It really was the Greatest Day for fans when news of the latest Take That tour was announced last week. Following the success of their headline BST Hyde Park performance this summer and to celebrate their new album, Gary, Howard and Mark are back to touring in 2024 on a 29-date tour that will see the band playing in arenas and stadiums in 15 cities across the UK.
With a career spanning over three decades, you can expect the Take That boys to play all their hits from the 90s, 00s and 10s, as well as new tracks from their upcoming ninth studio album This Life, which is set to be released on 24 November 2023.
The tour is expected to be very popular, so you'll need to know exactly how to secure tickets and when they go on sale to be in with a shot of seeing the boys on stage next year. Luckily, we've put together a guide on how to get Take That tour tickets and hopefully with a little bit of luck and Patience, you'll have tickets to what is set to be one of 2024's most anticipated UK tours.
Is Take That going on tour again?
Anyone who has been a fan of Take That will have been eagerly awaiting the news of whether Take That is going on tour again for some time. The good news is, you won't have to wait much longer to see the boys back in action again, with the announcement of their 29-tour that is set to kick off in Spring 2024.
Who is singing with Take That?
As you'd expect from a Take That concert, there are bound to be some special guests, especially after they brought out Calum Scott and the legend that is Lulu at their BST Hyde Park show in the summer. The Take That 2024 tour is no exception to that as it has been announced that Olly Murs will be joining the boys as the support act for each of the 29 dates.
When do Take That tour 2024 tickets go on sale?
Tickets for the Take That tour go on general sale on 29 September 2023 at 9:30am, but if you buy the album from Take That's official website, you may be given a code to be able to access a presale on Ticketmaster and See Tickets, to give you a chance to secure your tickets a few days early on 27 September 2023.
How can I get tickets to the Take That 2024 tour?
Tickets for the Take That 2024 tour are available on Ticketmaster, See Tickets and the official Take That website. We'd recommend logging into your account ahead of the sale dates (or using your email address to create an account now if you haven't already got one) and making sure your contact and payment details are up to date so you can check out within the allotted time if you're lucky enough to secure tickets.
How much do Take That tour tickets cost?
It is expected that the starting prices for the Take That 2024 tour will be around £60 plus booking fees. There will be different pricing structures in place depending on whether you choose a standing or sitting ticket, and if you choose a sitting ticket, the price will all depend on where in the arena or stadium you would like to sit.
Some arenas are also offering premium packages for £225+, which include a top-priced ticket to watch the show and an exclusive Take That merchandise bundle.
When will the Take That 2024 tour start?
The Take That 2024 tour kicks off at the Utilita Arena in Sheffield on 13 April 2024 and plays at arenas across the UK until 18 May 2024 at Birmingham's Utilita Arena.
The boys will then undertake the stadium leg of their 2024 tour, starting at Riverside Stadium, Middlesborough on 24 May 2024 and finishing at Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol just over two weeks later on 8 June 2024.
Here is the full list of dates for the Take That 2024 tour:
13 April – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
14 April – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
19 April – First Direct Arena, Leeds
20 April – First Direct Arena, Leeds
22 April – 3Arena, Dublin
23 April – 3Arena, Dublin
25 April – The O2, London
26 April – The O2, London
27 April – The O2, London
30 April – The O2, London
3 May – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
4 May – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
5 May – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
7 May – Co-op Live, Manchester
8 May – Co-op Live, Manchester
10 May – Co-op Live, Manchester
11 May – Co-op Live, Manchester
14 May – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
15 May – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
17 May – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
18 May – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
24 May – Riverside Stadium, Middlesborough
26 May – The City Ground Stadium, Nottingham
28 May – Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich
30 May – Milton Keynes Stadium
1 June – St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
4 June – Home Park Stadium, Plymouth
6 June – Swansea.com Stadium
8 June – Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol
Who is in Take That 2023?
Take That has a number of lineups over the years. The original band was formed in 1990 and featured Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Mark Owen and Jason Orange. Williams left the band in 1995 and the band became a four-piece until they split in 1996.
In 2005, Take That announced they were Back For Good as a four, until 2014 when Orange decided to step back from the limelight. Since then, Gary, Howard and Mark have continued Take That as a trio.
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