Robbie Williams returns to Dublin in two weeks to play a concert to honour his promise of a one off show for Irish fans after technical hitches marred his 2006 Croke Park concert.
Williams will play Dublin’s O2 on September 14 for a gig “in recognition of the fantastic support and loyalty shown towards him by his Irish fans.” with all proceeds going to UNICEF, Ireland and Childline Ireland.
The last time he played Dublin was at Croke Park in 2006 as part of his Close Encounters tour. After an onstage technical malfunction he promised the crowd he’d return to play a one-off concert.
Fans are invited from Tuesday 28th August until midnight Sunday 2nd September to pre-register their interest via tickets.robbiewilliams.com
On Monday 3rd September, names will then be selected at random using proven Ticketmaster ballot software to ensure fair allocation of tickets. All successful applicants will be notified that they are being given the chance to purchase tickets by midday on Tuesday 4th September.
Tickets are priced at between €35.00 - €45.00.
This is a paperless event. Successful applicants will not receive paper tickets for this event and will need to present the credit/debit card used to purchase tickets as well as a valid photo ID (such as a driver's license or passport) at entrance.