Preview: Robbie Williams

by Adam Aiken (originally posted December 6, 2022)

Robbie Williams has announced a second show at the Sandringham Estate next year following huge demand for tickets for the first night.

It was announced earlier this week that the singer will head to Norfolk on Saturday, August 26, for the first large-scale music event to be held on the estate.

But now a second date has been added, and Williams will also be in residence on Sunday, August 27.

They will be his only two UK standalone headline shows during the year.

It follows the release this autumn of his XXV compilation album, which covers his solo career since leaving Take That a quarter of a century ago.

Since then he’s sold more than 85 million albums, had 13 UK number one albums and achieved 14 chart-topping singles.

The rest of the line-up for the Sandringham show has yet to be announced.

Giles Cooper, the event’s promoter, said: “It’s been an ambition of us all at Heritage Live to stage a concert for the legendary Robbie Williams, and the thing about Robbie is that he keeps getting better and better.

“His 2022 arena tour show was the best I’d ever seen him perform and for me he’s the best entertainer since Elvis.

“We can’t wait! It will be the most magical concert in the most amazing surroundings that’ll live in our memories forever.”

Pre-register for tickets here. This’ll let you buy tickets from 9am on Thursday, December 8.

General tickets go on sale here at 9am on Friday, December 9.

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