Tickets for Robbie Williams three nights at London's O2 Arena later this month sold out in less than an hour after going on sale this morning (October 9).
The singer's comeback shows sold 50,000 tickets upon going on sale at 9am earlier today, which saw ticket applications oversubscribed by 5000%.
There was extraordinary demand today for the Robbie Williams concerts at The O2, probably the biggest on sale for a live event that we have witnessed so far in 2012," commented Ticketmaster.
"The tickets for these hugely anticipated concerts sold out in less than an hour. By using Ticketmaster's Paperless Tickets initiative, the artist management has also ensured that all these tickets have gone to genuine Robbie fans."
To coincide with the release of his new album Take The Crown, Williams will perform headline gigs at the O2 Arena at the end of November.
The London stint will kick off on November 22, while a further two dates follow on November 23 and 24.
Williams, who has not been on a solo tour since 2006, took to the stage in front of 2,300 fans at Leeds Academy for his three-date mini tour last month.
Robbie Williams will release his new album Candy on November 5.
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