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A massive UK and Ireland Take That Tour 2024 has been scheduled. The 29-date trek will get under way on April 13 in Sheffield and visit some of the biggest venues in the nation, including as the Co-Op Live arena in Manchester and the O2 Arena in London.
Take That’s upcoming album, “This Life,” which is scheduled to be released on November 24, 2023, is supported by the tour. Fans can anticipate hearing brand-new songs like “The Moment” and “Giants” with well-known Take That tour singles like “Back for Good,” “Never Forget,” and “Rule the World” on the album, which is touted to be a return to the group’s pop roots.
Tickets for the tour go on general sale on Friday, September 29, 2023. There is also a pre-sale for fans who pre-order the new album.
Here are the full tour dates:
- April 13 – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
- April 14 – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
- April 19 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
- April 20 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
- April 22 – 3Arena, Dublin
- April 23 – 3Arena, Dublin
- April 25–27 – The O2, London
- April 30 – The O2, London
- May 3–5 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
- May 7–11 – Co-Op Live, Manchester
- May 14 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
Take that tour 2024 ticket prices
Ticket prices for Take That’s 2024 UK and Ireland tour vary depending on the venue and seating category. However, most tickets range in price from £60 to £150.
Here is a sample of ticket prices for some of the tour dates:
- Sheffield, Utilita Arena: £60-£150
- Leeds, First Direct Arena: £60-£150
- Dublin, 3Arena: €78.25-£125
- London, The O2: £65-£150
- Glasgow, OVO Hydro: £60-£150
- Manchester, Co-Op Live: £60-£150
- Birmingham, Utilita Arena: £60-£150
It is important to note that these prices are just an estimate and may vary depending on the ticket vendor and other factors.
Fans can purchase tickets for the tour through a variety of vendors, including Ticketmaster, See Tickets, and the official Take That website.
Take that tour 2024 events details
|April 13||Utilita Arena||Sheffield||UK|
|April 14||Utilita Arena||Sheffield||UK|
|April 19||First Direct Arena||Leeds||UK|
|April 20||First Direct Arena||Leeds||UK|
|April 25||The O2||London||UK|
|April 26||The O2||London||UK|
|April 27||The O2||London||UK|
|April 30||The O2||London||UK|
|May 3||OVO Hydro||Glasgow||UK|
|May 4||OVO Hydro||Glasgow||UK|
|May 5||OVO Hydro||Glasgow||UK|
|May 7||Co-Op Live||Manchester||UK|
|May 8||Co-Op Live||Manchester||UK|
|May 9||Co-Op Live||Manchester||UK|
|May 10||Co-Op Live||Manchester||UK|
|May 11||Co-Op Live||Manchester||UK|
|May 14||Utilita Arena||Birmingham||UK|
|May 15||Utilita Arena||Birmingham||UK|
|May 16||Utilita Arena||Birmingham||UK|
All dates and times are subject to change. Tickets can be purchased through a variety of vendors, including Ticketmaster, See Tickets, and the official Take That website.
Who is take that
An English pop group called Take That was founded in Manchester in 1990. Mark Owen, Gary Barlow, and Howard Donald make up the group at the moment. Robbie Williams and Jason Orange were also on the original lineup. Owen and Williams initially provided supporting vocals, while Donald and Orange served largely as dancers. Barlow is the group’s lead singer and major lyricist.
With a string of smash singles including “Pray,” “Relight My Fire,” and “Back for Good,” Take That rose to prominence as one of the most well-liked boy bands of the 1990s. They split up in 1996, but they got back together in 2005, and they’ve been putting out music and touring ever since.
Eight Brit Awards, three MTV Europe Music Awards, and a Grammy Award are just a few of the honors that Take That have received. They have also been nominated for various other prizes, including two Mercury Music Prizes.
One of the most successful British bands of all time, Take That has sold more than 25 million records worldwide. With over 8 million concert tickets sold, they are also among the most popular live performers in the UK.
Take That is renowned for its memorable pop tunes, spectacular theatrical productions, and devoted fan base. They have influenced numerous other pop bands and performers, and their music is still well-liked today.