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Saturday 10 October 2015

Robbie Williams announces tour

Published 26/11/2012

Robbie Williams
Robbie Williams

Robbie Williams got "such a buzz" from performing this year that he will put on a European tour in 2013.

The star announced he will be doing a 15 date stadium tour across Europe on his website today.

The former Take That member will begin his series of shows, the first for over six years, in Manchester City Stadium in June 2013.

"I've got such a buzz out of playing live again this year," Robbie explained. "The shows we have done have reminded me how special it is to play my songs in front of a huge audience, with all the excitement and adrenaline that it can bring. Bring on 2013!!"

Robbie will then visit Glasgow's Hampden Park before travelling to London's Wembley Stadium for two nights at the end of June. The star follows his UK dates with appearances in cities including Vienna, Copenhagen, Mila, Brussels and Munich. Robbie will finish the tour on August 20 at the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds in Tallinn.

The announcement comes after the sell out success of Robbie's recent three shows at London's O2 Arena.

Tickets for the 2013 dates will go on sale on Friday November 30 at 9am in the UK. Robbie will be supported by former UK X Factor contestant and pop star Olly Murs.

Robbie will release his new single Different on Island Records on December 17.

Full list of Robbie's 2013 summer tour dates:

June 19 & 21: Etihad Stadium, Manchester

June 25: Hampden Park, Glasgow

June 29 & 30: Wembley Stadium, London

July 10: Veltins-Arena, Gelsenkirchen

July 13: Amsterdam Arena

July 17: Krieau, Vienna

July 20: Ullevi, Gothenburg

July 22: Parken, Copenhagen

July 27: AWD-Arena, Hannover

July 31: Stadio San Siro, Milan

August 3: Koning Boudewijnstadion, Brussels

August 7: Olympiastadion, Munich

August 11: Mercedes-Benz Arena, Stuttgart

August 16: Stadion Letzigrund, Zurich

August 20: Tallinn Song Festival Grounds, Tallinn

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