Robbie Williams is set to send fans into a frenzy when tickets to his November concerts at the O2 Arena go on sale tomorrow morning (9th October).

Robbie’s last major solo tour in 2006, Close Encounters, sold out in less than two hours and made the Guinness Book of Records as 1.6 million tickets were snapped up in a single day.

Although a pre-registration mechanic has been established for the November shows, many fans will still miss out on tickets and are being warned not to buy on the black market. Fans should avoid street traders and unregulated auction sites without a guarantee to avoid being left disappointed, ticketless and out of pocket.

A seller said: “’Robbie Williams tickets’ is currently the most searched for music term on our site. The gigs are guaranteed to be a sell out, and with 1.8 million Brits* duped by ticket scams in the last year, we’re advising fans to be wary of auction sites and unregulated black market traders who don't offer a guarantee.”