Take That’s next tour will begin in the Summer of 2019, with lucky fans being able to see the band reprise some of their greatest hits.
Already, the dates and locations for the next tour have been announced, and the 90’s legends will be taking to most of the UK’s major cities.
With places like London, Sheffield and Glasgow on the cards, millions of people could be able to attend.
There’s now only a week until tickets go on sale.
How to get tickets for Take That’s Greatest Hits tour
Take That’s Greatest Hits tour will be live next year, and tickets will be available as early as net week.
In the UK, the tickets for the tour go on sale on Friday September 28 from 9.30am.
The band will also be releasing album Odyssey, which will come before tickets are on sale, for September 25.
Those who pre-order the album will gain exclusive access to pre-sale tickets for the tour according to Take That’s official website.
There will also be hospitality tickets available for the event, more information for which is available from the number 01642 929426.
Take That will be joined by a special guest, who promises to bring a bit of a soul flare.
Fielding the 2019 tour will be Take That key members Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen.
They will be joined by 80’s soul star Rick Astley.
Astley has enjoyed a resurgence in popularity recently, and is sure to excite many fans with his appearance.
The whole tour is going to run from April 15 to June 4 2019.
Take that Greatest Hits tour 2019 dates
Monday 15: Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
Tuesday 16: Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
Thursday 18: Glasgow, SSE Hydro
Friday 19: Glasgow, SSE Hydro
Saturday 20: Glasgow, SSE Hydro
Monday 22: Manchester Arena
Tuesday 23: Manchester Arena
Thursday 25: Manchester Arena
Friday 26: Manchester Arena
Saturday 27: Manchester Arena
Monday 29: Dublin 3Arena
Thursday 2: The O2, London
Friday 3: The O2, London
Saturday 4: The O2, London
Sunday 5: The O2, London
Tuesday 7: The O2, London
Wednesday 8: The O2, London
Sunday 12: Birmingham Arena
Monday 13: Birmingham Arena
Tuesday 14: Birmingham Arena
Friday 17: Birmingham Arena
Saturday 18: Birmingham Arena
Thursday 23: Milton Keynes Dons
Saturday 25: St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton
Tuesday 28: Bristol City Ashton Gate Stadium
Thursday 30: Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich
Saturday 1: Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
Tuesday 4: John Smith Stadium, Huddersfield