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Take That UK tour: How to buy tickets today

Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald will tour next year

Middelfart, Denmark. 07th, July 2023. The English pop group Take That performs a live concert at Hindsgavl Slot in Middelfart. Here singers Gary Barlow (C), Howard Donald (L) and Mark Owen (R) are seen live on stage. (Photo credit: Gonzales Photo - Kent Rasmussen).
Take That have announced a tour. (Gonzales Photo - Kent Rasmussen).

Take That have added extra dates to their tour of the UK and Ireland next year.

Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen told fans they were “extremely excited” to announce the string of concerts.

The gigs will be in support of their upcoming album, This Life, which is due out on 24 November. Their opening act will be X Factor star Olly Murs.

Here is everything you need to know about the concerts.

How to buy Take That tickets

Gary Barlow from Take That performing on stage at BST Hyde Park in London. Picture date: Saturday July 1, 2023. (Photo by Jordan Pettitt/PA Images via Getty Images)
The group will tour next year. (PA Images via Getty Images)

Buy Take That tour tickets

Tickets for Take That’s 2024 tour are on sale on Ticketmaster now, with prices starting from £60 plus booking fees. It will be the group’s first UK tour since their 2019 Greatest Hits Live shows, meaning demand for tickets is likely to be high.

Take That tour dates in full

Take That’s tour kicks off in April at Utilita Arena in Sheffield, and other tour stops along the way include Leeds, Dublin, Manchester, Glasgow, Bristol, Birmingham and Southampton.

The group will play five dates in London at the O2.

  • 13 and 14 April - Sheffield Utilita Arena

  • 19 and 20 April - Leeds First Direct Arena

  • 22 and 23 April - Dublin 3 Arena

  • 25, 26, 27 and 30 April; 1 May - London The O2

  • 3, 4 and 5 May - Glasgow OVO Hydro

  • 7, 8, 10 and 11 May - Manchester Co-op Live

  • 14, 15, 17, 18 and 19 May - Birmingham Utilita Arena

  • 24 May - Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium

  • 25 and 26 May - Nottingham The City Ground Stadium

  • 28 May - Norwich Carrow Road Stadium

  • 30 May - Milton Keynes Stadium MK

  • 1 and 2 June - Southampton St Mary’s Stadium

  • 4 June - Plymouth Home Park Stadium

  • 6 June - Swansea Stadium

  • 8 and 9 June - Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium

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