days with Gary, Howard, Jason and Mark. I've Been Expecting You had soared to No. 1 in the UK, as had Millennium - Robbie's first No.1 single.
11 July 1998
Stepping into previously uncharted territory, Robbie donned waders and a brave face as he kicked off a string of summer festivals. With the legendary Glastonbury Festival topping the list, Robbie's new stomping ground was a daunting prospect.
15 May 1998
THE EGO HAS LANDED
Kicking off his second UK tour, Robbie was still riding high on the phenomenal success of Angels, which had single-handedly propelled him into the stratosphere of national superstardom!
27 September 1997
THE SHOW OFF MUST GO ON
Shortly after the release of Life Thru a Lens, Robbie hit the road for his first ever solo tour - a daunting experience to say the least! After a few lost years away from Take That, he was ready for a fresh start. Set up with new management and a successful song writing partnership, the future was looking bright.