The star definitely plays before 60,000 at the Milton Keynes Bowl - as NME.COM revealed first...

Following yesterday’s (November 14) revelation that ROBBIE WILLIAMS is set to play the MILTON KEYNES BOWL during July, NME.COM can now exclusively confirm that the star will perform the 60,000 capacity stadium on July 21.

Additional dates may also be added if the gig sells well.

Speaking to NME.COM this morning (November 15), Phil Winsor, the Chief Environmental Health Officer for Milton Keynes Council, the man ultimately responsible for the granting of a licence for the show said: “It looks like Milton Keynes will be entertained by Robbie in July. Our staff are getting in a tizzy already.”


It also emerged that Williams will be joined by three other acts on the bill. Unconfirmed speculation has named Stereophonics as one of the three.

Meanwhile, Bon Jovi are also being mooted as likely to perform at the venue in August.


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