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Robbie Williams: Homecoming

On Saturday, June 4, 2022 Stoke-on-Trent-born pop superstar (and Port Vale fan!) Robbie Williams' homecoming concert will take place at Vale Park.

This charity gig is raising money for local children's charities the Hubb Foundation and Donna Louise Children's Hospice and UNICEF.

Below is a number of FAQs that we will update regularly

Robbie Williams Homecoming FAQs

Tickets for the event were sold through Ticketmaster.

This event is now Sold Out.

There is no parking at the venue. Details about parking at 

Parking for wheelchair users with concert tickets for the accessibility stand can be booked by emailing, please be aware these spaces are extremely limited.

The gate you need to enter from will be printed on your ticket.

Each gate will be clearly signposted and event stewards will be more than happy to guide you.


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Robbie is doing it for the kids! Two children’s charities in Robbie’s home city of Stoke-on-Trent will benefit directly from the concert: and

Gates open at 5:30pm. The event is scheduled to begin at 6.40pm and finish by 10.30pm.


Lufthaus are an exciting, new three-piece group fusing the pulse of electronica with the art and structure of classic song-writing.

The group was formed in response to the very specific energy of the city of Berlin, but their creative juxtaposition of dance music with more ambient influences brings a true universality to their sound.

Their debut single Sway was released on Feb 11, followed by To The Light in April.

Lufthaus can be seen live for the first time supporting Robbie at his homecoming show at Vale Park on June 4.

Next single, Soul Seekers is released through Armada Music on July 1.

Motorists and visitors to Burslem are reminded that a number of streets will be closed and have restricted access around the Port Vale ground on Saturday (4 June) for the Robbie Williams gig.

Hamil Road, from the junction of High Lane to Jenkins Street, and Bycars Road will be closed to through traffic, and there will be no access from Hamil Road to Market Place (North).

A number of residential streets off Hamil Road and surrounding the ground will operate residents-only access, and staff from Event Support Team, the company managing the arrangements for the gig, will be on site to support local residents in accessing their properties.

The streets with residents-only access are:

Bowden Street

Bycars Road

Bycars Lane

Dollys Lane

Dartmouth Street

Garlick Street

Gordon Street

Lawton Street

Leigh Street

Leonard Street

Lorne Street

Louise Street,

Macclesfield Street

May Street

Park Road

Shaftesbury Avenue

Stanfield Road

Tellwright Road

Wade Street

Wilson Street

Concert-goers will be able to access taxi-drop off and pick-up points in Burslem Park after the gig, between 9.30-11pm. Taxis from Lucky Seven and City Centre cabs will access the park from Moorland Road and exit onto Park Road, and the taxi route will be marshalled for pedestrian safety.

Around 20,000 fans are expected to attend the concert on Saturday. Motorists are urged to allow extra time for their journeys and to plan on using alternative routes if they are not attending the gig.

Event Support Team (EST) have been contracted to oversee the traffic management plan for the event. There are a number of ways to contact them:

  • Their website for the event is:
  • Email:
  • Telephone: 02476 997605
  • Instagram: eventsupportteam
  • Facebook: Port Vale Parking

You should by now have received a letter from Event Support Team (EST) giving information and contact details should you have any concerns or questions.

Anyone with queries about this should contact EST: or call 02476 997605

All roads near the stadium will be residents’ parking only (a letter has been sent to all affected residents and businesses). The roads will be staffed by Event Support Team. Signage will be erected informing the public of this and the roads will be staffed from 2pm to 11pm. Please be assured that access for residents will be allowed at all times and our sole purpose is to deter concert attendees from parking on the local street network. To achieve this each ‘soft road closure’ will be staffed by a trained operative and, on approach, you will be asked if you are a resident, (we do advise you to carry some proof of address if you can for this short period so the marshals don’t unnecessarily delay you. Concert attendees will be refused access to stop them parking on your road.

Road Closure – Hamil Road and the junctions of Jenkins Street and High Lane will be closed after the event from 9.30pm to 11pm approximately to assist with pedestrian safety. Pedestrian and emergency vehicle access will always be maintained during the road closure. Hamil Road should be avoided by vehicles during these times (if possible), and alternative routes used (a signed diversion route will also be in place whilst this road closure is live).

How you can help – Could we please ask that you to only receive essential deliveries, food orders and visitors on  Saturday 4th June to keep disruption to a minimum?

There will be no ‘on-site’ parking (Vale Park) provision other than production vehicles and a limited amount of wheelchair user spaces. For pre-booked parking visit:

A park and ride operation will be in operation from the Bet365 Stadium – with a shuttle bus service available from 12pm.

A range of official merchandise for Robbie’s one-off homecoming gig will only be sold on the day from inside the concert village and stadium.

Accreditation for the Robbie Williams: Homecoming gig will be authorised by the Port Vale FC Media Team.

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