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Robbie Williams to play Croke Park
After his very memorable appearance at Slane Castle, Robbie Williams has announced a Croke Park date next summer.
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 14 Nov 2005
Hot on the heels of new album Intensive Care, the UK's cheekiest chappie will be playing his biggest world tour to date, which includes a night at the Dublin ground on July 9.
Tickets are on sale for members of www.robbiewilliams.com until 5pm on November 18, after which they'll go on general sale on November 28 at 8am for the same price of €56.80.
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