ROBBIE Williams has added a fourth and final Victorian show to his 2018 tour.
Due to popular demand Williams will now play Rochford Wines on Thursday February 22.
The show, titled An Evening on the Green, is from the makers of A Day on the Green.
All 18,000 tickets to the British popstar’s Geelong A Day on the Green show on March 3 sold out in a day, while only a handful of tickets are left for his two Rod Laver Arena shows on February 24 and 25.
Williams will hit the stage at 7.45pm, with guests Sheppard on at 6.45pm.
Tickets go on sale 12pm Monday at Ticketmaster.
It is the first A Day on the Green show in Victoria to be held on a weeknight; an Evening on the Green events have previously only been held in Western Australia.
Williams was already set to play to close to 50,000 fans in Victoria with his three shows.
A pre-sale for A Day on the Green members starts on December 8.
General admission tickets for the Rochford Wines show start at $125.90, with prices going to $299.90 for diamond tickets. Dining and show packages are available.
Williams has released a new album of rare and unreleased songs, Under the Radar Volume 2.
It is available in physical or digital copies from his website, but is also available to stream on Spotify.
Several songs were written by Williams’ Melbourne songwriting mates Flynn Francis and Tim Metcalfe.
Williams is on a break on his Heavy Entertainment Tour, which restarts in Auckland on February 18 and ends at Perth Arena on March 18.
The Let Love Be Your Energy hitmaker cancelled the final two dates of his European leg of the tour after a mystery illness that saw him hospitalised.
In late October Williams said his recovery was on track — he has no dates planned until his Australian shows.
“Now I am vegan, I do pilates every day,” Williams said. “I do yoga every day and have a really big burger on a Sunday. I have a cheat meal. But I’m looking after myself. I know I’m going to be better than ever.”
Williams returned his George Michael cover Freedom 90 to this tour as a tribute to the late pop star.