On the eve of tickets for the star's Euro tour going on sale, devotees are urged to buy from official outlets like NME.COM...
Promoters of ROBBIE WILLIAMS forthcoming English dates are warning fans not to buy tickets from unofficial outlets.
Williams recently announced a 15-date tour of Europe in the summer, which will see him play in front of almost one million people. The star also confirmed two huge shows at Knebworth in Hertfordshire, when he will attempt to better the 250,000 people brought in by Oasis for two shows there in the summer of 1996.
Williams will open the tour with two shows in Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium on June 28 and 29. After shows in northern Europe taking Austria, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark and Sweden – as well as Knebworth on August 2 and 3 – he’ll close the tour in Dublin’s Phoenix Park on August 9.
However, the English promoters of the tour, Metropolis Music, have issued a statement advising fans to buy tickets from official outlets only. They allege that some outlets are claiming to have tickets already on sale for inflated prices.
Bob Angus, MD of Metropolis Music said: “Anyone claiming to sell tickets before Saturday is giving false information to fans and the public should be aware of this. To avoid disappointment, fans are advised to buy Robbie Williams tickets from official outlets only from Saturday 23rd November at 9am.”
Tickets for tour go on sale tomorrow (November 23) at 9am, priced £35.
Tickets will be available from NME.COM by [url=]clicking here, or calling the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663. Calls are charged at national standard rate.