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Take That will take their This Life On Tour to arenas and stadiums across the UK & Ireland in 2024 plus special guest Olly Murs.

NEW Irish dates announced as part of the This Under The Stars 2024 European Tour,

Cork Musgrave Park, 20 June
Dublin Malahide Castle, 21
Belfast Ormeau Park, 22

Tickets on sale Thursday (19 October) at 10am from Ticketmaster

Take That 2024 UK Tour Dates:

Sheffield Utilita Arena, 13 April
Sheffield Utilita Arena, 14
Leeds First Direct Arena, 18
Leeds First Direct Arena, 19
Leeds First Direct Arena, 20
Dublin 3Arena, 22
Dublin 3Arena, 23
London The O2, 25
London The O2, 26
London The O2, 27
London The O2, 28
London The O2, 30
London The O2, 01 May
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 03
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 04
Glasgow OVO Hydro, 05
Manchester Co-op Live, 07
Manchester Co-op Live, 08
Manchester Co-op Live, 10
Manchester Co-op Live, 11
Manchester Co-op Live, 12
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 14
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 15
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 17
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 18
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 19
Birmingham Utilita Arena, 20
Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium, 24
Nottingham The City Ground Stadium, 25
Nottingham The City Ground Stadium, 26
Norwich Carrow Road Stadium, 28
Milton Keynes Stadium MK, 30
Southampton St. Marys Stadium, 01 June
Southampton St Marys, 02
Plymouth Home Park Stadium, 04
Swansea.com Stadium, 06
Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium, 08
Bristol Ashton Gate, 09
Manchester Co-Op Live, 11
Manchester Co-Op Live, 12

Tickets on sale now from Ticketmaster AXS The Ticket Factory See Tickets

The iconic British pop band have also announced their ninth studio album ‘This Life, due out on 24 November 2023.

LISTEN TO BRAND NEW SINGLE ‘WINDOWS’ HERE:

New single ‘Windows’ is Take That’s first original composition in over five years and signals a new era one of Britain’s best-selling bands.

Renowned for their huge productions and incredible live shows, they currently hold the record for the most performances at The O2 in London with 34 headline shows.

Their 2011 Progress tour broke box office records by selling over one million tickets in less than 24 hours, becoming the biggest tour in the UK and earning the band a place on Billboard’s annual ‘Top 25 Tours’ list, placing third worldwide.

In 2019, they celebrated their 30th anniversary with the 38 date sell-out Odyssey tour, which saw them perform at 29 arenas and nine stadiums, selling over 650,000 tickets.

Don’t miss Take That live on tour in 2024!

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