British pop legends Take That confirm Australia tour
The band are touring with special guests Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Ricki-Lee.
British pop legends Take That are back with their first studio album in six years, and now, the band has announced an Australian tour!
Take that will be returning down under in October 2024, marking their first live shows in the country since 2017...
Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald will play seven dates across Australia and New Zealand, performing at arenas as well as 'A Day On The Green' wineries.
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Pop icon Sophie Ellis-Bextor, best known for her hit song 'Murder on the Dance Floor,' will join the band as a special guest on all dates.
Ricki-Lee will also be joining the tour, but will only be playing the 'A Day On The Green' shows.
Is Take That coming to Australia in 2024?
Take That will kick off their tour in Perth on October 30, performing at RAC Arena.
They will then perform in Tanunda, South Australia, on November 2, at Peter Lehmann Wines for their first 'A Day On The Green' show.
On November 6, they will play in Melbourne at the Rod Laver Arena, followed by Sydney on November 7, performing at the Qudos Bank Arena.
The band will then play two more shows at 'A Day On The Green'... they will play in Pokolbin in the Hunter Valley at Esca Bimbadgen on November 9, followed by Mount Cotton in Queensland at Sirromet Wines on November 10.
To finish up their tour, the pop legends with perform at Spark Arena in Auckland on November 14.
Where can I buy Take That's Australian tour 2024?
The presale goes live on February 7 at 1 pm local time for all 'A Day On The Green' shows on Ticketmaster and Ticketek.
The general sale will go live at 12 pm local time on February 13.
How much are Take That's Australian tour tickets?
A Reserve Seating - $199*
B Reserve Seating - $159*
C Reserve Seating - $119*
This Life VIP Package - $379*
The members of Take That previously appeared on Sunrise to talk about their new album, and teased fans with an upcoming Australian tour.
While on Sunrise, they were asked whether they would be coming to Australia.
Band member Howard Donald responded saying, "I think it would be rude not to, wouldn't it?"
"We're going to get there. We're going," Mark Owen added.
"I think If we say it here, then our management and label have got to get us there… so we’re coming to Australia everybody," Gary Barlow joked.
The British pop legends have been in the industry for an impressive 33 years, having formed in Manchester in 1990.
Currently, the group involves Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, however the original band also featured Robbie Williams and Jason Orange.
Their new album is called 'This Life' and was released on November 24, 2023.
The album marks a fresh direction for the group; they say the album draw inspiration from American vocal harmony groups from the 1970s.
“We kind of approached the record writing a little differently this time," Gary said on Sunrise.
"We did have a session where we’d sit round a piano and write but we also went off individually and wrote and I think it really worked.”