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Live Review: Robbie Williams – A Day On The Green 2023 – Sirromet Winery, Mt. Cotton

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ARTIST: ROBBIE WILLIAMS VENUE: A DAY ON THE GREEN, SIRROMET WINES, MT. COTTON QLD DATE: NOVEMBER 18TH 2023 REVIEWER: HAYLEY TREADWELL PHOTOGRAPHER: ANDREW TREADWELL PHOTOGRAPHY

I think the last time I was as excited for a concert was about 20 years ago! I have been looking forward to this show since it was announced. Robbie Williams, the undisputed King of pop, coming to our little neck of the woods at Sirromet Winery! What an absolutely magical afternoon and night! 

The magic started when we arrived at Sirromet and found our spot on the grass in the front GA section. I loved watching everybody flow in and find their space, and seeing the laughter and joy as people set up their little picnics and poured their first drinks. DJ Joey Lightbulb played some great tracks allowing everybody to just enjoy a chilled vibe for the afternoon. 

An exciting inclusion in the line up, Lufthaus opened the performances for the day with their electronic sound radiating over the hills of Mount Cotton. Lufthaus is Robbie Williams dance music project which saw him make an under the radar return to music in early 2022. Since then however the group has had much success and released their debut album in September this year. I really enjoyed their opening set and getting to know more music from Robbie and his contribution to this great collaboration. 

English musician and frontman of the band Supergrass, Gaz Coombes gave a flawless performance with a set filled with soothing blues vibes through to upbeat rock songs! I think he was a little unappreciated by the crowd, but I thought Gaz Coombes was outstanding! What a voice! Dancing the afternoon away with Gaz and his band was a perfect way to warm the crowd for the man we were all waiting for. 

Off the back of his Netflix documentary, the XXV tour is such a special experience! I think because the layers are already off, the moment the music started the energy and emotions coming from the stage were simply infectious! What an incredible showman!!! 

Opening up with 2012 hit ‘Hey Wow Yeah Yeah’ all the girls and boys were clapping their hands at the silhouette of Robbie behind the screens, and when those screens came up, the showman came alive and so did the crowd! 

‘Let Me Entertain You’ really lifted the crowd again as Robbie, ‘re-introduced himself’, his band and his a$$ and made sure we were with him, before he returned to dancing up a storm as the crowd screamed and cheered. 

Robbie told us he was going to take us on a journey of the ‘highest highs and the lowest lows’ and all the things in between. He shared stories of his life, chatted with the crowd, hugged a fan or 2 and just looked like he was having the time of his life. I know, I was.

I loved the covers of Take That and Oasis. Nothing like ‘sticking it to the man’ by singing these songs just as good, if not better than the originals! And that’s what makes me love Robbie Williams so much, that energy that says, enough of your shit, now I do it my way! And he does it with such effortless joy, a radiating smile and a genuine love for being on the stage! I could not have been more grateful to have danced and sung the night away with this incredibly talented superstar!! 

Hearing hits like ‘Come Undone’ and ‘She’s The One’ live were incredibly moving, and then dancing our butts off to ‘Kids’ and ‘Rock DJ’ where you never want the moment to end, song after song of passionate delivery and raw emotion in every song was the journey Robbie had promised us. 

‘Like a Bogan fairytale’ may be my most favorite way I have ever heard a crowd described, but that is exactly the compliment Robbie gave us as he asked us to light up the night with our phones and then helped us sing him into the final song of the night, ‘Angels’. 

I saw people crying tears of related pain and tears of genuine joy and happiness. People dancing and cheering in every direction, just one big party with our host for the night, Robbie Williams. 

There are limited tickets available for the remainder of the tour and I think if you have always wanted to see Robbie and can get to these venues, this is the time to go! He is in the prime of his career and having an awful lot of fun on stage and with the crowd and it truly is not to be missed for every fan! 

To the amazing folks at A Day on The Green who put on a fantastic show, Frontier Touring for bringing us this great tour and Robbie Williams and his team, thank you so much for coming out to Sirromet Winery! I will never forget the night we spent with the greatest showman of our time! Robbie, you are magic! 

Until the next gig 

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Robbie Williams fans descend on Hawke's Bay ahead of sold-out concert

The Angels hitmaker will be performing for one night only at the Mission Estate Winery this weekend.

Hawke's Bay is buzzing with excitement as international pop sensation Robbie Williams takes centre stage for a highly anticipated sold-out concert this weekend.

The show at the Mission Estate Winery marks the beginning of Williams' world tour and is his only show in New Zealand.

Known for rocking out for an impressive 25 years, Williams has garnered a massive global following. Now, Hawke's Bay is gearing up to 'feel' the real love of the iconic entertainer.

Diehard fans in the region are eagerly counting down the days to the epic weekend.

"It's going to be an epic weekend, the place to be," devoted fan Andrea Taaffe told 1News.

Another fan, Rebecca Henley, said she was "beyond excited" for the performance on Saturday.

She added, "Not sure if my husband's in agreement, but he's been my free pass for 20 years, and it's never going to change."

The enthusiasm extends beyond borders, with fans like Andy Turley traveling all the way from the UK.

"When we heard Robbie was playing at the Mission, it was just a no-brainer. We just had to come," Turley said.

The Mission Estate Winery is witnessing preparations on an unprecedented scale. The stage being set up for the event surpasses even the grandeur of Elton John's rig. Approximately 50,000 Robbie fans are expected to fill the venue over the two days. Williams brings with him an entourage of around 80 people, including dancers and band members.

Event manager Garry Craft said the venue is a unique one – and not just because of its stunning views.

"It's also a sheep paddock for 50 weeks of the year. Everyone wants to be a part of the 1000 working crew," he said.

Beyond the thrill of the concert, the weekend is poised to deliver a substantial economic boost to the region. Estimates suggest a staggering $8-9 million cash injection into the local economy.

Hawke's Bay Tourism's Hamish Saxton said concertgoers "are coming from all across the country".

"Air New Zealand has had to put extra flights on," he said.

Accommodation in the area is completely booked out, with i-SITE Napier running a waitlist for those still in need of a place to stay.

Taaffe said the concert "is just a way for us to get together as a region and celebrate what we do here with our horticulture, agriculture, our wines, our food".

"To kick it off on Friday is just fantastic – super, super happy."

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Robbie Williams to headline Mission Estate Winery concert in 2023

  • Darren Bevan

Robbie Williams is returning to New Zealand to perform next year for the first time in over five years.

The 'Angels' singer will headline the Mission Estate Winery Concert in November with organisers saying it will be "his only New Zealand appearance".

Williams will play the event in the Hawke's Bay on Saturday, November 11, 2023.

He was last in Aotearoa for concerts in Auckland and Dunedin in February, 2018.

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Previous headliners for the Mission Estate Winery Concert have included the likes of Rod Stewart, Elton John, Sting and Phil Collins.

It's a return for the concert itself, which will be celebrating 30 years of performances after having been called off the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Williams will also be returning to Australia for a tour in late 2023.

"Australasia is one of my favourite places in the world to tour; I feel so at home there and hugely appreciate the warm, loving welcome I always receive. I can't wait to do these shows in 2023 and spend some time with my fans," he said.

Tickets will go on sale to Mission Concert club members on Tuesday, 27 September.

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  • Strong Play Video
  • Come Undone Play Video
  • Song played from tape Do What U Like ( Take That  song) Play Video
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Robbie Williams 2023 Australian Tour Setlists

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Robbie Williams is celebrating 25 years of hits at a bunch of Australian headline shows this month. The British pop star is playing stadium venues in Sydney and Melbourne and wineries in Mount Cotton, Geelong and Swan Valley.

Williams will be supported throughout the tour by Supergrass’ Gaz Coombes and his own electronic project, Lufthaus. The three acts are booked in for the final night of the VAILO Adelaide 500 after-race concert series .

The tour comes 25 years after the release of Williams’ debut solo record, Life Thru A Lens . He’s released a total of 12 studio albums a solo artist, the latest being 2019’s The Christmas Present . The retrospective compilation, XXV , came out in September 2022. You can find all of Williams’ Australian tour setlists below.

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​Adelaide 500 @ Adelaide Parklands

  • Sunday, 26th November
  • Hey Wow Yeah Yeah
  • Let Me Entertain You
  • Land of 1000 Dances (Chris Kenner cover)
  • Come Undone
  • Could It Be Magic (Barry Manilow cover)
  • Don’t Look Back in Anger (Oasis cover)
  • Back for Good (Take That song)
  • Love My Life
  • You’re The Voice (John Farnham cover)
  • She’s The One (World Party cover)
  • Medley: Let Me Entertain You, Strong, Back For Good, Feel, Angels

AAMI Park, Melbourne

  • Thursday, 23rd November
  • Let Me Entertain You 
  • Land of 1000 Dances (Chris Kenner cover) 
  • Come Undone 
  • Could It Be Magic (Barry Manilow cover) 
  • Don’t Look Back in Anger (Oasis cover) 
  • Back For Good (Take That song) 
  • Love My Life 
  • You’re The Voice (John Farnham cover) 
  • Wednesday, 22nd November
  • Back For Good (Take That song)
  • Medley: Let Me Entertain You, Strong, Come Undone, Better Man, Feel, Angels

Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton​

  • Sunday, 19th November

Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton

  • Saturday, 18th November

Allianz Stadium, Sydney

  • Thursday, 16th November

Robbie Williams – 25 Years Of Hits Australian Tour 2023

  • Thursday, 16th November, 2023 – Allianz Stadium, Sydney, NSW
  • Saturday, 18th November, 2023 – ​Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton, QLD (A Day On The Green)
  • Sunday, 19th November, 2023 – ​Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton, QLD (A Day On The Green)
  • Wednesday, 22nd November, 2023 – ​AAMI Park, Melbourne, VIC
  • Thursday, 23rd November, 2023 – ​AAMI Park, Melbourne, VIC
  • Saturday, 25th November, 2023 – Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong, VIC (A Day On The Green)
  • Sunday, 26th November, 2023 – Adelaide Parklands Street Circuit, Adelaide (Adelaide 500)
  • Thursday, 30th November 2023 – Nikola Estate, Swan Valley, WA (A Day On The Green)
  • Friday, 1st December, 2023 – Nikola Estate, Swan Valley, WA (A Day On The Green)

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I went to the Take That re-union concert in Düsseldorf some years. One of the best concerts I have ever been. The pre-group were the pet shop boys. They were so good. We all thought they will be hard to beat. How wrong we were! Take That started for approx an hour without RW and were absolutely fantastic. Then a very strange thing was brought on stage, with RW on top. What an entrance... then everything changed. He started straight away with one his best. I think it was Rock DJ. In a Nutshell, Take That was brilliant but unbeatable with RW together. If ever you have the chance to see him, do go. You will of regret it.

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I have to say that I have mixed feelings about this concert. He came on late at 9pm finished 10:15pm. He only did a few classic songs. He should have come on at 7 or 8:30pm and we had no open act. He made it up by performing Angels, Strong, No Regrets but he should have performed Rock DJ and Millennium. Why he did Feel and Let me entertain you. he did perform love my life.

could have been better if he came on time. 3/5

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In full transparency, this is a copy of a review on the Radio Creme Brulee blog.

It is not too far in the distant past that Las Vegas concert residencies were associated with fading pop stars that were way past their commercial prime. More often than not, the artists that gravitated to Las Vegas concert residencies had enjoyed their fair share of the limelight in America’s musical mainstream. Many attribute the dramatic shift in perception for these shows to Celine Dion (with specific regard to her “A New Day” tour). The tour featured theatrical performances and imbibed the spirit of glitz and excess that Las Vegas is often characterized by. Since then, artists such as Elton John, Britney Spears, and Jennifer Lopez have carried on this tradition with immense success. The newest twist to the history of Las Vegas residencies is one that British pop superstar Robbie Williams just might be the catalyst for.

Robbie Williams is one of the more noteworthy symptoms of the US musical mainstream’s stubborn insularity from the global pop music landscape. Despite being the recipient of the second largest recording contract (valued at 80 million pounds) of all time, Robbie Williams (like many artists from the UK) has been overlooked by US terrestrial radio’s gatekeepers. These gatekeepers enjoy immense power to shape public opinion even today despite the rapid proliferation of alternate venues for music discovery besides terrestrial radio in the last two decades. As a result, Robbie Williams’ chart success in the US has been rather lackluster. None of his singles have entered the Billboard Top 40 singles chart. This is in stark contrast to his larger-than-life popularity overseas (literally everywhere besides the US). Furthermore, it has been almost two decades since he last performed live in the US.

Given this reality, it is rather interesting that Robbie Williams chose a Las Vegas concert residency route as opposed to a mini-tour covering the US’ key media hubs. The second element of surprise stems from the conscious choice of venue. Williams’ team has opted for the intimacy of the Encore Theater at Wynn Resorts. This is quite a shift for someone that in Europe is considered a stadium act. The final element of surprise is the overwhelming demand for tickets for these shows. The six shows scheduled for March 2019 have sold out. It would be interesting to see data highlighting the split between domestic and international demand for these tickets. Six more dates have been added between the months of June and July in Las Vegas.

On the evening of March 9, as concert attendees began to fill in the Encore theatre and indulge in friendly banter with each other, it became clear that one common theme linked many of the Americans in the audience. Most of these people either had foreign ties (by virtue of having lived or studied in Europe at some point in their lives) or had discovered Robbie Williams in the couple of years in the late 90s during which his promotion team tried to actively promote him on American television (to compensate for the lack of acceptance from American terrestrial radio gatekeepers).

My expectations of the concert were moderate – not because I expected to be underwhelmed but because I assumed (incorrectly of course!) that the intimacy of the Encore Theatre automatically meant that the show would be a mellow affair with Robbie Williams sitting on a stool performing mostly swing covers. While covers comprised a significant portion of the setlist, the concert was as far from a mellow affair as it could be. The concert opened with a call to the audience to sing the cheeky and irreverent “National Anthem of Robbie” with the lyrics being projected on to the curtains. The audience obliged with an overabundance of enthusiasm as they sang along hilarious lyrics such as

“Yes he went to rehab

Drugs and drinks took him low

God bless our Robbie

He can swing both ways

He is totally global

Except in the US of A”

This was followed by a video of Robbie Williams being broadcast on the curtains with the crowd cheering on deliriously. The curtains opened to a jaw-dropping stage setup. This was the first indication that Robbie Williams had decided to emulate elements of a stadium concert setup within the smaller confines of a theatre. In fact, the stage set design is one of the smartest uses of spaces I have seen in a very long time. The stage featured three ramps two of which were joined like a horseshoe and a center ramp. There were circular spaces between the ramps which is where the band performed. Robbie Williams made a rather dramatic entry via a suspended platform from the ceiling of the theatre.

The concert was an invigorating cocktail of Robbie’s unapologetic and ego-driven lack of political correctness, quirky humor with not even a hint of inhibition, his penchant for excesses, and the glitz and theatrics laced with a touch of class that have come to characterize Las Vegas as a music concert destination. For an artist that has not been in the American limelight for over 15 years, Robbie Williams embodied the spirit of Vegas with relative ease. In addition to the magnificent stage, Robbie’s entourage featured a troupe of drop dead gorgeous female dancers that performed eye-popping dance routines on songs such as “Rock DJ”, “Let Me Entertain You”, and “Swings both ways”. The euphoria factor of this concert surged ten-fold whenever they were on stage.

There were some defining elements of the concert worth highlighting. The first was a reverence for Las Vegas as demonstrated by the high-adrenaline performances. The second was an ode to Robbie Williams’ beginnings as the dreamy-eyed boy from Stoke-on-Trent (UK) as showcased on performances of songs such as “Mr Bojangles” and “Sweet Caroline” (a Neil Diamond cover performed with his father Pete Conway). In fact, “Sweet Caroline” was one of two songs that featured Robbie’s father – a rather unusual and heartwarming twist to a typical concert format. The final element was Robbie Williams’ commitment to audience engagement. For his performance of “Something Stupid”, he invited an Australian fan from the audience and serenaded her on a couch on a stage. It is fair to say that she took full advantage of the situation and probably got the most bang for her buck as she squeezed his buttocks before leaving the stage. He was aware that people had traveled from different parts of the world for this concert. He asked people to yell out and identify themselves as he did a roll call for Europeans, Australians, Kiwis, and finally Americans. To the Americans, he yelled “why don’t you tell your f**kin friends about me???? I don’t want to be infamous for NOT being famous in America”.

Musically, the highlights of the night were “Feel”, “Rock DJ”, “Swings both ways”, “Let me entertain you” and the penultimate track of the evening – “Angels” (which he introduced by saying “OK fine, I’ll perform that one hit”). The night ended with a cover of “My Way” (made popular by Frank Sinatra). The performance was a subtle nod to the artist that had come to define the early history of Las Vegas concert residencies. It was minimalist at best with only Robbie Williams and his primary songwriting partner Guy Chambers on the piano. At the end of the song, Robbie Williams exited by sinking in to the stage while Guy Chambers continued to play the piano as the curtains descended slowly. There was something symbolic about that moment as it focused the spotlight on the songwriting partnership that sowed the seeds for Robbie Williams’ monumental rise to stardom. Prior to this musical alliance, the success of Robbie Williams was far from a foregone conclusion.

One cannot doubt the larger than life ambition of Robbie Williams in his creative vision for this show. He undoubtedly tried to incorporate a lot but in doing so, he may have inadvertently eschewed the primary aspect of his career – his own hits. With a musical legacy spanning over 11 albums as a solo artist (and fifteen albums including the ones with Take That), he was never going to be in a position to do justice to all of it. That being said, he may have gone too far the other way with a covers-heavy setlist. In my humble opinion, that might have been a miscalculation in the context of an artist trying to reacquaint himself with American audiences. His legacy has been largely built off his own hits as opposed to those of others. This might be my only criticism (albeit a rather significant one) of the concert.

The concert is a reminder that America’s insulation from the European musical mainstream since the mid-90s is America’s loss. It is also a reminder that pop music can be fun, classy, and entertaining without being sonically hollow. It is my sincere hope that Robbie Williams’ return to the American stage forces a re-evaluation of gatekeepers in the American musical mainstream that have largely failed in their endeavor to uphold one of the fundamental tenets of responsible media – diversity.

On the other hand, Robbie Williams may have found the city that embodies his spirit and both him and his concert audience are better off for it. I hope that this performance not only ushers in a new era for Robbie Williams’ relationship with America but also for the many talented popstars from across the Atlantic that have been relegated to relative obscurity in America.

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Venue entry conditions: covid-19.

Roundhouse Entertainment is fully committed to providing patrons with a COVID Safe event and works closely with the Government and Health Authorities to ensure this. All our events will run under the state specific public event guidelines and requirements. These requirements may include, but not be limited to, proof of vaccination, QR code check-in, social distancing, mask wearing and/or other measures. Guidelines and requirements may vary from state to state and can be found here: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Infectious/covid-19/Pages/default.aspx https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19 https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au https://www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus You will need to comply with these requirements to attend Roundhouse Entertainment’s events.

While our team are doing everything possible to ensure patron safety and an enjoyable event, due to the ever-evolving nature of the pandemic, some restrictions may come into play at the last minute. As such, we recommend you keep up to date with Government and Health Authority advice and agree to follow Event policies determined by that advice and the on-site COVID safe measures and instructions while at the Event.

What can I bring?

  • Seats are provided in the Gold Reserved seating & Concert and Dining areas. You are permitted to bring a supermarket sized cooler bag into this area (must fit under the chair).
  • Front General Admission - NO eskies, chairs, rugs permitted. Standing area only.
  • General Admission Lawn - BYO standard sized camping chair (back of chair no higher than 100cm). You are permitted to bring a supermarket sized cooler bag into this area. At Kings Park only - Low-to-the-ground beach style chairs are recommended in the General Admission area. High back (deck/camping) chairs are permitted, however will be positioned at the rear of the venue.
  • Small cheese platters (wooden or plastic up to 40x20cm in size) are permitted in the General Admission Lawn/Rear area only. Cheese boards are not permitted in the Reserved Seating or Front General Admission areas.
  • Card and cash payments are accepted throughout the venue.
  • Sealed plastic bottled water (still or sparkling) up to 1.5L in size. Empty translucent plastic bottles can be brought into the venue to use at our free water stations (no stainless steel bottles or cups permitted).
  • There is a wide selection of food available for purchase.
  • Event sites are in wineries, which have some sloped and uneven areas. Wear appropriate footwear for outdoor conditions.
  • If the forecast is for rain please bring suitable shoes, a poncho or raincoat.
  • Bring sunscreen and a hat! Please note: there are no sheltered areas - come prepared for rain or shine.
  • For sunny days make sure you wear a wide brimmed hat for protection and bring plenty of sunscreen with you.

Please click here to view our permitted and prohibited fact sheet.

What are prohibited items?

  • ALL drinks are prohibited with the exception of sealed clear plastic bottled still or sparkling water up to 1.5L in size. a day on the green is a licensed event, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are available for purchase at all venues . Empty translucent plastic bottles can be brought into the venue to use at our free water stations.
  • Metal cutlery, including cheese knives, stainless steel bottles or cups.
  • Selfie and Go Pro sticks.
  • Aerosols, sunshades, tents and tables.
  • Umbrellas, even if it’s raining.
  • Glass - this includes wine glasses, jars, or any other containers or items made of glass
  • Professional cameras (including SLR's & any camera with a removable lens) and sound and video recording equipment. For full details read the answer to 'Can I bring my camera or sound and video recording equipment?' below.
  • Pets (other than assistance dogs). 
  • Beanbags, blow-up air chairs or lounges.
  • No hard coolers, eskis, cooler bags larger than 26L (cabin sized).
  • There will be a security check at the gate and prohibited items will be confiscated. Roundhouse Entertainment does not take any responsibility for confiscated items.

Can I bring the kids?

No free age policy for the Robbie Williams tour. All patrons regardless of age (including minors and babies) must purchase a ticket.

Can I bring a dog?

Only service dogs are permitted and must be registered by emailing  [email protected] . If you do plan on attending an event with your service dog, please consider ear protection as in most cases dogs can show extreme signs of stress in conditions with loud music and large crowds. No other dogs or animals of any kind are permitted to any a day on the green events.

Can I bring my camera or sound and video recording equipment?

Professional cameras and video and recording equipment is not permitted at any show. If found, all equipment will be confiscated by security and may result in all photos deleted by security staff. Media and professional photographers must arrange accreditation through [email protected]

Can I bring a stroller?

You are permitted to bring prams and strollers for your children into the General Admission Lawn area only, not the Reserved Seating and Front General Admission areas (category name may differ per event). Please note that prams and strollers are subject to security searches. For parents considering bringing a baby to a day on the green - bringing your baby is entirely your prerogative, however not recommended, for both the child's wellbeing and safety, and your enjoyment of the show. Please note: there is no shade or protection from sun or rain.

Can I camp in the car park?

Camping in the car park or anywhere on the site is strictly prohibited.

What if it rains?

If it does rain the show will go ahead unless conditions are deemed to be dangerous. If an event does not go ahead due to this reason, patrons will receive a full refund from point of purchase. If the forecast is for even the possibility of rain bring good quality raincoats and suitable footwear. The decision to cancel a show will be made as early as possible but may not be made until the morning of the show. In the event of inclement weather patrons should check this website BEFORE departing for the show for messages regarding traffic, parking or wet weather arrangements. We will also send out notifications via email and SMS to the original ticket purchaser. Please ensure your contact details with Ticketmaster are up to date when purchasing a ticket.

Can I smoke?

Smoking is only permitted in the designated signed areas at each venue. Any patrons caught smoking in the non-designated areas could result in them being ejected from the venue. Please note: WA venues are non-smoking.

Will the program times or artists be likely to change?

Occasionally changes occur that are out of our control. Scheduled performance times and artist line-ups are subject to change. No refund will be offered in these circumstances.

What ticket types are available?

Front General Admission Standing NO eskies, chairs, rugs permitted. Standing area only. Patrons also have access to the rear general admission area Gold Reserved Seating Allocated row and chair number. Chair is provided General Admission Rear GA Lawn area. Chairs, rugs and eskies permitted. NO access into above two areas Only purchase tickets through Ticketmaster. Ticketmaster are the authorised ticketing agency that has the contract to supply tickets for all venues on this tour.

How do I access tickets during an a day on the green presale?

In order to access an a day on the green member presale you must be a registered member. If you’re not already, you can sign up here . Once you have successfully registered to become an a day on the green member, you will receive your very own exclusive member/presale code. This code does not change and is the same for every a day on the green presale. Your exclusive member/presale code is used to unlock the a day on the green presale on Ticketmaster . Please note Ticketmaster is the only official ticket merchant for all a day on the green shows.

How do I find my a day on the green member presale code?

You can find your member presale code via: 1. On the confirmation email you received when you signed up to become an a day on the green member. 2. On the My Details page when you have signed into the a day on the green website. 3. In the Presale section of the relevant show prior and during a presale. You must be signed into the a day on the green website. 4. You can also retrieve your member presale code and have an email sent to you by visiting the Retrieve Your Member ID page. Remember to enter the email address associated with the membership.

How do I purchase tickets to an a day on the green show?

Tickets should only ever be purchased from a day on the green’s official ticketing agency – Ticketmaster . Please do not purchase tickets from any unofficial retailer such as Viagogo, Facebook Marketplace, The Ticket Merchant or from social media. We cannot guarantee that these tickets are legitimate and valid for entry into the show.

When will I receive my tickets?

Your tickets will be delivered according to the ticket delivery method listed on the official ticketing agency's website when purchasing tickets. The ticket delivery date expected for the Robbie Williams tour is: Monday 2 October 2023 . You may receive your tickets immediately or after a ticket suppression date has been lifted. Suppression dates are applied to negate ticket scalping. Ticket purchasers can find the ticket suppression date on the official ticketing agencies website or the Ticket Information section on our website’s tour page. If you haven't received your tickets after the ticket suppression date, please contact the official ticketing agency.

Will tickets be available at the gate?

If not sold out prior, tickets will be available for purchase at the gate. Please check the relevant tour page.

What do I do if I can no longer attend a show?

Our recommendation is that you give the tickets away to a friend or family member. You may need to contact Ticketmaster to have the tickets securely transferred to another name. We do not recommend and discourage reselling tickets online through unofficial outlets or social media.

Can I get a refund or exchange?

Unless the event you have purchased a ticket for has been cancelled or rescheduled, or there are legal requirements that provide otherwise (including those of the Australian Consumer Law), tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded. If an event is rescheduled, you will be offered equivalent seats at the rescheduled event. If you are unable to attend the rescheduled event or an event is cancelled entirely, you are entitled to a refund of the face value of the tickets and the per ticket booking fee. However, once an event has taken place there is generally no right to a refund or exchange. In the event of cancellation all refund details will be clearly posted on our website.

I selected the Print-at-Home delivery method but can’t find the Ticketmaster confirmation email – how do I print my tickets?

If you can’t find your original Ticketmaster confirmation email for your ticket purchase, you can log into your My Ticketmaster account on ticketmaster.com.au to print your tickets. For any other queries regarding your print-at-home tickets please visit the “Help” section on the Ticketmaster website.

Accessibility

How do i purchase accessibility tickets to a show.

Please contact the Ticketmaster Contact Centre if you have 'Wheelchair, Companion Card or Special Needs' booking requirements or are otherwise unable to complete a ticket purchase on-line. Contact details: Telephone: 1300 446 925 Email: Email your Accessible Seating request to [email protected] . Please ensure you include the Event Name, Venue, Date and Time along with your contact details.

Can I purchase accessibility tickets during an a day on the green presale?

Yes, absolutely! Accessibility tickets are available to purchase during an a day on the green presale. Find the accessibility ticket button under the Accessibility section on the artists tour page.

Can I use a companion card?

Yes, holders of a valid Companion Card may request a companion ticket equivalent to the ticket type purchased by the Companion Card holder. Companion tickets may be requested via Ticketmaster .

Is there Accessibility Parking?

A dedicated parking area is available at all sites and is located close to the entry into the event. Just look out for the signs to accessible parking upon arrival, they will be sign-posted.

Further Accessibility Information.

Please Note: a day on the green shows are held outdoors at wineries. Therefore, there are some sloped and uneven areas. Toilets – accessible toilets are located in the main toilet areas on site.

Show Information

ROBBIE WILLIAMS will return to Australia in November 2023 to play headline dates across the country, including five very exciting a day on the green events. Robbie will entertain a day on the green audiences playing Queensland’s Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton; Geelong’s Mt Duneed Estate on Victoria’s Surf Coast; and will then make his Swan Valley debut at WA’s Nikola Estate. "Australasia is one of my favourite places in the world to tour; I feel so at home there and hugely appreciate the warm, loving welcome I always receive. I can't wait to do these shows in 2023 and spend some time with my fans", says Robbie. ROBBIE WILLIAMS is without doubt one of the finest male pop stars of his generation, having sold more than 85 million albums, 14 UK number one albums and 14 number one singles as a solo artist. With his new album XXV released earlier this month, Robbie celebrates twenty-five years as a solo artist. A journey through his career-defining catalogue, featuring multiple No.1 hit singles and fan favourites, the songs of XXV offer a fresh and illuminating perspective, having been newly orchestrated by Jules Buckley, Guy Chambers and Steve Sidwell, and re-recorded with the acclaimed Metropole Orkest in The Netherlands. Last on tour in Australia and New Zealand in 2018 on The Heavy Entertainment Show World Tour – which included two huge sold-out a day on the green events in Victoria – and more recently, performing two exclusive nights in Melbourne for his Better Man biopic, Robbie is raring to deliver his live show to some of his favourite cities down under in 2023. “He is Robbie f***ing Williams; he’s a national treasure.” – DIY Mag “So rarely, these days, do you see someone smash it to such a high and palpable degree. So rarely does it feel as though the stars – man, mood and moment – align to create such pure, concentrated entertainment.” – VICE “There was so much joy and frivolity in this concert that it's hard to know where to begin…” – Sydney Morning Herald Do not miss the ultimate showman, ROBBIE WILLIAMS , live in concert when he returns to Australia in November 2023!

What are the food options on-site?

You are permitted to bring your own food to the event however we do have a broad offering of food vendors onsite at all events. Every attempt is made to ensure all dietary requirements are catered for by the contracted food vendors, however if you have a specific dietary requirement it is advised to bring your own food.

Are pass-outs available?

No pass-outs at all venues (except in the case of adverse weather conditions or in an emergency).

Where is Lost Property?

If you find or lose something, please go to the merchandise shop during the event. Any lost property will be left at the winery cellar door, or at the Cloakroom for shows in WA after the event day.

Is there mobile phone reception at the venues?

Most venues have average mobile phone coverage. Please note that phone reception can be very limited during the event. If you are meeting people onsite or getting picked up at the end of the event please make the appropriate arrangements prior to the day in case you have issues with phone reception.

Where can I park?

Parking is available onsite at every event. Please see individual tour page for relevant parking fees. Parking is at owners risk. Parking outside of the venue on surrounding roads is not permitted. In the event that the onsite parking is affected by wet weather, off site parking and a complimentary bus shuttle will be made available. Please check our website and the relevant tour page before you head out to the concert and make sure you allow some extra time to get to the show.

Besides driving what are the transport options to and from venue?

Bus services: Taking the bus to and from the event is the best way to travel to a day on the green . Please check the Bus Services and Transport Information tab on each artist tour page for more information. Pick up & Drop off: You can be dropped off and picked up from the venue. Please use the dedicated pick up / drop off zone. Drop off and pick up on surrounding roads is not permitted. Taxis : A dedicated taxi rank is supplied at all events. Please note taxis can be in short supply at the end of the night and we highly recommend that you make alternative arrangements particularly for the larger events. Taxis must drop off passengers inside the venue and no pickups are allowed on the roads outside of the venue. Ubers: Anyone getting dropped off or picked up by an Uber driver must do so in the dedicated pick up and drop off area. Please note organising a pickup from the site might be difficult due to poor mobile reception. For private charter buses , minibuses or limousines , please refer to the relevant tour and show page for more information.

Can I leave my car in the car park overnight?

We do not advise this and we encourage patrons to make use of all shuttle services and bus transfers available. Leaving your vehicle overnight is entirely at your own risk. The car park is not a secured or patrolled area. 

Ticket Scalping & Resale

What is a day on the green's position on ticket scalping.

Ticket scalping and the presence of unauthorised resellers is an issue which continues to frustrate many music fans, artists, venues and promoters, including the team at a day on the green. We know that Australians and New Zealanders are as passionate about music and live entertainment as we are and we believe that you shouldn’t be taken advantage of by unscrupulous individuals. Recently we’ve been made aware of people paying excessively inflated prices for tickets to our concerts through unauthorised outlets – with some of these tickets being sold multiple times, which has led to fans being turned away at the venue. We are particularly concerned with the inflated prices of these tickets from unauthorised sellers. We really cannot stress this enough - fans buying tickets to shows presented by a day on the green are warned not to buy tickets from unauthorised operators. Our only advice is: simply don’t do it. You don’t know who you’re buying from, the ticket may be in breach of the terms and conditions set by the original ticketing agency (and therefore cancelled), or the same ticket might have been sold multiple times to different people. We hate seeing fans pay inflated prices for tickets or turned away because their ticket isn’t valid. Beware of sites offering “100% money back guarantee” as this is not the same as getting to experience the show you have booked tickets for. We constantly see disappointed fans turned away at the door when they present tickets which have either been cancelled, sold multiple times, or are complete fakes. Not only is it a waste of money, it is simply heartbreaking for fans when this happens – particularly right outside the venue door. Unfortunately, when this happens, neither a day on the green nor the authorised ticketing agency can help you in getting a refund or re-issuing the unauthorised ticket. At no time does a day on the green allocate tickets to any of the following organisations: theticketmerchant.com.au | ticketfinders.com.au | worldticketshop.com | ebay.com.au | viagogo.com.au | Ticketmaster Resale (accessible via ticketmaster.com.au) Scalpers also use the platform Ticketmaster Resale but that does not make them authorised sellers. This can be confusing because Ticketmaster is our official ticketing outlet. Ticketmaster and Ticketmaster Resale are two different things – there is no guarantee that tickets bought on Ticketmaster Resale will be valid tickets. The only way you can be assured of paying the correct prices and actually receiving valid tickets is by purchasing via our official ticketing agent Ticketmaster OR via the AAMI Lucky Club should you be an AAMI customer.

What does a day on the green do to prevent ticket scalping?

a day on the green limits the number of tickets individuals can purchase to a concert. On shows that are considered to be particularly popular, numbers may be greatly limited and special measures may be employed such as lining up in person to purchase tickets, ticket suppression and/or photo identification being required to enter a seat/venue on the night. We monitor prominent auction sites and unauthorised resellers for tickets that are being sold in breach of our authorised ticketing agencies’ Terms of Sale. It is worth noting that it is against the Listing Policy of most auction sites and unauthorised resellers to offer products that are not physically in the seller’s possession. Unfortunately, these measures can often inconvenience the fans we're trying to protect; however these are the current methods available to us to limit and control scalping. You should seriously consider whether to buy tickets from a scalper. We also do our best to educate our customers not to purchase tickets via any secondary resale site with messaging on our website and social media channels. Our hope is that the various Governments will introduce anti-scalping legislation that will protect and look after the interest of honest fans. Australians and New Zealanders are passionate about their music, sport and entertainment and, we believe, shouldn't be taken advantage of by unscrupulous individuals.

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Ticketmaster / September 21, 2022

OFFICIAL DATES CONFIRMED: ROBBIE WILLIAMS IS RETURNING TO AUSTRALIA IN NOVEMBER 2023

Robbie Williams "can't wait to do these shows in 2023 and spend time with my fans."

Good news: ROBBIE WILLIAMS will return to Australia in November 2023

That’s right folks, one our all time fave headline acts will take the stage across the country in a series of special event dates which have been announced by Roundhouse Entertainment, Mellen Events, Chugg Entertainment and Frontier Touring.

It’s been a remarkable time for the iconic, Brit pop-star who will perform for audiences in Mount Cotton, QLD at Sirromet Wines, Geelong, VIC at Mt Duneed Estate and Swan Valley, WA at Nikola Estate.

Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday 30 September at 1pm.

Robbie Williams 2023 Australia Tour Dates

  • November 18, 2023, Sirromet Wines – Mount Cotton, QLD
  • November 25, 2023, Mt Duneed Estate – Waurn Ponds, VIC
  • December 1, 2023, Nikola Estate – Middle Swan, WA

Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday 30 September at 1pm (local time)

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Robbie Williams is without a doubt one of the finest male pop stars of his generation, having sold more than 85 million albums, with 13 UK number one albums (the most for any solo artist, equalled only by Elvis Presley) and 14 number one singles as a solo artist. 

With an unparalleled catalogue of pop hits, including Angels , Rock DJ , Kids (with Kylie Minogue), Feel , Better Man , Love My Life , Supreme and countless more career-defining smash singles, the  Let Me Entertain You   superstar does exactly that!  

Robbie Williams who is known for is love of performing to Australian crowds is raring to deliver his live show to his favourite cities down under in 2023.   

“ Australia is one of my favourite places in the world to tour,” says Robbie. “I feel so at home there and hugely appreciate the warm, loving welcome I always receive. I can’t wait to do these shows in 2023 and spend some time with my fans.”  

Don’t miss the ultimate showman, Robbie Williams , live in concert when he returns to Australia in November 2023!  

Robbie Williams | Lost (XXV)

When is Robbie Williams touring?

Sirromet Wines – Saturday 18 November 2023 Mt Duneed Estate – Saturday 25 November 2023 Nikola Estate – Friday 1 December 2023

When do tickets for Robbie Williams go on sale?

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday 30 September at 1pm local time.

How much are tickets for Robbie Williams?

What is included in the vip packages for robbie williams, let me entertain you vip:.

  • One (1) Gold Reserve Ticket
  • VIP Priority Check-in
  • Gourmet Picnic Hamper
  • VIP Laminate & Lanyard
  • VIP XXV Special Edition Programme
  • $50 Voucher for Merchandise Shopping
  • Free Robbie Williams XXV Tote Bag when you shop

Millennium VIP

How many tickets can I buy to Robbie Williams?

There is a ticket limit of 4 (four) tickets per customer for Presales.

There is a ticket limit of 10 (ten) tickets per customer for General Public Onsale.

Get to know Mobile Tickets!

All tickets purchased to Robbie Williams via Ticketmaster are digital, meaning you can easily access your tickets on your phone via the Ticketmaster app or the web browser on your mobile phone, add them straight to your phone’s ticket wallet, and share them with your friends and family.

No PDFs, no printing, and no paper mean that you’ve always got your ticket with you.

Download the Ticketmaster App, and find more information about Mobile Tickets, here.

Top tip:  To make entry on event day as quick as possible, we recommend adding your tickets to your phone’s wallet before arriving at the venue!

Hints and tips for improving your chances of getting ROBBIE WILLIAMS tickets

Make sure you have a my ticketmaster account.

Get the basics covered before tickets go on sale by logging in and checking your Ticketmaster account ahead of time. If you don’t have a Ticketmaster Account then make sure you sign up in advance –  Ticketmaster.com.au .

Sign into your My Ticketmaster account ahead of time

Remember to triple check your passwords, account information, and billing information are all filled in correctly in advance, that way you’re not facing any last-minute account updates when trying to process your order.

Keep your options open with ‘Best Available’

Save time by searching “Best Available,” which scans all sections fast – it’s quicker than searching sections one at a time.

Keep an eye on the clock

There will be a time limit applied to all transactions as they’re progressed through the ticket purchasing stages. Remember to keep an eye on the timer on your screen and move through the processing pages as quickly as possible (this is even easier when you’ve completed the account set-up stage we mentioned above).

Don’t refresh your screen

Stick to one window while you’re in the  Waiting Room  and when you’re being pushed through  the Smart Queue  and always resist the urge to refresh.

Hitting the refresh button means you’ll lose your place in the queue and, as frustrating as it can get, patience is the only way to win this game. Ticketmaster is equipped with sophisticated systems that are designed to manage and process ticket purchases as quickly as possible. The queuing system that appears on your screen will place you at the front of the line as soon as possible.

Remember: there are a lot of fans

We’re expecting this to be a very popular event. When a popular event goes on sale there are hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of customers all attempting to purchase tickets at the same time. Tickets are sold as long as seats are available, and when an act is this popular, sometimes they go very quickly.

Be sure to follow the above tips to ensure you have the best chance of snapping up some tickets.

Robbie Williams returning to Australia November 2023. Tickets available via Ticketmaster.

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  6. Robbie Williams at A Day On The Green at Sirromet Winery

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    Robbie Williams, the undisputed King of pop, coming to our little neck of the woods at Sirromet Winery! What an absolutely magical afternoon and night! ... Frontier Touring for bringing us this great tour and Robbie Williams and his team, thank you so much for coming out to Sirromet Winery! I will never forget the night we spent with the ...

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    The Mission Estate Winery is witnessing preparations on an unprecedented scale. The stage being set up for the event surpasses even the grandeur of Elton John's rig. Approximately 50,000 Robbie fans are expected to fill the venue over the two days. Williams brings with him an entourage of around 80 people, including dancers and band members.

  4. Robbie Williams at Mission Estate Winery (11 Nov 2023)

    Tour name: XXV Tour - 25 Years of Hits. For fans of: Pop and Jazz. Share this concert. Share; Tweet; Line-up details. HEADLINER. ... Sunday November 12, 2023 Robbie Williams Mission Estate Winery, Napier; Related upcoming events. Saturday March 04, 2023 Sting Mission Estate Winery, Napier ...

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    Global phenomenon ROBBIE WILLIAMS' appearance at New Zealand's premiere entertainment event, the Mission Estate Winery Concert, has sold out in under an hour this afternoon. A second, and final, concert on Sunday, 12 November 2023, is now on sale and selling quickly. Mission Concert producer James Erskine, Chairman of Sports and ...

  8. Robbie Williams Announces New Queensland A Day On The Green Event

    Robbie Williams - 25 Years Of Hits Australian Tour 2023 Thursday, 16th November, 2023 - Allianz Stadium, Sydney, NSW Saturday, 18th November, 2023 - Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton, QLD (A Day ...

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    ROBBIE WILLIAMS XXV AUSTRALIAN TOUR A DAY ON THE GREEN Sat 18 Nov 2023 - Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton, QLD Lic. All Ages Sat 25 Nov 2023 - Mt Duneed Estate, Geelong, VIC Lic. All Ages ... fine wine and great music in magnificent locations remains unrivalled and is firmly established as one of Australia's most popular and premier outdoor ...

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    All Robbie Williams upcoming concerts for 2024 & 2025. Find out when Robbie Williams is next playing live near you. ... Robbie Williams tour dates 2024. Robbie Williams is currently touring across 1 country and has 1 upcoming concert. ... Nikola Estate Winery. Nov 30 2023. Middle Swan, WA, Australia. Nikola Estate Winery. View all past concerts.

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    We are delighted to announce global pop phenomenon ROBBIE WILLIAMS will return to Australia in November 2023 to play headline dates across the country, including five very exciting a day on the green events. Robbie will entertain a day on the green audiences playing Queensland's Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton; Geelong's Mt Duneed Estate on Victoria's Surf Coast; and will then make his Swan ...

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  15. Mission Estate Winery Concert

    Once again, thank you for being a part of this incredible journey. Since 2003 the Mission has hosted John Farnham, Belinda Carlisle, The B52's, Rod Stewart, Chris de Burgh, Olivia Newton John, Eric Clapton, Motown, Sting, Carole King and Barry Gibb.

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    ROBBIE WILLIAMS will return to Australia in November 2023 to play headline dates across the country, including five very exciting a day on the green events. Robbie will entertain a day on the green audiences playing Queensland's Sirromet Wines, Mount Cotton; Geelong's Mt Duneed Estate on Victoria's Surf Coast; and will then make his Swan ...

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    Robbie Williams 2023 Australia Tour Dates. November 18, 2023, Sirromet Wines - Mount Cotton, QLD. November 25, 2023, Mt Duneed Estate - Waurn Ponds, VIC. December 1, 2023, Nikola Estate - Middle Swan, WA. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday 30 September at 1pm (local time) Find tickets.

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