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Robbie Williams

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  • Bobby McFerrin
    May
    20
    2024
    12:00 PM
    Mon
    Bobby McFerrin
    Freight & Salvage | Capacity: 600
    Freight & Salvage
    location94704, 2020 Addison St.  Berkeley, CA, USlocation94704, 2020 Addison St. BerkeleyCAUS
    Prices from $75Avg. price ~ $878 tickets remaining!
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  • Piknic Electronik: Nico Moreno
    May
    20
    2024
    4:00 PM
    Mon
    Piknic Electronik: Nico Moreno
    Piknic Electronik: Nico Moreno
    Parc Jean-Drapeau
    locationH3C 1A9, 1 Circuit Gilles-villeneuve  Montreal, QC, CAlocationH3C 1A9, 1 Circuit Gilles-villeneuve MontrealQCCA
    Prices from $54Avg. price ~ $626 tickets remaining!
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  • Chaos & Carnage 2024: Cattle Decapitation & Carnifex
    May
    20
    2024
    4:30 PM
    Mon
    Chaos & Carnage 2024: Cattle Decapitation & Carnifex
    Chaos & Carnage 2024: Cattle Decapitation & Carnifex
    Gothic Theatre | Capacity: 1100
    Gothic Theatre
    location80110, 3263 S Broadway  Englewood, CO, USlocation80110, 3263 S Broadway EnglewoodCOUS
    Prices from $76Avg. price ~ $10312 tickets remaining!
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  • The Australian Bee Gees
    May
    20
    2024
    5:00 PM
    Mon
    The Australian Bee Gees
    Thunderland Showroom at Excalibur Hotel & Casino
    location89109, 3850 Las Vegas Blvd  Las Vegas, NV, USlocation89109, 3850 Las Vegas Blvd Las VegasNVUS
    Prices from $89Avg. price ~ $128Tickets Available: 163
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  • Born Of Osiris & Attila
    May
    20
    2024
    5:30 PM
    Mon
    Born Of Osiris & Attila
    Born Of Osiris & Attila
    Red Flag
    location63103, 3040 Locust Street  St. Louis, MO, USlocation63103, 3040 Locust Street St. LouisMOUS
    Prices from $68Avg. price ~ $17311 tickets remaining!
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  • Spite & Bodysnatcher
    May
    20
    2024
    6:00 PM
    Mon
    Spite & Bodysnatcher
    Irving Plaza | Capacity: 1025
    Irving Plaza
    location10003, 17 Irving Place  New York, NY, USlocation10003, 17 Irving Place New YorkNYUS
    Prices from $31Avg. price ~ $126Tickets Available: 81
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  • SiM
    May
    20
    2024
    6:00 PM
    Mon
    SiM
    Danforth Music Hall Theatre
    locationM4K 1N2, 147 Danforth Avenue  Toronto, ON, CAlocationM4K 1N2, 147 Danforth Avenue TorontoONCA
    Prices from $17Avg. price ~ $70Tickets Available: 80
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  • Erra
    May
    20
    2024
    6:00 PM
    Mon
    Erra
    The Grand At The Complex | Capacity: 850
    The Grand At The Complex
    location84101, 536W 100S  Salt Lake City, UT, USlocation84101, 536W 100S Salt Lake CityUTUS
    Prices from $201Avg. price ~ $26312 tickets remaining!
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  • Louden Swain
    May
    20
    2024
    6:00 PM
    Mon
    Louden Swain
    Mercury Lounge - NY | Capacity: 250
    Mercury Lounge - NY
    location10002, 217 East Houston Street  New York, NY, USlocation10002, 217 East Houston Street New YorkNYUS
    Prices from $45Avg. price ~ $15711 tickets remaining!
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  • From Ashes to New
    May
    20
    2024
    6:00 PM
    Mon
    From Ashes to New
    From Ashes to New
    House Of Blues - Cleveland
    location44114, 308 Euclid Avenue  Cleveland, OH, USlocation44114, 308 Euclid Avenue ClevelandOHUS
    Prices from $59Avg. price ~ $16545 tickets remaining!
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  • Young Medicine & Danny Blu
    May
    20
    2024
    6:00 PM
    Mon
    Young Medicine & Danny Blu
    Purgatory Stage at Masquerade - GA
    location30303, 75 MLK Jr Dr SW  Atlanta, GA, USlocation30303, 75 MLK Jr Dr SW AtlantaGAUS
    Prices from $25Avg. price ~ $7622 tickets remaining!
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  • EastVille Open Mic Spectacular
    May
    20
    2024
    6:00 PM
    Mon
    EastVille Open Mic Spectacular
    EastVille Comedy Club - Brooklyn
    location11217, 487 Atlantic Ave  Brooklyn, NY, USlocation11217, 487 Atlantic Ave BrooklynNYUS
    Prices from $73Avg. price ~ $1008 tickets remaining!
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  • Vale of Pnath
    May
    20
    2024
    6:00 PM
    Mon
    Vale of Pnath
    The Underground At Nile Theater
    location85201, 105 West Main Street  Mesa, AZ, USlocation85201, 105 West Main Street MesaAZUS
    Prices from $233Avg. price ~ $2693 tickets remaining!
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  • Asking Alexandria
    May
    20
    2024
    6:30 PM
    Mon
    Asking Alexandria
    Ace of Spades | Capacity: 1000
    Ace of Spades
    location95814, 1417 R Street  Sacramento, CA, USlocation95814, 1417 R Street SacramentoCAUS
    Prices from $49Avg. price ~ $6016 tickets remaining!
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  • In This Moment
    May
    20
    2024
    6:30 PM
    Mon
    In This Moment
    Marathon Music Works | Capacity: 1500
    Marathon Music Works
    location37203, 1402 Clinton St  Nashville, TN, USlocation37203, 1402 Clinton St NashvilleTNUS
    Prices from $50Avg. price ~ $9116 tickets remaining!
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  • B. Miles
    May
    20
    2024
    6:30 PM
    Mon
    B. Miles
    Moroccan Lounge
    location90012, 901 East 1st St  Los Angeles, CA, USlocation90012, 901 East 1st St Los AngelesCAUS
    Prices from $45Avg. price ~ $528 tickets remaining!
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  • Amon Amarth, Cannibal Corpse, Obituary & Frozen Soul
    May
    20
    2024
    6:30 PM
    Mon
    Amon Amarth, Cannibal Corpse, Obituary & Frozen Soul
    Bayou Music Center | Capacity: 2815
    Bayou Music Center
    location77002, 520 Texas Ave.  Houston, TX, USlocation77002, 520 Texas Ave. HoustonTXUS
    Prices from $65Avg. price ~ $124Tickets Available: 63
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  • Fleshwater
    May
    20
    2024
    6:30 PM
    Mon
    Fleshwater
    The Atlantis
    location20001, 2047 9th Street NW  Washington, DC, USlocation20001, 2047 9th Street NW WashingtonDCUS
    Prices from $91Avg. price ~ $12914 tickets remaining!
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  • Black Veil Brides
    May
    20
    2024
    6:30 PM
    Mon
    Black Veil Brides
    The Aztec Theatre | Capacity: 1477
    The Aztec Theatre
    location78205, 104 N St. Mary’s St  San Antonio, TX, USlocation78205, 104 N St. Mary’s St San AntonioTXUS
    Prices from $50Avg. price ~ $101Tickets Available: 126
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  • The Amity Affliction
    May
    20
    2024
    6:30 PM
    Mon
    The Amity Affliction
    The Fillmore - Detroit | Capacity: 2888
    The Fillmore - Detroit
    location48201, 2115 Woodward  Detroit, MI, USlocation48201, 2115 Woodward DetroitMIUS
    Prices from $25Avg. price ~ $83Tickets Available: 453
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  • Gary Clark Jr.
    May
    20
    2024
    6:30 PM
    Mon
    Gary Clark Jr.
    The Salt Shed Outdoors - Chicago
    location60642, 1357 North Elston Avenue  Chicago, IL, USlocation60642, 1357 North Elston Avenue ChicagoILUS
    Prices from $63Avg. price ~ $14627 tickets remaining!
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  • Tommy Castro
    May
    20
    2024
    6:30 PM
    Mon
    Tommy Castro
    Blue Note Hawaii
    location96815, 2335 Kalakaua Ave  Honolulu, HI, USlocation96815, 2335 Kalakaua Ave HonoluluHIUS
    Prices from $96Avg. price ~ $1266 tickets remaining!
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  • Legacy Show
    May
    20
    2024
    6:45 PM
    Mon
    Legacy Show
    Greg Rowles Legacy Theatre
    location29582, 701 Main Street  North Myrtle Beach, SC, USlocation29582, 701 Main Street North Myrtle BeachSCUS
    Prices from $83Avg. price ~ $11946 tickets remaining!
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  • Red Rum Club
    May
    20
    2024
    7:00 PM
    Mon
    Red Rum Club
    Kilby Court | Capacity: 200
    Kilby Court
    location84101, 741 Kilby Court  Salt Lake City, UT, USlocation84101, 741 Kilby Court Salt Lake CityUTUS
    Prices from $50Avg. price ~ $1338 tickets remaining!
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  • Drain
    May
    20
    2024
    7:00 PM
    Mon
    Drain
    Bowery Ballroom | Capacity: 575
    Bowery Ballroom
    location10002, 6 Delancey Street  New York, NY, USlocation10002, 6 Delancey Street New YorkNYUS
    Prices from $40Avg. price ~ $15410 tickets remaining!
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  • Microwave
    May
    20
    2024
    7:00 PM
    Mon
    Microwave
    Showbox SoDo | Capacity: 1500
    Showbox SoDo
    location98134, 1700 1st Ave S  Seattle, WA, USlocation98134, 1700 1st Ave S SeattleWAUS
    Prices from $47Avg. price ~ $7121 tickets remaining!
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  • Gary Meikle
    May
    20
    2024
    7:00 PM
    Mon
    Gary Meikle
    Zanies Comedy Night Club - Nashville
    location37204, 2025 8th Ave S  Nashville, TN, USlocation37204, 2025 8th Ave S NashvilleTNUS
    Prices from $78Avg. price ~ $9010 tickets remaining!
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  • Matt Friend, Matt Braunger & Dean Delray
    May
    20
    2024
    7:00 PM
    Mon
    Matt Friend, Matt Braunger & Dean Delray
    Matt Friend, Matt Braunger & Dean Delray
    The Peppermint Club
    location90048, 8713 Beverly Blvd  Los Angeles, CA, USlocation90048, 8713 Beverly Blvd Los AngelesCAUS
    Prices from $47Avg. price ~ $548 tickets remaining!
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  • Cindy Kaza
    May
    20
    2024
    7:00 PM
    Mon
    Cindy Kaza
    Funny Bone Comedy Club - Toledo
    location43551, 6140 Levis Commons Blvd  Perrysburg, OH, USlocation43551, 6140 Levis Commons Blvd PerrysburgOHUS
    Prices from $81Avg. price ~ $10212 tickets remaining!
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  • Pete Davidson
    May
    20
    2024
    7:00 PM
    Mon
    Pete Davidson
    Pikes Peak Center | Capacity: 2000
    Pikes Peak Center
    location80903, 190 South Cascade Ave  Colorado Springs, CO, USlocation80903, 190 South Cascade Ave Colorado SpringsCOUS
    Prices from $132Avg. price ~ $158Tickets Available: 80
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Robbie Williams Biography

Robert Peter Williams was born on 13 February 1974 in the “Royal Infirmary” hospital in Stoke-on-Trent. Until his third year, he lived with his parents Jan Williams and Pete Conway (stage name) and sister Sally above their own pub called “The Red Lion”. It was close to the Port Vale football stadium. When his parents divorced, Robbie moved with his sister, mother, and grandmother to another home in Stoke-on-Trent.
Robbie’s first school is the “Dolly’s Lane School”. Then he goes to “Millhill Primary School”. He then goes to the “Sixt Form College” of St. Margeret’s Ward, the local high school. Robbie also becomes a member of the local theater school. He plays in many musicals. Singing and acting are in his blood at a young age. He has his greatest role as “Dodger” in the musical “Oliver”.
When Robbie left school at the age of sixteen, he wanted to be an actor, but his first job was selling double glazing for a few local firms.

Take That

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Nigel Martin Smith, the manager of the future boy band Take That, places an advertisement in “The Sun”. It was Robbie’s mother who encouraged him to respond. During the auditions, Robbie had to sing a song from “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” and “Nothing Can Divide Us” by Jason Donovan. After three or four weeks he was informed that he had been hired. The creation of "Take That" was a fact.
Take That recorded a number of songs in 1990 and started a tour of schools and clubs. The first real performance of "Take That" was in the nightclub “Flicks” in Huddersfield, for about 30 people. The first real television appearance was in the television program “The Hit Man and Her”, presented by Pete Waterman and Michaela Strachan.

In July 1991 the first single “Do What You Like” was released. The song reached the 82nd position on the charts in England. Their next two singles “Promises” and “Once You’ve tasted love” later that year achieved 38th and 47th positions. The boys almost wanted to give up when the next single “It Only Takes a Minute” reached the 7th position. Their debut album “Take That & Party” was released in August 1992 and reached 2nd place in the album charts. Also in August came the single, with Robbie singing the lead vocals for the first time, “I Found Heaven” reached the 15th position. Successively from the same album “Take That & party” came the singles “A Million Love Songs”, “Could It Be Magic” and “Why Can’t I Wake Up with You” and reached 7th, 3rd, and 2nd place in the charts.
The following album “Everything Changes” was released in 1993. The first single to be released from this album is “Pray”, and took the highest position on the hit list. More number 1 hits will follow from the same album. Namely “Relight my fire”, “Babe” and “Everything changes”. The single “Love ain’t here anymore” achieved the 3rd position in the charts.

The last album that Robbie will be working on within Take That before he leaves the band will be released in 1995. The album is called “Nobody Else”. The singles “Sure,” Back for Good “and” Never Forget “all reached 1st place in the charts.” Back for Good “also breaks all records in music history. It has become the best-selling, non-charitable single all the time.

1995 - 2004

Robbie leaves Take That on July 17, 1995. He felt trapped within the band. “We are told how we should look, what we can say and not and how we should behave,” says Robbie. “I can never be myself”. After Robbie has left the band things go downhill with him. He ended up in the world of alcohol and drugs. It is said that the Take That contract prevented solo projects from being done after a break with the band.


After a number of lawsuits with his then record company “BMG” Robbie held a press conference on June 27, 1996. This starts with the words; “I’m here tonight to celebrate my freedom.” He underlines this by releasing the George Michael cover “Freedom” to his new record company “Chrystal Records” on July 29. The single reaches the 2nd place in the charts in England.


On April 14, 1997, he releases his second solo single “Old before I die”. This also achieved 2nd place on the charts. Robbie still has a drinking and drug problem. On the advice of George Michael and Elton John, he signs up at “Clouds House Drink and Drug Rehabilitation Clinic in Salisbury, Wilstshire. He stays there for 4 weeks to get rid of his problems. He comes out with a new haircut and some pounds lighter.
Robbie releases two more singles, “Lazy days” and “South of the border” from the solo debut album “Life thru a lens”. Then comes the real success. The mega hit “Angels” will be released in December. Every day Robbie receives thousands of fans from all over Europe and Asia. Everyone is now convinced that Robbie is not the umpteenth-day fly.


After the successful first solo album, Robbie released a second album; “I’ve been expecting you”. The success is smiling at Robbie. Every single that comes out of the album is a great success. In America, Robbie released the album “The ego has landed”. This is an album with a number of songs from the two previous albums on it. But the success does not really get off the ground in America.
However, there is success again in Europe and Asia with the following album “Sing when you’re winning”. Especially the song “Rock Dj” is a huge hit.


At the end of 2001, Robbie released an album of a completely different genre. Namely the album “Swing when your winning”. It is an album with mainly covers of old songs from artists for which Robbie has great admiration. Although this CD sounds very different from what Robbie has released so far, this album is again a resounding success.


It is now the end of 2002. Robbie has delivered another great album; “Escapology”. It doesn’t stop with the success. The album is still high in the album charts at the end of the summer of 2003. This is also evident from the concert tour Robbie makes during the summer. Many sold-out stadiums with crazy fans.


Back in England, Robbie plays three concerts in Knebworth for a total of 375,000 crazy fans. A few weeks after this concert Robbie releases a live album. The album is called “What we did last summer”. This album again ensures record sales. When Robbie also releases a DVD of the concerts on 24 November, it becomes even more apparent how popular he is. This DVD also breaks all sales figures around the world. In England, it will even be the fastest-selling DVD ever!

2004

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2004

At the beginning of 2004, the singer is silent for a while. However, Robbie has a lot on the program for this year. He works with a small role in the movie “De-Lovely”. It is a musical about the life of the legendary Cole Porter with Kevin Kline in the lead. The film will be shown in European cinemas on 11 November. Robbie’s acting debut has made a great impression on a number of directors. There is even a director who would like to see him in the lead role of the next film.
In April there is a rumor that 'Take That' will meet again for a while. This should happen around December at Christmas. It is reported that it will be something very special. Robbie, however, says that if there is a reunion, this will certainly not be in his presence.
Robbie will release a biography with the title “Feel” on 1 September.


Robbie releases a “Greatest Hits” album on October 18. The collector contains 19 numbers. It is striking that the album contains no songs from “Swing when you’re winning”. Robbie chose this because he thinks that album is “a very different career”. There are two completely new songs on it, namely “Radio” and “Misunderstood”. These are released consecutively on October 4 and December 6. The single “Do they know it’s Christmas?” Will be released on November 29. of Band Aid 20 in stores. Robbie also makes his contribution here. Like the previous versions, the proceeds are intended for the famine in Africa.


To promote his “Greatest Hits” album, Robbie travels to Latin America and Europe. On December 9 he appears in the Dutch program “Pulse” by Reinout Oerlemans for an interview and the singing of “Feel” and “Misunderstood”. Only a small number of people could be present and tickets could only be obtained through a Yorin competition.
In the meantime, Robbie is also working hard on a new studio album. This is expected in mid-2005.

2005

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2005

In January Robbie is nominated with “Angels” for a special Brit Award: Best song of the past 25 years. He won the award on 9 February. Among other things, the award goes beyond the nose of the Queen.

Robbie lends his voice to the British cartoon “The Magic Roundabout”. He takes care of the voice of the long-haired dog “Dougal”. The premiere of the cartoon will take place on January 30.

In May a new wax Robbie is unveiled at Madame Tussaud in London. The fans may even kiss the image and when it is a good kiss his eyes will twinkle and a photo of the kiss will be shown on a large plasma screen.


Live 8 will take place on 2 July. At various locations concerts of various great artists around the world take place. Robbie performs at Hyde Park in London and sings four songs: Let me entertain you, Angels, Feel and We will rock you.
Robbie also enters into an 18-month partnership with T-Mobile in July. The telephone company will, among other things, make exclusive offers such as live streaming, VIP tickets, and downloads.

On September 5, Rob’s first single “Tripping” from the “Intensive Care” album will premiere on the radio. A month later the single will be in the record stores. The single is again very different from what Robbie is used to, but it is swallowed like a piece of cake.
On September 29, Robbie starts a promotional tour for his album “Intensive Care”, to be released on October 24, Robbie provides intimate performances in London and Paris. And it is also the Netherlands’ turn on 5 October in Paradiso in Amsterdam. Through, among other things, competitions, fans have the opportunity to attend the concert.
The day before the Paradiso performance Robbie is a guest in Paul de Leeuw’s “Pauls Parenavond” program. A small number of fans can be present at the recordings. Robbie has a lot of fun with Paul and is very impressed by swimmer Inge de Bruijn. He invites both to the performance in Paradiso.


On October 9, Robbie presents his brand new album in the Velodrom, Berlin, Germany. 23 theaters across Europe broadcast the presentation live on large screens. In the Netherlands, the presentation was broadcast in the Heineken Music Hall. Before the performance, Robbie breaks his arm during a game of soccer with a local Berlin soccer team. During the performance, Robbie is in a lot of pain, but despite everything, it turns into a great show that is broadcast on TV in many countries later in the year.

On October 19, Robbie enters the Dutch Top 40 with “Tripping” on one. This means a second number-one hit in the Netherlands since “Feel”.
Intensive Care works well throughout Europe. In no fewer than twelve countries the album is at the highest position on the album charts.


The long-awaited ticket sale for the 2006 tour is announced on November 1. For members of the online fan club “Inner Sanctum”, ticket sales begin on November 9, after which regular sales start on November 19. A true rush is a result of the Inner Sanctum. The site is overloaded, but luckily this is resolved in the afternoon and everyone still gets tickets.
On November 18, the real die-hard fans will be at the post office for ticket sales the next day around 5 p.m. The planned first and second concerts are sold out in twenty minutes. A third and fourth concert will follow. These too are sold out in no time and Robbie sets a record with this.


Take That comes together again. They released a new greatest hits album and DVD and will tour England in 2006. Robbie only cooperates with a documentary on the DVD.
They are crazy about the RTL 4 television program “RTL Boulevard” because Robbie is a guest. December 8 is the day. A select number of guests can be present, including some lucky fans who had won a competition.
From 12 December there is a completely new official site online with exclusive films, etc. for the fan club members.

2006 - 2020

In February Robbie invested 400,000 euros in his favorite football club Port Vale FC. The football club hopes to secure its future with this money. In March Robbie wins a German Echo Award for the best international singer category for the fifth time in a row. This month it was also announced that the planned concerts during the Close Encounters tour cannot take place at Wembley Stadium. This news causes panic among the fans, but it soon becomes known that the concerts have been moved to Milton Keynes.

In April Robbie starts his Close Encounters tour with four concerts in South Africa and the United Arab Emirates. He opens the show, as he does all his shows this year, with the song Radio. In total, around 150,000 fans have the evening of their lives during these shows. That promises what kind of concerts are still to come!


For months it has been speculated whether Robbie will appear on stage during the Take That concerts. At the end of April, it will become apparent that during the shows the singer is projected as a hologram on a giant screen at the song ‘Could it be magic'.
In May, Robbie becomes the godfather of Micky, the baby of his best friend Jonathan Wilkes.
“Soccer aid” is being organized on May 27 at the Old Trafford football stadium in England. The proceeds of the competition will go to Unicef. England’s former national coach, Terry Venables, takes on the coaching duties for his native country. On the field, he can have Robbie as captain of the team. Our own Dutch Ruud Gullit is at the helm of the other team that plays under the name “The Rest of The World”. Both teams have eleven international celebrities and five World Cup Legends. The competition is won by Robbie’s team and the event ultimately brings in $ 2 million for Unicef.


Sin Sin Sin, the third single from Robbie’s Intensive Care will be in stores from May 22. In the Netherlands, the single manages to take the 9th position in the Top 40. The number is less well received in England. The single does not exceed the 22nd position.
Robbie will kick off his Close Encounters summer tour in Dublin on 9 June. Robbie experiences the opening concert as a disappointment due to a number of setbacks and promises his Irish fans a free concert. His next two concerts are at the King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels. It is the turn of the Amsterdam ArenA in the Netherlands on 21.22, 24, and 25. Most reviewers are generally positive. The fans were also extremely enthusiastic but found that these concerts could not match the 2003 concerts. Many more concerts follow in Europe and Robbie always seems to feel at ease. During all his shows, he is accompanied by his best friend Jonathan Wilkes. Together they sing ‘Me and my shadow’ and ‘Strong’ and hold a football match in connection with the World Cup.


At the end of July, it will be announced that the piece of rap he raps during his concerts will become the new single ‘Rudebox’. It is also announced that this song will be released this year on a new album with an unknown title. The singer describes the style as ‘naughty electro-funk pop with deep bass. The single ‘Rudebox’ was released on September 4 and is received with great criticism, especially in England. Nevertheless, the number achieved the fourth position in both the Netherlands and England.
The former manager of Robbie in the Take That day, Nigel Martin-Smith, threatens to sue Robbie if he does not change the original lyrics of the song ‘The 90’s’ on his new album ‘Rudebox’. In the song, Robbie sings that he wants to reach out to the manager’s eyes. To prevent problems, the lyrics of the song are adjusted.


Giving all concerts is starting to take its toll. In September it is decided to cancel the concerts in Asia due to “stress and exhaustion”.
The ‘Rudebox’ album will be released on October 23rd. As with the single of the same name, the English press is not enthusiastic. Despite the criticism, the album did reach the number 1 position in the album list, and in the Netherlands, the album became platinum before it appeared.

The second single ‘Lovelight’ will be released on November 13. In both England and the Netherlands the number reaches the eighth place in the single charts. The DVD ‘And through it all – Robbie Williams Live 1997 – 2006’ will be released on the same day. The DVD contains a collection of ten years of live performances.
Robbie ends his Close Encounters tour on December 18 in Melbourne, Australia.


Robbie Williams will celebrate 25 years of music with the XXV Tour of the UK and Ireland in October 2022, following a headline slot at BBC Radio 2 Live in Leeds. He will then take the tour across Europe in early 2023, and to Australia and New Zealand that November.

Robie-Williams-2020
Robie Williams 2020