After a mammoth day of ticket sales on Friday (September 28), Take That have added two more dates to their 2019 Greatest Hits tour.
The band, made up of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, have added shows at Liverpool’s Anfield Stadium (June 6) and Cardiff’s Principality Stadium (June 8), taking their total number of UK shows up to 38.
Whilst Cardiff’s Principality Stadium regularly hosts live music concerts, with previous performers including Ed Sheeran, Jay-Z and Beyoncé, and Take That themselves, this will be the first concert held at Anfield Stadium in over ten years.
Tickets for the Liverpool and Cardiff shows go on sale on Friday (October 5) at 9:30am. Rick Astley will be joining the band across all of their UK dates.
How could we forget about Liverpool ?? We're VERY excited to announce the first concert at Anfield Stadium in 10 years! We're coming on June 6th! Tickets go on sale this Friday, October 5th at 9:30am ? #TT30 pic.twitter.com/qgyOJ0sELk
— Take That (@takethat) October 1, 2018
News of the two new shows come following a phenomenal day of ticket sales on Friday. Following the general sale of Take That’s Greatest Hits Live Tour, more than 500,000 tickets were snapped up by loyal Thatters, with many shows selling out in minutes. Limited tickets for certain dates and more information about Liverpool and Cardiff can be found here.
Take That Greatest Hits Tour 2018
Friday 12 April – Sheffield FlyDSA Arena
Saturday 13 April – Sheffield FlyDSA Arena SOLD OUT
Monday 15 April – Sheffield FlyDSA Arena SOLD OUT
Tuesday 16 April- Sheffield FlyDSA Arena SOLD OUT
Thursday 18 April – Glasgow The SSE Hydro SOLD OUT
Friday 19 April – Glasgow The SSE Hydro SOLD OUT
Saturday 20 April – Glasgow The SSE Hydro SOLD OUT
Monday 22 April – Manchester Arena
Tuesday 23 April – Manchester Arena
Thursday 25 April – Manchester Arena SOLD OUT
Friday 26 April – Manchester Arena SOLD OUT
Saturday 27 April – Manchester Arena SOLD OUT
Monday 29 April – Dublin 3Arena SOLD OUT
Tuesday 30 April – Dublin 3Arena SOLD OUT
Thursday 02 May – London The O2 SOLD OUT
Friday 03 May – London The O2 SOLD OUT
Saturday 04 May – London The O2 SOLD OUT
Sunday 05 May – London The O2 SOLD OUT
Tuesday 07 May – London The O2 SOLD OUT
Wednesday 08 May – London The O2
Thursday 9 May – London The O2
Friday 10 May – London The O2 SOLD OUT
Sunday 12 May – Birmingham Arena SOLD OUT
Monday 13 May – Birmingham Arena SOLD OUT
Tuesday 14 May – Birmingham Arena SOLD OUT
Thursday 16 May Birmingham Arena SOLD OUT
Friday 17 May – Birmingham Arena SOLD OUT
Saturday 18 May – Birmingham Arena SOLD OUT
Sunday 19 May – Birmingham Arena
Thursday 23 May – Milton Keynes Stadium MK SOLD OUT
Saturday 25 May – Southampton St Mary’s Stadium SOLD OUT
Sunday 26 May – Southampton St Mary’s Stadium
Tuesday 28 May – Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium SOLD OUT
Thursday 30 May – Norwich City Carrow Road Stadium SOLD OUT
Saturday 01 June – Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium SOLD OUT
Tuesday 04 June – Huddersfield John Smith’s Stadium
Thursday 06 June – Liverpool Anfield Stadium NEW DATE ADDED
Saturday 08 June Cardiff Principality Stadium NEW DATE ADDED
Take That will be releasing their brand new greatest hits album, Odyssey, on November 23. The album will be made up of 27-tracks featuring reimagined versions of their best hits, three brand new tracks, and special guests.
The band will also be celebrating their forthcoming 30th anniversary with a special BBC documentary called Take That and Us. The documentary will celebrate the band’s three decades in the music industry, combining exclusive previously unseen material with stories from fans across the world.