ROBBIE’S ‘…WINNING’ RUN

And find out how you can get tickets...

ROBBIE WILLIAMS has announced details of a European tour for 2001 – including dates in the UK and IRELAND.

As previously revealed on NME.COM, Williams will play the Milton Keynes Bowl on July 21, but has now announced details of a series of European shows throughout February and March.

Williams has also announced details of two Irish dates at Dublin Lansdowne Road (July 6-7) Cardiff Millennium Stadium (July 14), Manchester Old Trafford (July 28) and Glasgow Hampden Park (August 4).

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The tour itinerary so far is:

Stockholm Isstadion (February 12)

Copenhagen Forum (14)

Hamburg Sporthalle (17)

Berlin Velodrome (19)

Dusseldorf Philipshalle (20)

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Stuttgart Schleyerhalle (21)

Paris Zenith (23)

Nuremburg Arena (March 3)

Frankfurt Festhalle (4)

Brussels Forest National (March 5)

Bielefeld Seidenstickerhalle (7)

Rotterdam Ahoy (8)

Zurich Hallenstadium (11)

Vienna Stadthalle (13)

Munich Olympiahalle (14)

Rotterdam Ahoy (16)

Dublin Lansdowne Road (July 6-7)

Cardiff Millennium Stadium

(July 14)

Milton Keynes Bowl (July 21)

Manchester Old Trafford (July 28)

Glasgow Hampden Park (August 4)

Details on ticket availability can be found on the official Robbie Williams website, [url=]www.robbiewilliams.com

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