Laughed myself sick when my friend said, as Rob was coming on stage, "He's looking at me, he's definately looking at me!!".
Good God girl, we're 38 and 44, if I was a young healthy male with 58.998 other spectacular girls around I would never choose us....hahahaha.
But what a f*cking great night we had!!!
I didn't bought a ticket in presale...because it thought i felt a bit to old to stand between screaming teenagers...ofcourse i regretted it later when i saw the billboards and add off the show....but i thought it was to late because all the shows were sold out in a flash. But to my surprise the day of the show i found out some extra tickets were sold and i rushed to the box office this was 5 pm! rushed home made my family diner and rushed to the stadium....i missed the support act but at least was in time to see Robbie. Luckily i had a fixed seat with very good view at the stage...
By then i only bought 1 album...greatest hits...so i didn't even knew all the songs. But i was blown away....what a show what an entertainer...bloody fantastic...never experienced a gig like that. I knew then i wanted to go see him again and i did a few days later.
Since that show i now have all the albums and video's i could get my hands on...and drove my family crazy with my new obsession. LOL....
I'm a 49 year old man and I love robbie. :)
One of the best concerts I have ever been too! Was sixteen at the time, but knew every song by heart. It was my first and hopefully not last Robbie Williams experience. He'd been to the Netherlands before, but I wasn't allowed to go to any concerts because I was a 'kid' and my parents thought this Robbie 'craze/fase' would pass (boy were they wrong, started when I was seven, am now almost 22 and it's still growing strong :D). Instead I got my entire family (including my dad, who only listens to jazz and standerds and some opera) addicted to Robbie music and we now all have all of his albums, which means all five of us have our own copies. Yes, we're not very good at sharing ;) Right, back to the concert! It was brilliant, maybe he's even better live! It's definitely THE experience of a lifetime. So much energy, so much heart, you cannot be anything but overwhelmed. He also showed his love for Holland, by wearing some orange (the Dutch football team was playing that night) and kept us up to date on the score. What a night! Really can't wait for the new album to come out and for Robbie to go touring again! In the mean time I guess I'll just have to keep listening to some older songs and remember the good times and hope for more good times to come :D