Robbie Williams will play British Summertime Hyde Park next July, in what will be his first UK gig in two years. The London day festival will be his only outdoor show for 2019, before moving on to his Las Vegas residency.
Affectionately known as ‘Britain’s greatest entertainer’ the ex Take That star went solo in 1995 and has soared ever since. After three decades in ‘the game’, he’s currently appearing as a judge on the X Factor, and is about to release a new album of previously unheard music ‘Under the Radar Volume 3’.
The British Summertime gig takes place on 14 July, and eager fans can get tickets through a special pre-sale at robbiewilliams.com on 3 December, you’ll need to click through for details.
General tickets go on sale at 9am on 6 December from AXS , but don’t hang about we’re expecting them to fly off the shelves. Get them here .
Robbie Williams performs on stage during a concert at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna 2017
James King, Senior Vice President, AEG Presents comments: “One of the truly great British entertainers, we’re so excited to finally welcome Robbie Williams to Hyde Park who’s been on our wish list since we started seven years ago. Robbie works a crowd like no one else and his collection of hits will be the perfect way to round off Barclaycard presents British Summer Time for 2019.”
Last week BST Hyde Park announced a huge double billing in the form of Bob Dylan and Neil Young . A festival first, the two icons of rock have crossed paths but never appeared on the same stage.
British Summer Time 2019 full line up, schedule and how to get tickets to Hyde Park show
Fans will be over the moon!
Williams is one of the most decorated artists around, he has six of the top 100 best-selling albums in British history with 77 million albums worldwide, 14 Number 1 singles, and won a record 18 BRIT Awards – more than any other artist in music history.
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