Robbie Williams

After much speculation, singer Robbie Williams has confirmed that he will play at Dublin's Aviva Stadium next June.He made the announcement of his June 17 Aviva concert at a press conference in Dublin on Friday afternoon. 

The solo star and Take That favourite has been a regular visitor to Ireland over the years with previous shows taking place at the Phoenix Park, Croke Park, Slane, the Aviva and the Point/O2  - now the 3Arena.

He told reporters that playing Slane and the Phoenix Park were among the highlights of his career.
"I've done alright in quite a few countries but people seem to have taken me to their hearts in this country more than most. There's definitely a kinship I have with people here. I'm a Farrell - I'm half Farrell!," he said, referring to his mother Janet's maiden name.

He has had 14 number one singles and is one of the most in-demand live entertainers, and continues to play stadiums around the world. Robbie has won 17 BRIT Awards, nearly double the total of any other artist.

Taking place at these venues

Aviva Stadium

The stadium is the home to the Irish national rugby and Republic of Ireland national football team.Aviva Stadium is now Ireland’s only UEFA Category 4/Elite Stadium and has won a number of awards including RIAI & RIBA. Since opening in May 2010 over 1.8 million ticketed visitors have passed through the turnstiles for rugby, soccer & concerts.

Dates: Saturday 17th June 2017

Telephone: 01 238 2300


Buses that serve Aviva Stadium

1, 4, 7, 7a, 18, 38, 38a, 47