Robbie Williams 'Let Me Entertain You' Australian Tour 2015 @ RAC Arena

Robbie Williams 'Let Me Entertain You' Australian...
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(UPDATED) Sept. 11, 2015

With only five weeks to go until Robbie Williams hits the stage for the first show on his Let Me Entertain You tour at Perth Arena on 9 October, Chugg Entertainment are pleased to confirm that Lawson will join Robbie on all the Australian and New Zealand dates.

Since its announcement in May the response to the Let Me Entertain You tour has been incredible with second shows added in Perth, Adelaide, Sydney and Melbourne within minutes of tickets going on sale. In early July, a third Melbourne show on 24 October was also added to the tour run.

Special guests on the tour are UK four-piece Lawson. Named after the surgeon that saved the life of lead singer Andy Brown, Lawson recently returned from a yearlong break with their new single, Roads, released in Australia in March 2015. The second single from the band’s upcoming self- titled album, Under the Sun, is being serviced to Australian radio next Monday (14 September) and the album will be released on 9 October.

Tickets to all shows are on sale now and selling extremely quickly! Be quick or miss out!



(UPDATED) 06-July-2015

Friday 9 October 2015
Saturday 10 October 2015
Perth Arena, Perth, WA

Tuesday 13 October 2015
Wednesday 14 October 2015
Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide, SA

Saturday 17 October
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD

Thursday 22 October 2015
Friday 23rd October 2015 – SOLD OUT
Saturday 24 October 2015 – NEW SHOW JUST ANNOUNCED
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC

Tuesday 27 October 2015
Wednesday 28 October 2015
Allphones Arena, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW



Chugg Entertainment are thrilled to announce the details of Robbie Williams' upcoming Let Me Entertain You Tour, which is heading to Australia and New Zealand this October, as revealed by the superstar himself last month. Robbie Williams was last in Australia in 2014 for The Swing Tour Live, which saw him perform to sell-out arenas across the country, delighting fans that had waited eight long years for him to return down under. The Swing Tour was something of a departure from Robbie’s juggernaut 2006 Close Encounters world tour, which saw the pop superstar perform his biggest hits to over 500,000 Aussies in stadiums across the country.

This time around Robbie will return to Australia armed with his biggest hits, a glittering collection of fan favourites and a handful of unique covers. The aptly-named Let Me Entertain You Tour boasts a set-list perfected over a career spanning two decades at the very pinnacle of pop and includes 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.

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

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Robbie Williams Previous Events, Festivals & Tour dates

2018

An Evening on the Green 22 February, Adelaide Street Circuit 04 March, QUDOS Bank Arena 01 March, Rod Laver Arena 25 February, RAC Arena 07 March, A Day on the Green 03 March, QUDOS Bank Arena 28 February, Rod Laver Arena 24 February, Brisbane Entertainment Centre 20 February

2016
2015

Rod Laver Arena (Lawson) 24 October, Sydney Allphones Arena (Lawson) 28 October, Rod Laver Arena (Lawson) 23 October, Adelaide Entertainment Centre (Lawson) 14 October, Sydney Allphones Arena (Lawson) 27 October, Rod Laver Arena (Lawson) 22 October, Brisbane Entertainment Centre (Lawson) 17 October, Adelaide Entertainment Centre (Lawson) 13 October, RAC Arena (Lawson) 09 October

2014

Sydney Allphones Arena 17 September, Sydney Allphones Arena 27 September, Brisbane Entertainment Centre 22 September, Rod Laver Arena 16 September, RAC Arena 11 September

2009
2006

Patersons Stadium 01 December, Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) 10 December, Suncorp Stadium 14 December, Etihad Stadium 18 December, Etihad Stadium 17 December, Suncorp Stadium 13 December, Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) 09 December, AAMI Stadium 05 December, Patersons Stadium 30 November