Spoiler AlertRobbie Williams Returns With The Heavy Entertainment Tour


Robbie Williams started his new tour with an emotional night Manchester yesterday. The English singer is touring this summer with his Heavy Entertainment Show through Europe. The tour started yesterday in the Etihad Stadium in Manchester. Let's have a first look to see what kind of entertainment you can expect!

This week was announced that Robbie Williams will also perform at the Ariana Grande Benefit concert in Manchester this Sunday. Robbie Williams was in Manchester yesterday as well for the opening night of his summer tour. The reactions on his first show are very positive, fans call it an emotional and amazing night. He was playing in the Etihad stadium to 50000 fans. 

While looking at the setlist and reactions, you can expect a classic Robbie Williams show with a lot of entertainment. Both new and old songs passed by, from 'Rudebox' to 'Monsoon' and 'Love My Life'. Williams also did an A cappella medley with songs like 'Livin' On A Prayer', 'Take on Me', 'Rehab' and 'Old Before I Die'.

During the show he remembered and discussed the Manchester attacks. As he took the stage, he announced: 'We Are Manchester, and we are not fucking scared!'He also remembered the victims of the attack and broke down in tears during Angels. The lyrics from 'Strong' were changed to 'Manchester, you're strong', to support the city after the attack. 

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Watch the fan shooted footage of the emotional performance of 'Angels' below. Robbie struggles to sing the song, after dedicating it to the victims of the Manchester attack.


This was the setlist of the show in Manchester, June 2th.

The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour 2017

It's a gonna be a summer full of Robbie Williams in Europe. Check out the tourdata for The Heavy Entertainment Show Tour: 
6/3 – Etihad Stadium, Manchester, UK 

6/6 – St. Mary’s Stadium, Southampton, UK 
6/9 – Bt Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, UK 
6/13 – Ricoh Stadium, Coventry, UK 
6/17 – Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Ireland 
6/21 – Principality Stadium, Cardiff, UK 
6/23 – London Stadium, London, UK 
6/26 – DDV Stadion, Dresden, Germany 
6/28 – Esperit Arena, Düsseldorf, Germany 
7/1 – Accorhotels Arena, Paris, France
7/4 – Goffertpark, Nijmegen, Netherlands 
7/8 – Werchter, Belgium 
7/11 - HDI Arena, Hannover, Germany 
7/14 – Stadio Bentegodi, Verona, Italy 
7/15 – Lucca Summer Festival, Lucca, Italy 
7/17 – Collisioni Festival, Barolo, Italy 
7/19 – Commerzbank Arena, Frankfurt, Germany
 7/22 – Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany
7/25 – Waldbühne, Berlin, Germany 
7/26 – Waldbühne, Berlin, Germany 
7/29 – Tele 2 Arena, Stockholm, Sweden
8/1 – Granåsen Arena, Trondheim, Norway 
8/4 – Bergenhus Frotress & Castle, Bergen, Norway 
8/7 – Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark 
8/10 – Ratina Stadium, Tampere, Finland 
8/16 – Vingis Park, Vilnius, Lithuania 
8/19 – Airport Letnany, Pragy, Czech Republic
8/23 – Groupama Arena, Budapest, Hungary 
8/26 – Ernst Happel Stadium, Vienna, Austria 
8/29 – Wörthersee Stadium, Klagenfurt, Austria 
9/2 – Letzigrund Stadium, Zurich, Switserland 
9/7 – Ledovi Dvorets Palace, St Petersburg, Russia 
9/10 - Olympiski, Moscow, Russia

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