Robbie Williams set to perform in Malaysia

British pop star Robbie Williams is set to perform on Sept 27 at Stadium Merdeka.

PETALING JAYA: Malaysian fans of Robbie Williams are in for a treat with the British pop sensation set to perform a one-night only concert here.

Williams, whose hits include Rock DJ, Eternity, She’s The One and Angels, will thrill fans at Stadium Merdeka on Sept 27 as part of his Let Me Entertain You Tour 2015.

The pop star, who has sold over 70 million albums globally and won 17 BRIT awards throughout his career, will serenade fans with hit songs from across his 11 solo records.

Tickets for the concert go on sale on April 18 and 19 at an exclusive public launch at Fahrenheit 88 Kuala Lumpur mall from 11.30am onwards.

For those who are unable to procure tickets on these two days, fret not as tickets will be available at all Galaxy ticketing counters at MidValley and Sungai Wang following that.

Tickets -- priced at RM768, RM688 and RM428 (numbered seating), and RM328, RM268 and RM188 (free seating) -- can also be purchased online via the Buytickets website or phone at 03-22822020.

Robbie Williams' Let Me Entertain You Tour Live in Kuala Lumpur is organised by Galaxy Group and Midas Promotions and is supported by Malaysia Major Events, a division of the Malaysia Exhibition and Convention Bureau, an agency under the Tourism and Culture Ministry.

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