Robbie Williams announces new tour and fans can't contain their excitement - 'OH MY GOD'
In celebration of 25 years as a solo artist, Robbie Williams has announced a new arena tour that will take place across the UK and Ireland
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Robbie William's XXV Tour has just been announced and fans are going wild as they try to get their hand on tickets to this limited UK arena tour.
Robbie made the announcement on social media, "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 x"
Fans were delighted and took to social media to share their delight, "oh my gosh!! I didn’t think I’d ever get the chance. It’s like he heard me. I HAVE to go!" said one fan. "Yay I've pre-ordered, a special month for your tour on my birthday month. Can't wait to see you again.xx" said another. "'OH MY GOD," said another fan who was quite overwhelmed.
Although the tour isn't set to take place until later this year, the presale tickets will be going on sale very soon. So if you want to know how to get some tickets, when the UK and Ireland dates will be taking place, and how much the tickets will be, here is everything we know so far...
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How to get tickets for Robbie William's UK tour
Robbie Williams' new album XXV was announced last week and will be released on September 9. The album will contain re-recordings of his greatest hits that have been newly orchestrated with the Metropole Orkest. It is this album that will be played during the arena tour.
If fans pre-order this album on the official Robbie Williams website (opens in new tab) by Tuesday, June 14 at 8pm, they will receive access to a pre-sale on Wednesday, June 15. The pre-sale begins at 9am and will last for 48 hours.
For those who don't want to pre-order the album and just want to buy tickets for the tour, the general sale tickets will be available from Friday, June 17 at 9am. Fans can purchase tickets for this tour from many websites including Ticketmaster (opens in new tab).
How much are tickets for Robbie William's UK tour?
The prices for tickets for the Robbie Williams tour have yet to be announced. This means that fans will have to wait until the pre-sale or general sale to find out prices.
As the tour is taking place at a number of different arenas, it can be assumed that there will be tickets at a variety of different price points for those who are on a budget, or who are looking to splash out.
Robbie Williams UK tour dates
All of the dates for Robbie's upcoming XXV Tour will take place in October in the UK and one date in Ireland.
On October 9 and 10 he will perform at The O2, London. On October 15 he will be at Resorts World, Birmingham, and October 19 and 21, he will perform at AO Arena, Manchester.
He will then finish in Scotland and Ireland. On October 24 and 25, he will sing at OVO Hydro, Glasgow, and on October 29 he will end the tour in Ireland at 3Arena, Dublin.
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