Singer Robbie Williams will visit the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Wednesday 21 June.
Williams, 43, will release songs from his 11th studio album, as well as a range of hits from his three-decade career.
Security measures will be strict following the recent terrorist attacks and all spectators must allow sufficient time to enter the stadium. Doors open at 5 p.m.
So what can you expect?
Well, he once played a touching concert at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium where he changed Strong’s lyrics to pay tribute to the victim of the Manchester terror attack.
During the show, the star changed the lyrics to Strong’s chorus in support of Manchester, singing, “Manchester, we are strong, we are strong, we are strong, we always sing our songs, our songs.”
The lyrics appeared on the big screen with the entire audience.
Examiner of Manchester Evening News gave the show a boost. She said: “Robbie has undoubtedly mellowed with age and with some humorous anecdotes about the time spent with his two children and his father joining him on stage for a duet of Sweet Caroline, it’s clear it’s is his family that matters more than ever.
“He joked that he was on drugs – this time to relieve his back pain – and mentioned getting old more than once or twice.
But 43 or not, he still has that boyish charm and swagger, as well as the ability to have a crowd of 50,000 clinging to his every word. “
Scottish reviewed her gig in Edinburgh and gave it a three star review and you can expect fireworks and flamethrowers as well as “comically overplayed dance moves and a half dozen scantily clad dancers clinging to him “.
What is he going to sing?
We don’t know for sure, but judging from previous shows on the current tour, we’re pretty sure the following songs will be on the show.
The heavy entertainment show
Let me entertain you
Party like a Russian
Love my life
Medley: which may include Livin On A Prayer / Rehab / She’s The One