This Life On Tour will see Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald make a spectacular return to the road, and much of the tour has already sold out. Never fear, though: the band has also added additional dates in Birmingham, Leeds and Manchester as well as the capital to meet demand.
News of the tour was announced as the group beamed their distinctive TT logo on multiple venues across the country, with images shared by Gary Barlow on Instagram.
The band also released a new single: Windows, from their upcoming album This Life, whcih is set to be released November 24.
Speaking of the new album, the group said: “It’s been a wonderful experience being back in the studio together making this record. It has that feeling of spreading your wings, letting out the old and bringing in the new.
“We’re incredibly proud of the new album - there’s a sense of togetherness, whether that’s us coming back together as a band or people wanting connection in their own lives. We’re excited for this new chapter!”
Take That will be joined by Olly Murs as the support act on the tour, which will see the two acts play 29 dates across 15 cities around the UK and Ireland.
Murs tweeted, in reference to Take That song Greatest Day: “Today this could be the greatest day of our lives”, as news of the tour was announced, adding “I’ve had this secret for some time but next year I’m on the road with these legends TAKE THAT! What a tour this is going to be!”
Today this could be the greatest day of our lives 🤩 wow I’ve had this secret for some time but next year I’m on the road with these legends TAKE THAT! What a tour this is going to be! Tickets go on sale NEXT FRIDAY 29th SEPTEMBER! https://t.co/HxrVjtoGBj gunna be a special!! 🙌🏻 pic.twitter.com/xPAAiVqGz8
— Olly Murs (@ollymurs) September 22, 2023
With all the buzz around the tour, here’s all the information you need to know:
When do tickets go on sale?
Fans who pre-order the group’s This Life album before 10am on Tuesday September 26 will receive a special access code for pre-sale tickets, which will be made available from 9.30am on Wednesday September 27.
Tickets go on general sale on Friday September 29 from 9.30am — demand is expected to be high
How much are tickets?
Tickets start from £60 plus booking fee for UK dates.
Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets are available to purchase through Ticketmaster, Gigs and Tours, and the bands official website. Fans can grab tickets here.
When are the London dates?
The band will stop in the capital for a four-night stint at The O2 Arena on:
Thursday April 25
Friday April 26
Saturday April 27
Sunday April 28
Tuesday April 30
Wednesday May 1
What are the full UK tour dates?
Saturday 13 April - Sheffield Utilita Arena
Sunday 14 April - Sheffield Utilita Arena
Wednesday 17 April - Leeds First Direct 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
Sunday 28 April - London The O2
Tuesday 30 April - London The O2
Wednesday 1 May - 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
Monday 20 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 Swansea.com Stadium
Saturday 08 June - Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium
Wednesday 12 June - Manchester Co-op Live