The Take That member will have his upcoming Estonia concert, which will be held on August 20, beamed into selected theaters in Europe.
Fans can grab cinema tickets to watch Robbie Williams' upcoming concert. The concert, which will be held at Estonia's 70,000-capacity Tallinn Song Festival on August 20, will be filmed and beamed live into select theaters across 27 territories, including U.K. cinemas from the British big three exhibition chains, Odeon, Vue and Cineworld.
At the concert, Williams will perform his solo hits, which include "Bodies", "Millennium", "Let Me Entertain You" and "Angels", as well as the tracks from his latest album, "Take the Crown". Tickets for the concert are available on the participating cinemas or via the singer's official website. The performance begins at 06:45 P.M. and is scheduled to last for two hours.
Grant Calton, the CEO of Omniverse Vision that helps distribute Williams' concert to the cinemas, said, "This is a hugely exciting event both for us and for the burgeoning event cinema industry; we are delighted to be working with IE Music and look forward to delivering some stellar cinema attendances."
Williams is currently in the middle of his "Take The Crown Stadium Tour 2013". The tour kicked off at Dublin's Aviva Stadium on June 14. He has been receiving rave reviews for his performances.