Robbie Williams announced his new album XXV, which was out on 9 September. The record features many of his greatest hits and fan favourites, all re-recorded and newly orchestrated with the Metropole Orkest. Opening with two nights at London’s The O2, the autumn arena tour will be a joyous celebration of Robbie’s 25 years as a solo artist. The tour will then take in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, and Dublin.

The full list of remaining tour dates are:

  • 21 October – AO Arena, Manchester
  • 22 October – AO Arena, Manchester
  • 24 October – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • 25 October – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • 26 October – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • 27 October – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • 29 October – 3Arena, Dublin

As well as featuring countless No.1 smash hit singles which have been newly orchestrated by Jules Buckley, Guy Chambers, and Steve Sidwell, and re-recorded with the acclaimed Metropole Orkest in The Netherlands, XXV also features several brand new tracks. Both the standard and deluxe albums will include what is sure to be an instant classic, ‘Lost’, while the deluxe album will feature three more original tracks – ‘Disco Symphony’, ‘More Than This’, and ‘The World And Her Mother’. The new version of ‘Angels’ was released last week and was performed by Robbie during the half-time show at this year’s Soccer Aid, which took place on Sunday.

The track listing for XXV also includes the iconic songs ‘Let Me Entertain You’, ‘Millennium’, ‘Strong’, ‘No Regrets’, ‘She’s The One’, ‘Kids’, ‘Rock DJ’, ‘Feel’, ‘Come Undone’ and many more. The album is another huge milestone in the glittering career of one of the world’s most decorated artists. Robbie has six of the Top 100 best-selling albums in British history, has sold a huge 80 million albums worldwide, achieved 14 No.1 singles and a record 18 BRIT Awards – more than any other artist in music history.

His most recent album, The Christmas Present, secured Robbie his 13th UK No.1 album when released in 2019 – equalling Elvis Presley’s chart record as the solo artist with the most UK No.1 albums. Robbie’s total chart-topping albums across his solo work and with Take That is 17, placing him in the top three acts of all time with the most No.1s across their catalogue.

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