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Take That announce massive 2024 live tour

Take That announce massive 2024 live tour

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Take That, one of the UK’s highly accomplished bands, has just revealed their comeback plans for 2024. They will embark on an extensive tour, performing in grand stadiums and arenas. Additionally, they have exciting news about their upcoming ninth studio album called “This Life,” which is scheduled to be released on November 24th. To add to the celebration, Take That has also dropped their latest single “Windows,” available now!

The upcoming tour, featuring Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald, will consist of 29 shows across 15 cities in the UK and Ireland. The trio will be accompanied by a special guest, Olly Murs. Please refer to the list below for all tour dates.

Those who pre-order the new album This Life from the official store before 10:00 on 26th September will receive a special code to access pre-sale tickets from Wednesday 27th September at 9.30 am. Tickets will go on general Friday 29th September at 9.30 am from the Take That page on Ticketmaster.

Take That is known for their spectacular live shows and grand productions. They have achieved a remarkable feat at London’s The O2, holding the record for the most performances with 34 headline shows. Their 2011 Progress tour made history by selling over 1 million tickets in less than 24 hours, making it the largest tour in the UK. This success earned them a third-place ranking on Billboard’s ‘Top 25 Tours’ list worldwide. To commemorate their 30th anniversary in 2019, Take That embarked on the sell-out Odyssey tour, consisting of 38 dates across 29 arenas and 9 stadiums, selling over 650,000 tickets.

Take That’s latest release, “Windows,” marks their long-awaited return to original songwriting after a hiatus of over five years. This beautiful track illuminates the journey from darkness to light, emphasized by the familiar falsetto that sets the tone for Take That’s new era. Filled with boundless energy, creativity, and an unwavering determination to push boundaries, this single signals an exciting chapter for one of Britain’s top-selling bands.

Windows offers a glimpse into the musicality of This Life, the band’s upcoming ninth studio album, their first since 2017’s Wonderland. Anticipate beautiful melodies, soaring choruses, and sophisticated harmonies seamlessly blending the trio’s voices throughout this captivating record, set to release on November 24th.

“The band expressed their joy in reuniting and creating this record in the studio. They described it as a liberating experience, shedding the old and embracing the new. The members expressed immense pride in the album, highlighting its ability to foster a sense of unity, both within the band and among listeners seeking connection in their own lives. They eagerly anticipate embarking on this new chapter.”

During the writing and recording process, the band refined their new sound in renowned music studios such as New York’s Electric Lady Studios and Nashville’s Historic RCA Studio A. These iconic venues have welcomed legendary artists like David Bowie, Dolly Parton, The Beach Boys, Adele, Taylor Swift, Maggie Rogers, and many others.

In 2023, the band has had an eventful year. They delivered exceptional performances, including a memorable show at KOKO in support of War Child and a sold-out headline performance at British Summer Time in Hyde Park. Their King’s Coronation concert was watched by over 12 million people. Additionally, their record-breaking musical, ‘The Band,’ made its big-screen debut as ‘Greatest Days’ in June, receiving outstanding reviews featuring Aisling Bea (This Way Up, Hard Sun) in a leading role.

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With over 45 million records sold worldwide and 12 Number 1 hits in the UK, This Life, the upcoming album by Windows, carries forward the legacy of one of the most successful bands in British chart history.

Take That, a band with over 30 years of experience, refuses to remain stagnant. Their continuous evolution suggests a promising future for the trio.

Tickets will go on general Friday 29th September at 9.30 am from the Take That page on Ticketmaster.

Take That tour dates 2024:

  • Saturday 13 April: Sheffield Utilita Arena
  • Sunday 14 April: Sheffield Utilita Arena
  • Friday 19 April: Leeds First Direct Arena
  • Saturday 20 April: Leeds First Direct Arena
  • Monday 22 April: Dublin 3Arena
  • Tuesday 23 April: Dublin 3Arena
  • Thursday 25 April: London The O2
  • Friday 26 April: London The O2
  • Saturday 27 April: London The O2
  • Tuesday 30 April: London The O2
  • Friday 03 May: Glasgow OVO Hydro
  • Saturday 04 May: Glasgow OVO Hydro
  • Sunday 05 May: Glasgow OVO Hydro
  • Tuesday 07 May: Manchester Co-op Live
  • Wednesday 08 May: Manchester Co-op Live
  • Friday 10 May: Manchester Co-op Live
  • Saturday 11 May: Manchester Co-op Live
  • Tuesday 14 May: Birmingham Utilita Arena
  • Wednesday 15 May: Birmingham Utilita Arena
  • Friday 17 May: Birmingham Utilita Arena
  • Saturday 18 May: Birmingham Utilita Arena
  • Friday 24 May: Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium
  • Sunday 26 May: Nottingham The City Ground Stadium
  • Tuesday 28 May: Norwich Carrow Road Stadium
  • Thursday 30 May: Milton Keynes Stadium MK
  • Saturday 01 June: Southampton St Mary’s Stadium
  • Tuesday 04 June: Plymouth Home Park Stadium
  • Thursday 06 June: Swansea Stadium
  • Saturday 08 June: Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium

Tickets will go on general Friday 29th September at 9.30 am from the Take That page on Ticketmaster.

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