The UK’s most successful boyband Take That, have confirmed a new 2024 tour after dozens of venues were lit up with the bands logo the distinctive double T symbol. Two Yorkshire venues have been named as part of the tour in Leeds, Sheffield and Middlesborough.
Today sees the release of the band new single ‘Windows’, and on they have been on the BBC Radio 2’s Zoe Ball this morning.
Take That have had massive hits through the decades since the 1990s with classics such as ‘Back for Good’, ‘Patience’, ‘How Deep Is Your Love’, ‘Shine’, ‘Rule the World’ and much, much more.
The band’s current lineup is Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen with the original line-up also featured Jason Orange and Robbie Williams.
During the show the band confirmed the This Life On Tour, which will see them play 29 dates across 15 cities in the UK and Ireland. Two dates in Sheffield Utilita Arena kick off the tour, with two dates in Leeds First Direct Arena as well as a date in Middlesborough’s Riverside Stadium.
Tickets are set to go on sale through The Ticket Factory, on Friday 29th September at 9:30am with a pre-sale on Wednesday 27th September at 9:30am.
If you pre-order the new album through the Take That website you’ll have access to the pre-sale on Wednesday.
Olly Murs will be supporting the band on their tour of UK and Ireland. And. You can also get tickets through Ticketmaster here.