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20th June 2024
Musgrave Park, Cork
21st June 2024
Malahide Castle, Dublin
22nd June 2024
Belsonic at Ormeau Park, Belfast
Tickets from €79.90 including booking fees. on sale now
Under 16’s accompanied
Under 14’s must purchase seated tickets (Cork)
Subject to licence
CORK – DUBLIN - BELFAST
‘THIS LIFE UNDER THE STARS’
19 OUTDOOR DATES ACROSS EUROPE IN 2024 INCLUDING
+ very special guest: OLLY MURS
OUT 24TH NOVEMBER
Take That have today announced their return to Europe with a huge outdoor live tour set for summer 2024. This Life Under The Stars will see the trio - Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald – play 19 outdoor dates in 8 countries across Europe next summer. This Life Under The Stars is coming to Cork’s Musgrave Park 20th June, Malahide Castle Dublin 21st June and Belsonic Belfast 22nd June 2024.
Kicking off the European leg in Cork on 20th June, the band will also perform in Dublin and Belfast before heading to Germany, Denmark, Hungary, Switzerland, Italy and Spain, bringing the tour to a close in Porto, Portugal on 19th July.
Fans will undoubtedly rejoice as the band are set to play their first ever shows in Hungary (Budapest Park, 3rd July) and Portugal (Porto, 19th July) as well as returning to Spain for their first shows in the country since the Beautiful World Tour in 2007.
Take That are renowned for their huge productions and incredible live shows, and currently hold the record for the most performances at London’s The O2 with 34 headline shows. 2011’s Progress tour broke box office records by selling over 1 million tickets in less than 24 hours, becoming the biggest tour in the UK and earning them a place on Billboard’s annual ‘Top 25 Tours’ list, placing third worldwide. In 2019, the band celebrated their 30th anniversary with the 38 date sell-out Odyssey tour which saw them play to 29 arenas and 9 stadiums, selling over 650,000 tickets.
The band are also releasing their ninth studio album This Life, on the 24th November with their first single Windows out now. Windows is their first original composition in over five years and hints at what listeners can expect from This Life, the band’s first album since 2017’s Wonderland: exceptional musicality, crowd-rousing choruses and a beautiful blend of harmonies.
Take That Under The Stars European Tour 2024
20 June - Musgrave Park, Cork, IE
21 June - Malahide Castle, Dublin, IE
22 June - Ormeau Park, Belfast, NI
25 June - Gilde Parkbühne, Hannover, DE
28 June - Tivoli, Copenhagen, DK
29 June - Zitadelle, Berlin, DE
30 June - Sparkassen Park, Mönchengladbach , DE
2 July - Tollwood, Munich, DE
3 July - Budapest Park, Budapest, HU
6 July - Stars of Sounds Festival, Murten, CH
7 July - Piazza Castello, Marostica, IT
8 July - Auditorium Cavea, Rome, IT
10 July - Piazza Duomo, Trani, IT
11 July - Sequoie Music Park, Bologna, IT
13 July - ALMA Festival, Barcelona, ES
15 July - Starlite Occident Festival, Marbella, ES
16 July - ICÓNICA Sevilla Fest, Sevilla, ES
17 July - Noches Del Botánico, Madrid, ES
19 July - Meo MarésVivas Festival, Porto, PT
About Take That
Formed as a five-piece in 1989, Take That enjoyed immediate success with their first two albums charting at Number 2 and Number 1 respectively. Third album Nobody Else confirmed their global domination, selling over six million copies and topping the charts in 11 countries. The departure of band member Robbie Williams prompted a break-up in 1996 and nine years in the wilderness before the remaining four members reunited for 2005’s The Ultimate Tour. This sparked one of the greatest comebacks in British music history with Take That going on to release three Number 1 albums in just four years. Robbie’s return for 2011’s Progress saw them break UK records for the fastest-selling album of the 21st century and fastest-selling tour of all time. Williams’ second departure, along with that of Jason Orange, left the remaining three members to release III and 2017’s Wonderland, which were certified platinum and gold respectively.
The band celebrated their 30th anniversary with the release of Odyssey in 2018, a greatest hits album of beautifully re-imagined versions of some of the biggest tracks from their three-decade-spanning career. The album entered the charts at Number 1 and was closely followed by a critically acclaimed UK and European stadium and arena tour in 2019.