Robbie Williams reschedules Abu Dhabi gig

Find out why Robbie Williams changed the date of his concert in the UAE

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Robbie Williams has changed the date of his Let me Entertain you tour concert in Abu Dhabi.

The former Take That singer shifted the event from Sunday 26 April to Saturday 25 April in order to accommodate for fans travelling from surrounding areas such as Dubai and the other emirates.

Robbie, 41, has played shows in Spain and France this month, with more in Lithuania, Latvia, Russia, Belarus, Austria, Slovakia and Poland in April. However the British star has kindly rearranged his tight schedule In order to better accommodate for fans eager to make his performance.

“FLASH Entertainment today announces that Robbie Williams has shifted his tour schedule plans and will now perform in Abu Dhabi on Saturday April 25 to accommodate the weekend for his regional fans,” a statement read. “Despite a busy tour schedule and numerous engagements, Robbie has worked hard to come in earlier and perform for his regional fans at the du Arena, Yas Island Abu Dhabi. Fans can now plan their weekend on Yas Island to stay, play and party and enjoy great weekend packages.”


It won’t take much effort for those expecting to attend on the Sunday to get prepared for the fresh weekend plans. They won’t have to get new documents for entry.

“Fans who have already purchased tickets to the Robbie Williams Let Me Entertain You Tour for the Sunday show do not need to change their tickets and can use their existing ticket at the gates on Saturday April 25,” the statement continued. “For any questions, fans can contact”


If you’re considering going to the show, now you can plan your weekend on Yas Island to stay, play and party and perhaps enjoy weekend packages.

Robbie – who is a father-of-two – was in Take That from 1990 to 1995 when he left to pursue a solo career. He then rejoined during their comeback from 2009 to 2012.

The band only has three members now from their original five, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, after Jason Orange departed last year.

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