The singer Robbie Williams happened this weekend in our country. He did this with two concerts, one on Friday and the other on Saturday, at the Palau Sant Jordi of Barcelona that they had LOS40 as official broadcaster. Tickets to see the artist live sold out within just half an hour of going on sale.

The 18,000 people who filled the hall sang and danced in a to show where, the one who was the star of one of the first ‘group of boys’ of the 1990s, celebrated its 25th anniversary on stage as a soloist since he left the band Take that.

The British star, who drew applause and shouts from a devoted audience, was accompanied by a band of three backing vocalists and musicians, with three guitars and two basses, a drummer, keyboards, two trumpets and a sax. The singer cracked jokes, poked fun at himself, told stories, danced and rewatched some of the biggest hits of his solo career, of which there are many. let me entertain you, Strong, Love of my life, Feel, Candy, Rock DJ, No regrets oh It’s the right one These are just a few of the songs that Robbie Williams brought to life live at each of his concerts.

The journey in which the artist is immersed is called XXV Tour 2023. It is visit follows the release of his album, XXV; an album that brings together several of his big hits and their favorites Fans throughout these 25 years of career.

Over that quarter century, Williams has amassed more than 85 million records sold In the whole world. At the beginning of last September, he made his fourteenth album number 1 in the United Kingdom with XXV, which topped the charts in its first week of release. With this incredible achievement, the music icon has broke the record be the solo artist with the most UK number 1 albums. In 2019, he has already equaled the record of Elvis Presley in the charts, when he scored his thirteenth album number 1 with The Christmas present. Solo The Beatles surpass that figure, with 15 #1 albums. In total, throughout his solo career and with Take That, Robbie Williams has 19 #1 albums, a fact that positions him as one of the two artists with the most #1s of all timejust behind Paul McCartney.

After the stopover in Barcelona, ​​he will continue his tour of Mexico, Portugal, Israel, Romania and other countries in the coming months before return to Spain in summerwhere he will perform at festivals marenostrum of Fuengirola (June 15) , Mad of Madrid (July 6) there The Gozo Festival of Santiago de Compostela (July 8).

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