SELF-PROCLAIMED entertainer Robbie Williams will visit Dublin in a few weeks for an exclusive charity gig in recognition of the support and loyalty shown towards him by his Irish fans.
The last time Robbie 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 – and this year on September 14 will honour his promise and play the non-profit show at the O2.
In order to make possible attendance as fair as possible fans are invited from Tuesday August 28 until midnight Sunday September 2 to pre-register their interest via tickets.robbiewilliams.com.
On Monday September 3, 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 September 4.
Tickets are priced between €35 and €45 ADV + Booking Fee with two tickets maximum per applicant.
All proceeds from the show will be donated to Unicef (Ireland) Childline (Ireland).
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.
For those fans not lucky enough to receive the chance to purchase tickets on this occasion there will be future exclusive Robbie news and offers to all who registered their interest.