The group confirmed last week that they’ll be off across the UK next year to celebrate their 30th anniversary and mark the release of hits collection Odyssey.
Pre-sale tickets went down a storm earlier this week but the general sale is today, Friday 28 September.
So what time are tickets on sale? You can purchase them from all the usual ticketing sites – such as Ticketmaster, SeeTickets and AXS – from 9:30am.
They’re priced at £55, £70, £85 and £99, plus a booking fee. VIP packages are available at £199.
Tickets will be in huge demand given Take That’s incredible form with live shows, and with Rick Astley set to support, this could be one of their most appealing shows ot date.
The tour starts in Sheffield on April 15, 2019 and will take in a number of cities across the UK and Ireland, including a massive six shows at London’s O2 Arena. The final gig is slated for Huddersfield’s John Smith Stadium on June 4 – scroll down for a full list of dates.
What’s more, the trio have unleashed the Odyssey version of Pray, showcasing a reworked interpretation of one of their most iconic hits.
It sets the tone perfectly for the album ahead, and you can stream it below.
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
Barlow previously said of Odyssey: “We’ve reimagined some of the songs, but not all of them.
“You’ve got to be careful with these things. If you take them too far, you’re destroying people’s memories.
“We’ve tried to be respectful to the music, but just putting a load of music on an album wasn’t enough for us.
“We wanted to just go back and have a look through it, and try to make it sound better.”
As it stands, Robbie Williams and Jason Orange are not officially involved in the 30th anniversary celebrations.
Take That fans can also look forward to a radio special this weekend.
The programme on Smooth Radio will see Barlow talk about the band’s long tenure as one of the nation’s best-loved music acts, dating right back to their formation in 1989.
Barlow will play some of Take That’s most famous songs as he chats with Margherita Taylor, and will also discuss the new tour and hits compilation.
He’s also promised to touch on the 2012 Olympics closing ceremony performance, and their hugely successful reunion back in 2005 – which paved the way for many other acts from yesteryear to try and follow suit.
Smooth Radio confirmed that the show, named Take That At 30, will air on Sunday, September 30 at 9pm.