Robbie Williams headlines Granca Life Fest 2024 in Gran Canaria

Tickets for Granca Life Fest 2024, set to take place in Gran Canaria this July with Robbie WIlliams as a headliner, are now on sale via "" and "".

The renowned British singer Robbie Williams is set to be the main act at Granca Live Fest 2024, performing on Thursday, 4 July, at the Gran Canaria Stadium, as confirmed by the festival’s organisers last Friday. With an illustrious career highlighted by over 85 million albums sold globally, the pop icon is a significant addition to the third annual Canary Islands music celebration.

Ticket sales for the event commenced this month through “” and “”. This comes after Robbie Williams captivated audiences with his electrifying performances in Barcelona and Lisbon in March 2023, marking his return to Spain to celebrate 25 years of his solo career with a dynamic live show, coinciding with the release of his latest album, XXV.

Attendees at Granca Live Fest can anticipate a setlist filled with hits such as ‘Let Me Entertain You’, ‘Feel’, ‘No Regrets’, ‘Rock DJ’, and ‘Angels’, encapsulating the essence of Robbie Williams’ enduring appeal. The success of his recent album XXV, which soared to the top of the charts upon its release, has cemented his status in the UK, achieving 14 number one albums, a feat surpassed only by The Beatles.

Robbie Williams headlines Granca Life Fest 2024 in Gran Canaria

Adding to his accolades, Williams has received 18 BRIT Awards, setting a record unmatched by any other artist, as highlighted by the festival’s organisers. His recent documentary, ‘Robbie Williams’, released on Netflix in 2023, has drawn significant attention, offering an intimate look at his journey from his early days with ‘Take That’ to his current status as a music icon, attracting 5.5 million viewers in its first month and topping the charts in 22 countries while also ranking in the Top 10 in 48 others.

The festival will commence on 4 July with performances by Pedro Capó and Pedro Pastor, followed by a stellar lineup on the subsequent days featuring Black Eyed Peas, Mora, Juanes, Melendi, Álvaro de Luna, and Nia, culminating on 6 July with acts such as Maná, Estopa, Jhayco, Christian Nodal, Cruz Cafuné, and Kany García.

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