Thousands of additional tickets for Robbie Williams’ homecoming show at his favourite Vale Park will go marked down tomorrow. A last 10,000 tickets will be available to all.
The anxiously expected gig in Burslem will be Robbie’s first show in quite a while old neighbourhood. He will ‘abandon’ to the Vale Park pitch on June 4, satisfying a youth dream to play in his neighbourhood group’s consecrated ground – but with a receiver close by and without football boots.
The colossal stage will back onto the Railway Stand, permitting fans to see the exhibition from the pitch and in the Hamil, the Bycars, the Lorne Street, and the accommodation boxes. Robbie has decided to give cash raised from the show to kids’ causes UNICEF UK, the Donna Louise Children’s Hospice and the Hubb Foundation.
At 10 am tomorrow (May 6), the last 10,000 tickets will be available to anyone. The show was initially declared quite a while back; however, it must be rescheduled because of Covid. Prompt riser tickets purchased in 2020 will stay substantial.
Robbie, who was given the Freedom of Stoke-on-Trent in 2014, said of his home city: “Stir up on-Trent made me. My heart, my humor, it’s everything from Stoke. Slice me and it’s through me like a stick of rock.”
He added: “It has forever been an aspiration of mine to play a show at Port Vale and I’m really glad that presently it’s truly going to work out. It’s been a huge delay since we declared the show back in 2020, however I realize everything will work out when I at long last leave onto the pitch at Vale Park. I need to keep on aiding fund-raise for good cause in Stoke-on-Trent’s people group as well, and to assist kids with growing up cheerful, sound and ready to play. This occasion will actually want to do precisely that, and I’m glad to do this in help of The Donna Louise, Unicef and The Hubb Foundation.”
Tickets can be purchased through https://www.robbiewilliams.com/portvale. Official tickets and inn bundles can be bought online or by telephone at +44 (0) 8444 721 222.