Robbie Williams tickets on sale today – ticket details

Singer will play three nights at London's O2 Arena in November

Robbie Williams tickets on sale today – ticket details

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Tickets for Robbie Williams' three stadium shows in November went on sale today (October 9).

The singer and former Take That man will play three nights at London's O2, which will be his only UK shows for the rest of this year.

Williams' show is set to feature material from his forthcoming ninth solo album 'Take the Crown', which is set for release on November 5. His new single 'Candy' is released on October 29.

Robbie Williams will play:

London O2 Arena (November 22, 23 and 24)

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