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Robbie Williams - On Sale Today!

Robbie Williams - On Sale Today!


Tickets to Robbie Williams ‘Let Me Entertain You’ tour go on sale to the general public at 10am today (25 May) – this will be a performance of a lifetime.

Of the announcement, Robbie Williams said, “Australasia is one of my favourite places to tour so I’m really looking forward to October. I was gutted I didn’t make it to New Zealand when I came down last year, so it’s apt that I’ll be ending the tour in that beautiful country."

Robbie Williams returns to Wellington for a very entertaining night at the Basin Reserve on Saturday 31st October 2015 to treat you all for Halloween. Robbie comes armed with his biggest hits, a glittering collection of fan favourites including the likes of Angels, Rock DJ, Better Man and Bodies.

Coupled with his characteristic showmanship, infectious charisma and the wicked wit for which he is renowned worldwide, Robbie Williams is a born entertainer and a consummate showman.
“Australia and New Zealand - Let Me Entertain You. Me: Robbie Williams. You: the audience. Let’s have some fun together, like old times!”

Let him entertain you? It will be impossible not to!


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