Robbie Williams is back on the road and will play Dublin

26/10/16 
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Robbie Williams will play the Aviva Stadium on sat July 17th , tickets on sale fri 11 nov at 10 am pictured at a press conference at InterContinental, Ballsbridge⬦.Pic Stephen Collins/Collins Photos
26/10/16 (No Fee Images) Robbie Williams will play the Aviva Stadium on sat July 17th , tickets on sale fri 11 nov at 10 am pictured at a press conference at InterContinental, Ballsbridge⬦.Pic Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Robbie Williams has confirmed rumours that he will perform a concert at Aviva Stadium on Saturday 17 June 2017, as part of his Heavy Entertainment Show Tour.

Dublin is the only date of The Heavy Entertainment Tour to have been confirmed so far.

As a solo artist, Robbie Williams has sold over 70 million albums and has six of the top 100 best-selling albums in British history.

He has had 14 number one singles and is one of the most in-demand live entertainers, and continues to play stadia around the world.

Robbie has won 17 BRIT Awards, nearly double the total of any other artist, and due to receive the BRITS Icon Award next month.

Robbie releases his brand new studio album “The Heavy Entertainment Show” on Columbia Records on 4th November.

The album is Robbie’s first to be released through Sony Music and follows a string of 11 UK chart-topping albums, most recently his No. 1 album “Swings Both Ways”.

Tickets for the Dublin show next summer go on sale on November 11 and are sure to be a huge seller.

Ticket, which are priced €69.50, will go on sale at 10am next Friday via www.robbiewilliams.com.