ROBBIE WILLIAMS

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Sandringham, 27th Aug 2023

Due to phenomenal demand ROBBIE WILLIAMS will perform a second exclusive show at the Royal Sandringham Estate, Norfolk on Sun 27 Aug 2023! These will be his only stand-alone headline concerts in the UK in 2023 and the first prestigious large scale live music events to be hosted at Sandringham.

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ROBBIE WILLIAMS

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27th Aug 2023

Sandringham

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Due to phenomenal demand Robbie Williams, will perform a second very special concert at the Royal Estate of Sandringham on Sunday 27th August 2023. These two nights, will be his only stand-alone headline concerts in the UK and the first prestigious large scale live music events to be hosted at Sandringham. 

Heritage Live promoter Giles Cooper says: 

“It’s been an ambition of us all at Heritage Live to stage a concert for the legendary Robbie Williams and the thing about Robbie is that he keeps getting better and better! His 2022 Arena tour show was the best I’d ever seen him perform and for me he’s the best entertainer since Elvis!  We can’t wait!  It will be the most magical concert in the most amazing surroundings that’ll live in our memories for ever!” 

September 2022’s release of the album XXV marked the fact – remarkable, improbable, indisputable – that it is now over twenty-five years since Robbie Williams tumbled out of the boy band Take That into a solo career that no one, not even him, could yet quite imagine. What has happened since then…well, part of the story can be told through the swagger of sales and statistics: over 85 million albums sold around the world; thirteen UK number one albums (the most for any solo artist, equalled only by Elvis Presley); fourteen number one singles; the most concert tickets sold in a day (1.6 million on November 19, 2005); the record-breaking three nights at Knebworth to 375,000 people in 2003; the parallel grand successes of his swing albums and of a reconvened Take That (upon release in 2010, the Progress album became the fastest selling album of the twenty-first century, and the subsequent tour was the biggest-selling British tour ever); an unprecedented and unmatched 18 Brit awards; the Christmas album, the X-Factor judging, the Royal Shakespeare Company musical The Boy In The Dress, Soccer Aid, numerous collaborations in music, art, radio, books, fashion, TV and film, and on and on and on… 

 Special guests are still to be announced. Gates open at 2pm. The event closes at 10.30pm. 

THE VENUE

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Sandringham

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Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, is the much-loved country retreat of the British Royal Family and has been the private home...

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EVENT INFO

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VIP GUEST AREA

Take advantage of a VIP Ticket (must be purchased on top of your concert ticket) which entitles you to the facilities of the VIP GUEST AREA.

> VIP toilets, VIP Bar (cards only), unreserved additional relaxed seating areas, plus picnic benches scattered on the grass within the VIP compound, plus 'street artist' entertainment.

> VIP ticket holders will also have early access to the concert arena, when possible.

ACCESSIBLE TICKETS

For discounted Accessible tickets, please purchase your tickets online at AXS Ticketing. Please note that if you also require a space on our Access Viewing Platform (AVP) and/or a space in our disabled car parks, you MUST book this option when buying your concert tickets via AXS Ticketing. Spaces on the AVP and within the Disabled Car Parks cannot be booked separately, or at a later date. Please note these tickets are sold on a first-come-first-served basis.

Access Toilets will be provided in the main arena and within the AVP compound.

In addition, ‘Vehicles for Change’ will be providing one of their vehicles for individuals who require either a changing bench and/or hoist or where more space for wheelchair users to access the toilet is needed. The vehicle has either a tail-lift or side-lift with large opening doors which enable the wheelchair user to move straight into the toilet and washroom space. Inside, there is plenty of room for carers or family members who may need to assist or accompany the user. There is a sink at wheelchair height, a toilet with drop down grab rails at either side, a full sized (6 ft) free standing and height adjustable changing bench and an electric ceiling tracked hoist which is compatible with all loop slings. A shower is included with hot and cold running water. They all have heating and consumables such as wipes and disposable gloves and a bin for waste will be provided.

E-TICKETS

Please download your E-tickets to your mobile phone (or print them off) before leaving for the concert, as Wi-Fi and 4G signals are very limited onsite.

ALCOHOL, SOFT DRINKS, FOOD, CHAIRS

Food, alcohol and soft drinks must be purchased on site and cannot be brought into the concert arena. Prohibited items will be confiscated upon entry. There will be an array of artisan food traders and bars onsite.

In common with all large-scale outdoor concerts and festivals, camping chairs cannot be brought into the concert arena for safety reasons, but there will be picnic benches and hay bales scattered around the edges of the concert arena and also placed within the Food Village, Craft Village and Funfair field (where deck chairs can also be hired). For those who have purchased VIP tickets, there will also be some relaxed (unreserved) scattered seating withing the VIP Compound.

TRAVELLING BY CAR

Access to the Sandringham concert site via road on concert days will be very busy - we recommend setting off early and being prepared to wait for parking. Leaving the site will also take a considerable time due to the limited road infrastructure surrounding the estate. We request that customers please be patient and respectful to our staff and neighbours when leaving the venue. Please allow a maximum of 120mins to enter and to leave the car parks. Car parks will open from midday (concert arena will open at 2pm).

There is plenty of car parking space in the grounds of Sandringham for the Heritage Live concerts, which will be clearly signposted as you approach the estate. We do advise purchasing a parking ticket in advance - when purchasing your concert tickets you will be offered the option to also purchase a parking ticket (priced at £10 per car). It will also be possible to purchase a car park ticket (cash only) on the evening of your chosen concert.

Sandringham is 6 miles north-east of King's Lynn and is signposted from the A148 Fakenham road and the A149 Hunstanton road.

Newer satellite navigation systems should recognise the Royal Park’s postcode of PE35 6AB.

TRAVELLING BY BUS

Travelling on the way to the concert:

Bus number 35 from King's Lynn Bus Station or from Hunstanton.

Tel: 01553 611955 (Lynxbus) Lynxbus Timetable

On leaving the concert, National Express run coaches to King's Lynn Bus Station. For detailed timetables and enquiries please phone 0871 781 8181 or visit www.nationalexpress.com

TAXIS

TRAVELLING BY TRAIN

The nearest train station is King’s Lynn (6 miles approximately), where you can connect to the First bus service.

King’s Lynn train station has the following connections:

  • London (Kings Cross): Hourly service to and from King’s Lynn
  • Peterborough: Hourly service to and from King’s Lynn
  • Norwich: Hourly service to and from King’s Lynn
    Detailed timetables can be found at nationalrail.co.uk

Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), run trains to King's Lynn Railway Station. This is still an hourly service on weekends and Bank Holidays. qjump.co.uk

TRAVELLING BY BIKE

National Cycle Route 1 passes close to Sandringham. View map.

Telephone 0117 929 0888 (Sustrans). www.sustrans.org.uk

DOGS

Please note that dogs are not permitted on the concert site. All assistance dogs are welcome, but please book this in advance by emailing info@heritagelive.net. Please clean up after your dog and do not leave your dog unattended in a car under any circumstances.

CAMPING

Camping is not permitted on the concert site, but there are numerous campsites in the local area. We advise booking well in advance:

Sandringham Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Sandringham Estate, Coach Road, The, Sandringham PE35 6EA 01485 542555

Sandringham Estate Caravan & Motorhome Club Campsite, Glucksburg Woods PE35 6EZ 01553 631614

Pinecones Camping, A149 Dersingham by pass, King's Lynn PE31 6WL 01485 544224

Gatton Waters, King's Lynn PE31 6BZ 01485 600643

Hunstanton Camping & Glamping, S Beach Rd, Heacham, King's Lynn PE31 7BB 01485 571635

Norfolk Nibbles, Pinecones Campsite, King's Lynn PE31 6WL 07895 399041

Diglea Holiday Park, 32 Beach Rd, Snettisham, King's Lynn PE31 7RA 01485 541367

Kings Lynn Caravan and Camping Park, Parkside House, New Rd, North Runcton, King's Lynn PE33 0QR 01553 840004

Four Acres Campsite, 1, Hall Farm Barns, Walton Rd, East Winch, Norfolk PE32 1HH 07538 607130

South Beach Farm Camping, 70 S Beach Rd, Heacham, King's Lynn PE31 7BB 07775 322397

Dreamy Hollows Woodland Campsite, Fakenham Rd, King's Lynn PE31 8PX 07564 226780

Rickels Camping, Bircham Rd, King's Lynn PE31 8PU 01485 518671

Norfolk Coast B&B's and Camping, 72 S Beach Rd, Heacham, King's Lynn PE31 7BB 01485 571635

WHAT ELSE SHOULD I KNOW

> Food, alcohol and soft drinks must be purchased on site and cannot be brought into the concert arena. Prohibited items will be confiscated upon entry.

> Single-use plastics are prohibited

> In common with all large-scale outdoor concerts and festivals, camping chairs cannot be brought into the concert arena for safety reasons, but there will be picnic benches and hay bales scattered around the edges of the concert arena and also placed within the Food Village, Craft Village and Funfair field (where deck chairs can also be hired). For those who have purchased VIP tickets, there will also be some relaxed (unreserved) scattered seating withing the VIP Compound.

> Children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

> There is plenty of car parking available at Sandringham, which is charged at £10 per car, but please allow plenty of time for your journey to and from the venue as the local road infrastructure is very limited and there are likely to be some delays. We request that customers please be patient and respectful to our staff and neighbours when leaving the venue. Please allow a maximum of 120mins to enter and to leave the car parks. Car parks will open from midday (concert arena will open at 2pm).

> Please do not set-off to the concert without having first arranged how you are going to get home.

> Please download your E-tickets to your mobile phone (or print them off) before leaving for the concert, as Wi-Fi and 4G signals are very limited onsite.