Take That is one of the most successful British bands of all time, with twelve No.1 singles, seven No.1 albums and eight BRIT Awards. Originally formed in 1990, Take That was the product of an auditioning process to find a British boy band that could rival the likes of New Kids On The Block.
Robbie Williams left the band in 1995 and then re-joined in 2010 for a new album (Progress) and a massive stadium tour the following year. Since then, both Robbie Williams and Jason Orange have left the band, leaving Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen to continue as a trio.
Take That's eighth studio album, Wonderland, is set for release in March 2017. It will be followed by the Wonderland Live UK & Ireland tour, which includes 22 shows across 10 cities. Take That will be supported by All Saints on the tour.
|29 MAY 2017 Monday||Sheffield Arena Sheffield||Info & Tickets|
|30 MAY 2017 Tuesday||Sheffield Arena Sheffield||Info & Tickets|
|01 JUN 2017 Thursday||Genting Arena Birmingham||Info & Tickets|
|02 JUN 2017 Friday||Genting Arena Birmingham||Info & Tickets|
|03 JUN 2017 Saturday||Genting Arena Birmingham||Info & Tickets|
|06 JUN 2017 Tuesday||The O2 Arena London||Info & Tickets|
|07 JUN 2017 Wednesday||The O2 Arena London||Info & Tickets|
|09 JUN 2017 Friday||The O2 Arena London||Info & Tickets|
|10 JUN 2017 Saturday||The O2 Arena London||Info & Tickets|
|11 JUN 2017 Sunday||The O2 Arena London||Info & Tickets|
|12 JUN 2017 Monday||The O2 Arena London||Info & Tickets|
|14 JUN 2017 Wednesday||Liberty Stadium Swansea||Info & Tickets|
|16 JUN 2017 Friday||Carrow Road Stadium Norwich||Info & Tickets|