A Robbie Williams fan has died after suffering a catastrophic fall at a concert in Sydney last week.
The woman, aged in her 60s, fell six rows of seats at the pop star’s concert at Moore Park last Thursday and was left fighting for her life.
St Vincent’s Hospital confirmed the fan died on Tuesday afternoon.
It appears the elderly fan attempted to climb onto the rows of seats before slipping and falling.
A NSW Ambulance spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia paramedics were called to the scene around 10.15pm last Thursday.
A Robbie Williams fan (pictured) has died after suffering a catastrophic fall at a concert in Sydney last week
A woman fell from six rows of seats while attending Robbie Williams’ concert (pictured left with his wife Ayda Field)
“We were called following a fall of a woman aged around 70,” said the spokesperson.
“We treated her at the scene for injuries to her face and head and took her to St Vincent’s Hospital in a critical condition.”
A Venues NSW spokesperson said stadium staff treated the woman before emergency crews arrived.
“The client was immediately attended to by site staff and a nearby guest who is a trained healthcare professional,” they said.
“Doctors arrived shortly afterwards and the client was transported from the scene by ambulance to the hospital.”
The latest pop concert tragedy follows the death of a fan last Friday at a Taylor Swift concert in Brazil.
Ana Clara Benevides, 23, fainted while attending the show at the Estádio Olímpico Nilton Santos in Rio de Janeiro while the city was under a heat warning.
Mrs. Benevides had a cardiac arrest according to her cousin, Estela Benevides.
Swift was seen begging stadium staff to give spectators water in clips shared on social media.