Robbie Williams has announced that he will play a homecoming gig in Stoke-on-Trent at Burslem’s Vale Park. It’s time to put down the date in your diaries because Robbie is coming home!
The gig is a benefit concert and will support three charities: UNICEF UK, the Donna Louise Children’s hospice and the Hubb Foundation.
The Angels singer took to his social media accounts to announce the news of his homecoming gig, getting an immense response from his fans.
The concert will take place on the 20th June 2020 and it isn’t to be missed with tickets expected to sell out. The venue is yet to be assessed for a concert like this so it is unknown how many tickets will go on sale,
However, UK fans are able to gain access to early tickets to the concert if they have purchased Robbie’s new album ‘The Christmas Present’ from his official website https://shop.robbiewilliams.com. To gain a presale code fans must purchase the album 6pm GMT on Thursday 5th December. Once fans have bought the album, instructions and an early access code will be sent via email before 6pm GMT on Friday 6th December.
So far there have been no further details released about the tickets.
Robbie Williams has sold out stadiums all over the world, and his last stadium tour ‘The Heavy Entertainment Show’, which promoted his 11th studio album, took place in 2017 and was extended up until November 2018.
The choice of venue is emotional for the singer as he donated £250,000 in 2006 to stop the club from going into administration. Robbie has always been proud to be from Stoke and is just as excited about the concert as we are.
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