Robbie Williams is bringing his XXV Tour to Australia in 2023.
The British pop star will kick off the tour at Sydney’s Allianz Stadium on November 16 before heading to Mount Cotton in Queensland, followed by Melbourne, Geelong and Swan Valley in WA.
His last official Australian tour was in 2018 for his heavy entertainment show World Tour, although he performed in Melbourne for his biopic Better Man earlier this year.
It follows the release of his album XXV earlier this month, which features remastered versions of his biggest hits from the last 25 years as a solo artist.
The tour includes three dates at A Day on the Green in Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia.
Robbie, 48, will also officiate the AFL Grand Final this weekend after turning down the appearance for almost a decade.
The English singer-songwriter was convinced after receiving a huge compliment from AFL Executive General Manager Kylie Rogers.
“You are the best player in the world and we are the best game. We should do something together,” Ms. Rogers reportedly told the star backstage at Rod Laver Arena in May.
That started a discussion that led to the Angels star eventually accepting the offer.
Robbie confirmed news of his Grand Final performance to The Herald Sun in July.
“I’m so excited to perform for all the fans on the MCG’s sacred turf at the biggest game of the year,” he said.
“Can’t wait to see you all this last Saturday in September.”
Robbie will include New Zealand in his XXV Tour, with Australia tickets going on sale from September 30th.
Tour Dates: Sydney, November 16; Mount Cotton, November 18 (A Day in the Green); Melbourne, November 23; Geelong, November 25 (A Day on the Green); Swan Valley, December 21 (A Day on the Green).
Further ticket information can be found here.