Could it be magic as shortly following the announcement of Olivia Rodrigo set to perform at Manchester’s brand new arena Co-op Live, one of the UK’s most successful bands, Take That, will also perform at the venue. The Manchester-formed band announced today their return with a huge tour for 2024 alongside news of their ninth studio album, This Life.
This Life On Tour will see the trio – Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald – play four dates at Co-op Live, in their hometown of Manchester. They will also be joined on the tour by a very special guest, Olly Murs.
The news of Take That’s return was teased on Wednesday night (September 20) as the band projected their logo onto several music venues up and down the country including Manchester’s Co-op Live arena. The trio will kick off their UK and Ireland tour at Sheffield Utilita Arena on April 13, 2024 before heading to Leeds, Dublin, London and Glasgow followed by Manchester’s Co-op Live.
Take That will perform at the UK’s largest and most sustainable live entertainment venue for four nights between May 7 and May 11, 2024, with legendary guitarist Eric Clapton to perform at Co-op Live a few days later on May 18, 2024. The band joins an impressive line-up of stars set to perform at the new arena opening in April 2024, including Jonas Brothers, Niall Horan and Olivia Rodrigo, with more expected to follow.
If you haven’t a little patience, Co-op Members get first in line for tickets to the Take That gigs at Co-op Live, with pre-sale taking place at 9.30am on September 27, 2023. Tickets will go on general sale on the venue’s website from 9.30am on September 29, 2023. The show will be fully seated and the Co-op Backstage Club will also be available for this event.
Take That 2024 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