Robbie Williams will take to the stage at Dublin’s 3 Arena on October 29.
This show features as part of the former Take That singer’s Greatest Hits UK Tour, which begins on Sunday 9 October at London’s O2 Arena, celebrating his 25 years as a solo artist.
Williams will also hit the O2 the following day, before performing in Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow, before rounding off the tour in Dublin.
Tickets for these shows will go on sale from Friday 17 June. More on this here.
Fans can also access pre sale of these tickets, if they pre order the singer’s upcoming album by 3pm tomorrow. You can buy this album via this website here.
I can’t wait to be back on tour in the U.K. & Ireland later this year… Order XXV from my official store before 8PM tomorrow for first access to tickets. See you down the front! Love, Rob xhttps://t.co/6H7tHeFnD9 pic.twitter.com/iUXuzbWkAt
— Robbie Williams (@robbiewilliams) June 13, 2022
Williams Supporting New Album
Robbie Williams’ upcoming tour will support his latest album ‘XXV’, which will arrive on September 9.
The album includes several number 1 hits from the former Take That singer. Such tracks include, ‘Rock DJ’, ‘Millenium’, ‘No Regrets’, ‘Let Me Entertain You’, ‘Strong’ and ‘Come Undone’.
The album will also include Williams’ number one hit ‘Angels’, and like the others, this track was also newly orchestrated by Guy Chambers, Jules Buckley, and Steve Sidwell.
This track was also performed by Robbie Williams at half time during the charity football match Soccer Aid. Check it out here.
The album even features a new Williams song called ‘Lost’, where he can be heard singing, “I lost my place in life / I lost my point of view”.
“It’s the same sort of song that ‘Feel’ was when that came out back in the day. I’ve got big hopes for it”, Williams also said of the track.
Speaking of ‘Angels’, Robbie Williams also shared a mashup of the track, featuring Ludwig Van Beethoven’s ‘Unfinished 10th Business’.
“‘Angels’ obviously has a very special place in my heart”, the former Take That singer said back in March. “I’m looking forward to the preview of this interesting version. For me, it’s fascinating how much technology is now enabling art”. More on this from Nova here.