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Adelaide 500 is celebrating its 20th anniversary with some serious style, having just announced Robbie Williams as its Sunday night performer.
Robbie Williams will headline the After Race Concert on Sunday 4 March 2018, seeing him round off what promises to be a spectacular year for Adelaide 500.
Marking 20 years as Australia’s most-respected motorsport event, next year’s event promises to be the biggest yet.
Robbie Williams needs no introduction, having sold over 70 million albums throughout his career, and with six of the top 100 best-selling albums in British history to his name.
Armed with his extensive back-catalogue, fans will be able to catch him in full headline mode at the Sunday night concert; his only Adelaide show of 2018.
In case you need a reminder, the former Take That member is responsible for singles like Angels, Let Me Entertain You, Millennium, No Regrets, Rock DJ, Supreme, Eternity, Feel and Candy.
He’ll also be playing in support of his 2016 album, The Heavy Entertainment Show, which landed him his 12th number-one album in the UK when it was released.
“The Heavy Entertainment Show,” explains Robbie Williams, “is every single moment on earth – we’re all part of The Heavy Entertainment Show… With this album, I wanted huge choruses, universal lyrics, universal melodies. The experiment this time is trying to make the record as big as it can be.”
Robbie Williams headlines to the Adelaide 500 After Race Concert on Sunday 4 March 2018.
Ticket onsale times:
General public onsale – Monday 7 August from 9am