Robbie Williams performs his only show in Baltics in Vilnius, Lithuania TODAY, August 16, at the Vingio Park within his 2017 European stadium tour – “The Heavy Entertainment Show”. Robbie has promised to deliver an impressive and entertaining show according to the best traditions of his shows. During “The Heavy Entertainment Show” tour Williams will perform in 18 countries delivering 29 shows.
The tour’s special guests are the famous British pop duo “Erasure” who are widely known for their legendary hits “Always”, “A Little Respect”, “Love to Hate You”, “Sometimes”, “Oh L’amour”.
“The Heavy Entertainment Show” tour will follow a new studio album of the same name that is already the 11th Robbie’s studio album. The first single “Party Like a Russian” was released at the end of September and featured Latvian men choir “Gaudeamus”. The song itself was recorded in April last year when Robbie Williams was in Riga performing a show in Arena Riga.
Robbie Williams is considered to be one of the best entertainers. Each of his shows is a celebration and his positive hooligan’s image has become his business card.
British newspaper “Daily Star” wrote about the new tour and album: “Don’t worry, the only “heavy” thing about this peace is Robbie’s attitude – lyrics are saturated with dark humor, musical beats fly in different directions and, again, he loves life! “Love My Life” in the sense of quality is the second “Millenium”, but “Sensational” is as sensational as “Rock DJ”. If you love Robbie let him entertain you. And get ready for heavy singing as next summer Robbie Williams will heavily tour Europe performing in stadiums and biggest venues!”
During his 2013 tour “The Take the Crown Stadium Tour” Robbie Williams performed in Tallinn, Estonia at the Tallinn Song Festival Grounds. This particular show was live-streamed in numerous cinemas in Europe and was called “The Experience: Live from Tallinn”. On 5 December 2014 the concert recorded in Estonia was released on Blu-ray/DVD, called “Robbie Williams – Live in Tallinn”.
Ticket price: 69 euro, fan zone ticket – 99 euro. VIP ticket – 299 euro.