Robbie Williams set to perform in Cardiff next June
Let him entertain you
Robbie Williams will perform in Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on 21st June 2017, as part of his nationwide tour.
The former Take That singer announced the stadium tour on Facebook last week, and gave details of dates at a press conference in London today.
He posted to Facebook: ‘I’ll be bringing The Heavy Entertainment Show to a stadium near you next June! All dates will be announced on Monday 7 November…’
The announcement comes after the release of the 43-year-old’s latest album, The Heavy Entertainment Show.
Robbie will perform songs from his 11th album, along with hits spanned across his career.
The tour will start in Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on 2nd June and will include Southampton (6th June), Edinburgh (9th June), Coventry (13th June), Dublin (17th June) and lastly Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London (23rd June).
Tickets are available here from 10am on Friday 11th November and range from £65 to £99.
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