He’s the U.K.’s number-one British solo artist and, with more than 75 million records sold worldwide, one of the best-selling music artists of all time: Now Robbie Williams continues his highly successful U.S. residency, returning to Wynn Las Vegas with his unforgettable concert experience. The global pop phenomenon kicks off his exclusive Wynn appearances in March, where he’ll perform his biggest hits as well as a few special surprises.
Whether you know Williams’ work from such hugely popular songs as “Millennium,” “Rock DJ” and “Angels,” or his contributions to the soundtracks for hit films like X Men: First Class and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, Robbie Williams will thrill you with a night of sensational music and entertainment.
Returning to the Encore theater where he performed to sold-out audiences during his 2019 Wynn residency, Williams and his incredible voice are sure to shine again amid the exceptional acoustics of this intimate, state-of-the-art theater.
Williams is known for his velvety pop-rock voice. He started with boy band pop group Take That, who's song "Back for Good" soared onto the US charts in 1995. The smash hit reached No. 7 in the US, but in many countries, including UK, Germany and Norway, it reached No. 1.
Williams started his solo career in 1995 and for the past 25 years, has been entertaining crowds with his rebel persona and songs like "Millennium," his 1998 hit where Williams imitated a James Bond-type character in a tuxedo, classic sports car and rotating circular bed--how very classic Vegas (we knew we liked this guy)! Other hits include "Rock DJ," "Kids," "Candy" and "Somethin' Stupid," the classic Sinatra song, sung by Williams with Actress Nicole Kidman.
Williams has also been included in a number of soundtracks, including recordings such as Queen's "We Are the Champions" for 2001's "A Knight's Tale" and Bobby Darin's "Beyond the Sea" for the "Finding Nemo" soundtrack. Williams has also taken to the big screen several times, including performing in the biographical film "De-Lovely," about the life of composer Cole Porter.