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Robbie Williams to play two concerts at Pula Arena in Croatia 

Robbie Williams to play two concerts at Pula Arena in Croatia 

Robbie Williams to play two concerts at Pula Arena in Croatia (Photo: Press)

Zagreb, November 30, 2022 – Robbie Williams, who is one of the most successful pop artists of all time, is bringing his greatest hits to Croatia’s Pula Arena for two exclusive concerts on June 27 and 28, 2023.

The “XXV” tour represents 25 years of the solo career of one of the greatest entertainers of our time. The Brit pop icon and stadium attraction chose perhaps the most beautiful concert venue in this part of Europe for his performance in Croatia.

The two-thousand-year-old amphitheater will be the perfect stage for two intimate performances with a limited number of tickets, where he will play mega hits from his entire career and bring the best of his oeuvre.

The release of the latest compilation album “XXV” is accompanied by a tour of the same name, and the release itself brings a fresh perspective on Williams’ most important songs. 

Big hits from his solo career were performed again accompanied by the Metropole Orchestra, with the addition of five new songs, of which “Lost” was chosen as the last single.

Since he went solo in 1995, he has sold more than 85 million albums worldwide, making him one of the best-selling artists of all time. He is the owner of 13 number one albums in the UK album chart, which is the highest number for any solo artist, not counting Elvis Presley, and he also has 14 number one singles.

Williams has won the most Brit awards, 18 of them, including four for best male performer, and a double award for outstanding achievement in music, he also won an award for his contribution to British culture, and was included in the UK Music Hall Of Fame after declared the greatest artist of the 90s.

Robbie Williams to play two concerts at Pula Arena in Croatia 

Robbie Williams (Photo: Press)

Among numerous awards, he also holds the Guinness world record for the largest number of concert tickets sold in one day – as many as 1.6 million, and the largest UK performance – 375,000 visitors over three days of performances.

Robbie Williams started his career in 1990 as a member of Take That. He left it because he wanted to start a solo career, and in 1996 he released “Freedom”, a cover of George Michael’s song, with which he immediately reached No.2 on the UK singles chart. In the same year, he released his first single “Old Before I Die”, and appeared on the debut “Life Thru A Lens”, which also contained the mega hit “Angels”, catapulting him into star status as a solo.It remains his best-selling song to date, while the single “Let Me Entertain You” became an international hit, and the album is one of Robbie’s most streamed albums. 

Since then, his popularity grew more and more. From the album “I’ve Been Expecting You” which went ten times platinum, “Sing When You’re Winning” as well as “Swing When You’re Winning”, “Escapology”, “Intensive Care”, “Rudebox”, “Reality Killed the Video Star”, “Take The Crown”, “Swings Both Ways” or for example “The Heavy Entertainment Show” Williams has released a whole series of studio releases and timeless hits that have secured him a horde of fans around the world and that have conquered the radio becomes. 

Even after a brief return to Take That, 2010’s Progress became the fastest-selling album of the 21st century, accompanied by the UK’s biggest tour.

“Angels”, “Millennium”, “No Regrets”, “She’s The One”, “Rock DJ”, “Kids”, “Supreme”, “Let Love Be Your Energy”, “Eternity/The Road to Mandalay”, ” Somethin’ Stupid”, “Feel”, “Come Undone”, “Something Beautiful”, “Sexed Up”. “Tripping”, “Make Me Pure”, “Advertising Space” “Lovelight”, “She’s Madonna”, “Lazy Days ”, Better Man”, “Bodies”, “Candy” are just some of the singles that have written Robbie Williams into recent music history and marked him as one of the greatest performers of our time.

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Robbie Williams returns to Croatia ten years after his performance at Zagreb’s Maksimir Stadium.

At two exclusive and intimate concerts in the Pula Arena, Williams will play an all-night performance presenting 25 years of an impressive career. With these concerts, he will become the first foreign artist ever to perform at the Pula Arena for two days in a row, after Foo Fighters and their concerts in 2019.

Tickets will go on sale on Thursday, December 7. through the Eventim system, and details about prices and points of sale will be known at the beginning of next week.

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