Important announcement for Robbie Williams fans. The famous artist will no longer perform on June 3 in Bucharest, during the Summer in the City festival. The organizers of the event postponed the concert for August. Here’s what day the star will take the stage in the capital.
Robbie Williams is no longer coming to Bucharest on June 3
Although there were only a few days until Robbie Williams’ fans had the opportunity to see their idol on stage again, in Bucharest, they will have to wait. Organizers D&D East Entertainment made an official announcement on Thursday, May 25: the Summer in the City festival will be postponed.
Therefore, the famous artist no longer comes to Bucharest on June 3, when he was scheduled to have the concert. The entire Summer in the City Festival has been postponed until August and, along with Robbie Williams, another big name has been added to the bill.
So, the changes are not only regarding the dates of the concerts, but also the lineup of the event. Jason Derulo will take to the same stage with already known artists, Robbie Williams, Editors, Calum Scott, Abby Roberts and Nicole Cherry. Furthermore, the organizers claim that other singers for Summer in the City will be announced soon.
As for fans who have already bought tickets and season tickets, they can keep them and use them then, the organizers announce.
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What day will he perform?
The festival has been postponed for the period August 18-19, with the British taking the stage in Constitution Square on August 19. Robbie Williams returns to Bucharest after the sold out show in the same location in 2015. The artist also performed in 2019, in Cluj, at Untold.
So, hits like Let Me Entertain You, Angels, Millenium, She’s the One or I’ve Been Expecting You will resound again in the Constitution Square on the evening of August 19.
Musician, songwriter, producer, actor, Robbie Williams holds the Guinness World Record for 1.6 million tickets sold in a single day, in addition to six of his albums being in the top 100 best sellers in the UK.
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