Robbie Williams has announced new European dates for his ‘XXV’ tour – celebrating an incredible 25 years as a solo artist.
Bringing his high-octane shows to cities across Europe, the new 2023 tour dates kick off with a show in Bologna, Italy on 20 January before taking in cities across the continent including Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin and Barcelona. The arena tour will be a joyous celebration of Robbie’s 25 years as a solo artist following the release earlier this month of his album, ‘XXV’, which features many of his greatest hits and fan favourites from across his solo career.
Tickets are available this Wednesday 28 September at 9am BST/10am CET via a presale on the official Robbie Williams store. General sale tickets are available at 9am
BST/10am CET on Friday 30 September via the same store.
Official Fan Packages including priority early entry and reserved seated tickets for all dates available from eventtravel.com.
The full list of tour dates is –
20 January – Unipol Arena, Bologna
23 January – Hallenstadion, Zurich
26 January – Sportpaleis, Antwerp
28 January – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam
29 January – Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam
1 February – Barclays Arena, Hamburg
5 February – Lanxess Arena, Cologne
15 February – Festhalle, Frankfurt
20 February – Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin
26 February – Jyske Bank Boxen, Herning
27 February – Royal Arena, Copenhagen
1 March – Avicii Arena, Stockholm
5 March – Nokia Arena, Tampere
9 March – Arena Riga
10 March – Zalgirio Arena, Kaunas
12 March – Tauron Arena, Krakow
14 March – Budapest Arena
17 March – Stadthalle, Vienna
20 March – Accor Arena, Paris
24 March – Palau Sant Jordi, Barcelona
27 March – Altice Arena, Lisbon
24 June – Telenor Arena, Oslo
Earlier this month, Robbie secured his 14th UK Number 1 album with ‘XXV’, which topped the chart in its first week of release. With this amazing achievement, the music icon has broken the record for the solo artist with the most UK Number 1 albums. He equalled Elvis Presley’s chart record when he secured his 13th Number 1 album with 2019’s ‘The Christmas Present’. Only The Beatles now have more UK Number 1 albums than Robbie with 15. His total chart-topping UK albums across his solo work and records released with Take That now stands at 19. It places him in the top two acts of all time with the most Number 1s across their catalogue with only Paul McCartney with more.