The tour is named the XXV Tour, and is named after his upcoming album, which is named XXV, and is earmarked for release on 9 September 2022.
With millions of fans in the UK, and various other parts of the world, tickets are likely to be in high demand.
When is Robbie Williams performing in London?
With announcement of the upcoming tour in UK and Ireland, Williams is set to perform two shows in London, and will performing at iconic O2 Arena on Sunday, 9 October and Monday, 10 October 2022.
Williams, being from England is very familiar with London, and reportedly lives in a £17.5 million home in West London with his wife and four children.
Where else is he performing?
His UK and Ireland arena tour is set to kick off in the capital before heading off to Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin.
His UK and Ireland tour dates are:
- 9, 10 October: London, O2 Arena
- 15 October: Birmingham, Resorts World Arena
- 19, 21 October: Manchester, AO Arena
- 24, 25 October: Glasgow, OVO Hydro Arena
- 29 October: Dublin, 3 Arena
How do I get tickets for his London show?
Fans who pre-order the album from the official Robbie Williams store by 3pm on Tuesday 14 June will receive access to a special ticket pre-sale on Wednesday 15 June. The pre-sale starts at 9am and will be on sale for 48 hours.
General sale tickets are available from 9am on Friday 17 June, and can be purchased online via Ticketmaster.
What is a possible setlist?
With the album not yet released, and the tour not underway yet, an official set list is not yet known.
The album, however, will feature some of Williams’ greatest hits, and will include the iconic songs ‘Let Me Entertain You’, ‘Millennium’, ‘Strong’, ‘No Regrets’, ‘She’s The One’, ‘Kids’, ‘Rock DJ’, ‘Feel’, ‘Come Undone’ and many more.
Who is Robbie Williams?
Robbie Willaims is an English singer and songwriter, who rose to fame as a prominent member of popular boy-band Take That, before launching a solo career in the late 90s.
As a solo artist, Williams has had a great career, and has achieved seven UK No. 1 singles, and all but one of his 12 studio albums have reached number one in the UK.
Perhaps his greatest achievement came in 2006, when he secured a Guinness World Record for selling 1.6 million tickets in a single day during his Close Encounters Tour.
Somewhat an underrated singer in his own right, Williams also holds the record for the most wins at the Brit Awards, having secured 18 during his highly decorated career.
He is being closely followed by Adele in second, who has 12.
He also has six of the Top 100 best-selling albums in British history, and has sold around 80 million albums worldwide.