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The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour
Tour by Robbie Williams
Robbie-williams-the-heavy-entertainment-show-tour-2017-poster-1478522933.jpg
Associated album The Heavy Entertainment Show
Start date 1 June 2017
End date 7 March 2018
Legs 2
No. of shows 32 in Europe
10 in Oceania
42 in Total
Supporting act(s) Erasure
Box office $62 million (31 shows)[1]
Robbie Williams concert chronology

The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour[2] is the twelfth concert tour by British recording artist Robbie Williams, to support his album The Heavy Entertainment Show. The tour begins in England and will travel throughout Europe in Summer 2017.

Background

Robbie has revealed the full list of his 2017 European tour dates. Speaking at a packed press conference, he announced that The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour will begin in June and will visit the UK, Ireland, Germany, France, The Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Switzerland and Russia. The British band Erasure is the opening act at all the concerts in Europe.

Set list

  1. "God Bless Our Robbie" (to the tune of "Land of Hope and Glory") (intro)
  2. "The Heavy Entertainment Show"
  3. "Let Me Entertain You"
  4. "Monsoon" (contained excerpts of "Y.M.C.A.")
  5. "Party Like a Russian"
  6. "Minnie the Moocher" (European leg only)
  7. "The Flood" (Take That song)
  8. "Freedom! 90" (George Michael cover)
  9. "Love My Life"
  10. A Cappella Section:
    1. "Livin' On a Prayer"
    2. "Take on Me"
    3. "Rehab"
    4. "The Best"
    5. "Kiss"
    6. "Don't You Want Me"
    7. "Stayin' Alive"
    8. "U Can't Touch This"
    9. "She's the One"
    10. "Old Before I Die"
    11. "Candy"
    12. "Here Comes the Hotstepper"
    13. "You're the One That I Want"
    14. "Come Undone"
    15. "Everything Changes"
    16. "Back for Good"
  11. "Come Undone"
  12. "Never Forget" (Take That song)
  13. " Millennium" (European leg only)
  14. "Somethin' Stupid"
  15. "Rudebox"
  16. "Kids"
  17. "Sweet Caroline" (Neil Diamond cover)
  18. "Motherfucker"
  19. "Hey Jude" (The Beatles cover)
  20. "Seven Nation Army" (White Stripes cover) (European leg only)
  21. "Feel"
  22. "Rock DJ"
  23. "Strong"
  24. "Angels"
  25. "My Way" (Frank Sinatra cover)

Tour dates

List of concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening act, tickets sold, amount of available tickets, and gross revenue
Date City Country Venue Opening act Attendance Revenue
Europe[3]
1 June 2017 Manchester England Etihad Stadium Erasure
2 June 2017
6 June 2017 Southampton St Mary's Stadium
9 June 2017 Edinburgh Scotland Murrayfield Stadium
13 June 2017 Coventry England Ricoh Stadium
17 June 2017 Dublin Ireland Aviva Stadium
21 June 2017 Cardiff Wales Principality Stadium
23 June 2017 London England London Stadium
26 June 2017 Dresden Germany DDV-Stadium
28 June 2017 Düsseldorf Esprit Arena
1 July 2017 Paris France AccorHotels Arena
4 July 2017 Nijmegen Netherlands Goffertpark
8 July 2017 Werchter Belgium Festivalpark
11 July 2017 Hanover Germany HDI Arena
14 July 2017 Verona Italy Stadio Bentegodi
15 July 2017 Lucca Piazza Napoleone
17 July 2017 Barolo Collisioni Festival
19 July 2017 Frankfurt Germany Commerzbank-Arena
22 July 2017 Munich Olympiastadion
25 July 2017 Berlin Waldbühne
26 July 2017
29 July 2017 Stockholm Sweden Tele2 Arena
1 August 2017 Trondheim Norway Granåsen Arena
4 August 2017 Bergen Bergenhus Fortress
7 August 2017 Copenhagen Denmark Parken Stadium
10 August 2017 Tampere Finland Ratina Stadium
16 August 2017 Vilnius Lithuania Vingis Park
19 August 2017 Prague Czech Republic Airport Letnany
23 August 2017 Budapest Hungary Groupama Arena
26 August 2017 Vienna Austria Ernst-Happel-Stadion
29 August 2017 Klagenfurt Wörthersee Stadion
2 September 2017 Zurich Switzerland Stadion Letzigrund
Oceania[2]
12 February 2018 Auckland New Zealand Spark Arena
17 February 2018 Dunedin Forsyth Barr Stadium
20 February 2018 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
24 February 2018 Melbourne Rod Laver Arena
25 February 2018
27 February 2018 Sydney Qudos Bank Arena
1 March 2018
3 March 2018[a] Geelong Mt Dundeed Estate N/A N/A N/A
4 March 2018[b] Adelaide Adelaide Street Circuit
7 March 2018 Perth Perth Arena
Total

Cancelled shows

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, opening acts and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
7 September 2017 Saint Petersburg Russia Ice Palace Due to illness[4]
10 September 2017 Moscow Olympic Stadium

Notes

  1. ^ The 3 March 2018 concert at Mt Dundeed Estate in Geelong is part of the A Day On The Green.
  2. ^ The 4 March 2018 concert at Adelaide Street Circuit in Adelaide is part of the Adelaide 500.

References

External links

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