Robbie Williams is one of the most popular singers in the world, and he has thousands of fans in Hungary. No wonder he always includes Budapest on the list as he travels on concert tours worldwide. The good news is that Robbie Williams is touring the world again, and he will return to Budapest in March 2023 to perform in Budapest Sportarena.
The new Robbie Williams tour is named “25 years of hits.” He will visit many European cities, including Bologna, Vienna, Lisbon, Barcelona, Frankfurt, Berlin, Cologne, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Paris, Krakow, and others.
Budapest Sportarena is ideal for such an event as it has space for 12,500 visitors for concerts, making it the second-largest indoor concert venue in Hungary. The biggest is the MVM Dome, a brand-new complex with space for 20,000 people (making it one of the largest indoor venues in Europe).
Robbie Williams Budapest 2023
The cheapest tickets cost 33,000 HUF (80 euros) while the most expensive cost 54,000 HUF (130 euros). Platinum tickets are available, and the price is 100,000 HUF (250 euros).
Would you like to read more about other concerts in Budapest? Take a look at our Budapest calendar for more information and happenings.
A few words about Robbie Williams.
Robbie Williams is a British singer, songwriter, and entertainer who was born on February 13, 1974, in Stoke-on-Trent, England. He first rose to fame as a member of the boy band Take That in the 1990s before launching a highly successful solo career.
Williams started his music career as a member of Take That, one of the most successful boy bands of the 1990s. He left the group in 1995 and launched his solo career with his debut album, “Life Thru a Lens,” which included hit singles like “Angels” and “Let Me Entertain You.”
Williams quickly became known for his energetic and flamboyant performances and his ability to connect with audiences. He has released several successful albums, including “I’ve Been Expecting You,” “Sing When You’re Winning,” and “Escapology,” which included hit songs like “Rock DJ,” “Millennium,” and “Feel.”
In addition to his music career, Williams has also acted in films and television shows, including “EastEnders” and “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.” He has also been a judge on the British version of “The X Factor” and has been a guest on several talk shows, including “The Graham Norton Show” and “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”
Williams has won many awards for his music, including several Brit Awards and an MTV Video Music Award. He has sold over 70 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time.