- 25 Sep 23
The iconic British hit-makers, Take That, are set to perform in Dublin this April, alongside special guest Olly Murs.
Following news of their upcoming ninth studio album, This Life, British boy-band Take That have announced they will embark on a 2024 stadium tour.
30+ years into their career, This Life On Tour will see the trio - Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald – play 29 dates across 15 cities around the UK and Ireland; with the band set to play Dublin on April 22 and 23.
Following a five year hiatus, the band recently shared single, 'Windows', a soaring falsetto ballad that signals a warm return to form for the band.
"It’s been a wonderful experience being back in the studio together making this record. It has that feeling of spreading your wings, letting out the old and bringing in the new,” the band said of the upcoming release.
"We’re incredibly proud of the new album - there’s a sense of togetherness, whether that’s us coming back together as a band or people wanting connection in their own lives. We’re excited for this new chapter!”
The band’s ninth studio album and their first since 2017’s Wonderland, is set for release on November 24.
Tickets for This Life On Tour are available via Ticketmaster from September 29 at 9.30am.
Pre-order This Life here and listen to new track 'Windows' below:
A full list of Take That tour dates:
Saturday 13 April - Sheffield Utilita Arena
Sunday 14 April - Sheffield Utilita Arena
Friday 19 April - Leeds First Direct Arena
Saturday 20 April - Leeds First Direct Arena
Monday 22 April - Dublin 3Arena
Tuesday 23 April - Dublin 3Arena
Thursday 25 April - London The O2
Friday 26 April - London The O2
Saturday 27 April - London The O2
Tuesday 30 April - London The O2
Friday 03 May - Glasgow OVO Hydro
Saturday 04 May - Glasgow OVO Hydro
Sunday 05 May - Glasgow OVO Hydro
Tuesday 07 May - Manchester Co-op Live
Wednesday 08 May - Manchester Co-op Live
Friday 10 May - Manchester Co-op Live
Saturday 11 May - Manchester Co-op Live
Tuesday 14 May - Birmingham Utilita Arena
Wednesday 15 May - Birmingham Utilita Arena
Friday 17 May - Birmingham Utilita Arena
Saturday 18 May - Birmingham Utilita Arena
Friday 24 May - Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium
Sunday 26 May - Nottingham The City Ground Stadium
Tuesday 28 May - Norwich Carrow Road Stadium
Thursday 30 May - Milton Keynes Stadium MK
Saturday 01 June - Southampton St Mary’s Stadium
Tuesday 04 June - Plymouth Home Park Stadium
Thursday 06 June - Swansea Swansea.com Stadium
Saturday 08 June - Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium