The Robbie Williams fan who died after falling down six rows of seats during his Sydney concert has been identified.
Robyn Hall, who was in her 70s, died at St Vincent’s Hospital on Monday after being in an induced coma for almost a week.
Her son Michael Hall paid tribute to her on Facebook on Tuesday, saying he had lost his “best friend.”
“I don’t have the words to express what my mother meant to me,” he said.
The woman who died after falling down six flights of stairs at Robbie Williams’ concert on Thursday night has been identified as Robyn Hall (pictured).
Her son Michael (pictured left) announced her death on Tuesday after being alone for almost a week and remembered her as his “best friend”.
“Taken away from me and my best friend is no longer with me… I love you forever.”
Ms Hall had been in an induced coma since Thursday when she was rushed to hospital in a critical condition from Allianz Stadium in Moore Park.
It is believed she climbed over chairs before slipping and falling down six rows of seats.
Paramedics were called to the stadium around 10.15pm on Thursday after reports a woman had fallen.
Williams’ concert ended around 10 p.m., when about 40,000 fans began to leave the concert, and around the same time when Ms. Hall began climbing over the seats and falling
She suffered serious head and facial injuries and was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital.
The sold-out show began shortly after 7 p.m. and ended around 10 p.m. as the 40,000 fans made their way to the exit.
At about this time, the woman began climbing over the seats and fell.
Williams will return to the stage at AAMI Park in Melbourne on Wednesday evening after taking a week off from his XXV. tour of Australia.
The next two nights mark the end of the largely sold-out tour, which also included spots at wineries in Queensland, Geelong and Perth.
Robbie Williams is pictured at the concert in Sydney