Robbie Williams set to ring in 2022 with show in Dubai on New Year's Eve12/15/2021
ROBBIE Williams is set to ring in 2022 with a special performance in Dubai.
The Rock DJ singer will perform at Atlantis, The Palm for a special New Year's Eve concert.
Robbie, 47, is taking to the stage at the Palm Jumeirah hotel's New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner in the Asateer Tent on December 31.
The chart topper – who has 18 Brit Awards – will showcase his biggest hits including Angels and Let Me Entertain You, while a record-breaking attempt for the world’s largest drinking glass pyramid with Moët & Chandon also takes place on the night.
Timothy Kelly, Atlantis Dubai managing director said: “We are incredibly excited to welcome Robbie Williams, a world-class talent, to Dubai for New Year’s Eve. 2021 has been challenging for us all, and we look forward to giving our guests one of the most memorable evenings of their lives as we start a new year”.
It comes as Gary Barlow revealed Take That will return in 2023 – and hit the road for a series of live dates.
After a stint going solo, he told the Irish Sun: "I am desperate to get back into the band.
"By the time Christmas comes, it will be the end of a big chapter for me. I'll have toured two albums and it'll be the end of this solo chapter for me and I'll be getting ready for the next wave of Take That."
The manband last performed to sell-out crowds two years ago as part of their Odyssey: Greatest Hits Live tour.
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Gary, who turned 50 in January, has been unable to persuade bandmate Jason Orange to return.
Jason, 51, went off radar in 2014 when he stepped back from the band for good, following in the footsteps of Robbie.
While Robbie has returned at points, joining the band on stage on The X Factor when he was a judge in 2018 and performing alongside them during a virtual gig in May last year, Jason has cut all ties with the group.
So the comeback will feature just Gary, Mark Owen, 49, and Howard Donald, 53.
Take That have sold 45million albums worldwide, eight of which have gone to No1 in the UK.
They have also had 12 No1 singles and won eight Brit Awards.
Tickets for the Palm Jumeirah hotel's New Year’s Eve Gala Dinner start from Dh4,950 for ages 14 and above; Dh2,950 for those 4-13; free for 3 and below. More information at atlantis.com/dubai/whats-on/new-years-eve
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