June 25, 2013, 9:19 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Following three sold-out gigs at The O2 late last year, Robbie Williams will now perform four nights at Wembley Stadium as part of his European Take The Crown tour. Despite having his single Candy shunned by BBC Radio 1, the star has proved that he's still relevant in today's music industry with demand for tickets for his last four shows oversubscribed by 5,000 per cent. For those travelling to London for the concert, a great selection of London hotels can be booked through LondonTown.com, many of which are easily accessible from Wembley Stadium.
Known for his classic tunes that get the crowds going, Williams is expected to treat London audiences to all the favourites including Angels, Let Me Entertain You, She's The One and Millennium. He will also perform tracks from his tenth number one album, Take the Crown. Among the tracks will be chart-toppingsingle Candy, which marked the second time that Williams has had a number one single and album in the charts at the same time.
The support actfor all the London dates and throughout Europe will be X Factor 2009 runner up,OllyMurs. Having successfully sold out his own arena tours and supported One Direction on their American tour, Murs is no stranger to the stage. With his third studio album Right Place Right Time releasedin 2012, he will be performing his three chart-toppingsingles from the album - Troublemaker, Army of Two and Dear Darlin' - as well as hits from his previous two albums.
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