Robbie Williams' Abu Dhabi Concert Date has Changed!

Ex-Take That star "doesn't like Sundays any more"
ByLauren SteadmanWednesday , 25 March 2015
Robbie Williams' Abu Dhabi Concert Date has Changed!
Robbie Williams will perform in Abu Dhabi one day early

Robbie Williams has dramatically changed the date of his upcoming Abu Dhabi show just weeks before the Yas Island concert.

The ex-Take Thatter made the announcement on his Facebook page today, revealing that the UAE stop on his Let Me Entertain You world tour had been brought forward from Sunday 26 to Saturday 25 April to benefit fans for whom work or school commitments made it hard for them to attend.

“Hello Abu Dhabi, Robbie Williams here with a public announcement,” he said. “I have decided that I don’t like Sundays any more and I much prefer Saturdays, so I’m not going to ruin your working week by performing on a Sunday, I am going to perform on your weekend, which is Saturday, the 25th of April.”

The singer signed off with: “Many thanks. Best wishes to you all.”

The concert’s promoter, Flash Entertainment, said: “Flash Entertainment today announces that Robbie Williams has shifted his tour schedule plans and will now perform in Abu Dhabi on Saturday 25 April to accommodate the weekend for his regional fans.

“Despite a busy tour schedule and numerous engagements, Robbie has worked hard to come in earlier and perform for his regional fans at the du Arena, Yas Island Abu Dhabi. Fans can now plan their weekend on Yas Island to stay, play and party and enjoy great weekend packages.

“Fans who have already purchased tickets to the Robbie Williams Let Me Entertain You Tour for the Sunday show do not need to change their tickets and can use their existing ticket at the gates on Saturday 25 April,” the statement added. “For any questions, fans can contact”

INFO: Tickets are on sale on 800 86 823 and at and 

Watch Robbie's statement here:

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