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      St. Mary's Stadium, Southampton, United Kingdom

      01 June 2024 (Saturday) 18:30

       

      Take That Tour Schedule

       

      Take That is an English pop group that was popular in the 90s, had a comeback in 2005, and still on the music scene. They’re based in Manchester, England and incorporate both music and dance into their art. Part of the reason why they’re so popular is because of their unique take on pop rock. Their addition of dance into the mix also makes them a favorite for fans around the world. Their live performances are especially successful and are always sold out.

       

      Take That plans to bring in the warmer weather with some great live shows, starting in London on March 28th. They continue moving throughout Europe in places like Cardiff, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Hamburg. The final date they currently have selected is June 25th in Frankfurt, Germany.

       

      Take That Background

       

      Take That is currently made up of Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald. The group was originally brought together through the mind process of Nigel Martin-Smith, who wanted to create a teen band that could appeal to all age groups. He met Barlow at a local pub and was impressed by his songwriting skills. He decided to create a band that would best fit and further Barlow’s abilities, so through auditions he found the rest of the crew. They travelled through England doing small gigs to build up their fan base and eventually had a breakthrough with their cover of a popular song. They then released their album, Everything Changes, and were met with success immediately.

       

      Take That’s Greatest Hits

       

      Take That has a large number of singles and albums that have topped several charts over the years. A few of their most impressive musical pieces are “Pray”, “Back for Good”, “Patience”, “Shine”, “Kidz”, and “These Days”. They won the GQ Men of the Year’s Award for Best Band and also picked up the Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music.

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    • Take That

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      St. Mary's Stadium, Southampton, United Kingdom

      02 June 2024 (Sunday) 17:00

       

      Take That Tour Schedule

       

      Take That is an English pop group that was popular in the 90s, had a comeback in 2005, and still on the music scene. They’re based in Manchester, England and incorporate both music and dance into their art. Part of the reason why they’re so popular is because of their unique take on pop rock. Their addition of dance into the mix also makes them a favorite for fans around the world. Their live performances are especially successful and are always sold out.

       

      Take That plans to bring in the warmer weather with some great live shows, starting in London on March 28th. They continue moving throughout Europe in places like Cardiff, Berlin, Amsterdam, and Hamburg. The final date they currently have selected is June 25th in Frankfurt, Germany.

       

      Take That Background

       

      Take That is currently made up of Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, and Howard Donald. The group was originally brought together through the mind process of Nigel Martin-Smith, who wanted to create a teen band that could appeal to all age groups. He met Barlow at a local pub and was impressed by his songwriting skills. He decided to create a band that would best fit and further Barlow’s abilities, so through auditions he found the rest of the crew. They travelled through England doing small gigs to build up their fan base and eventually had a breakthrough with their cover of a popular song. They then released their album, Everything Changes, and were met with success immediately.

       

      Take That’s Greatest Hits

       

      Take That has a large number of singles and albums that have topped several charts over the years. A few of their most impressive musical pieces are “Pray”, “Back for Good”, “Patience”, “Shine”, “Kidz”, and “These Days”. They won the GQ Men of the Year’s Award for Best Band and also picked up the Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music.

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    • Madness

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      Guildhall Square, Southampton, United Kingdom

      16 June 2024 (Sunday) 18:00

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    • Placebo

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      Guildhall Square, Southampton, United Kingdom

      26 June 2024 (Wednesday) 18:00

      Placebo are an English rock band formed in London in 1994. The group consists of vocalist/guitarist Brian Molko and guitarist/bassist Stefan Olsdal. The band were soon joined by drummer Robert Schultzberg, who left in 1996 due to conflicts with Molko and was replaced the same year by Steve Hewitt.

       

      Placebo gained exposure in 1997, after releasing "Nancy Boy", a song which Brian Molko described as "obscene". The band has sparked controversy at the beginning of their career because Molko wore dresses and make-up in public and talked openly about sex, sexuality and drug use.

       

      The band collaborated with various artists over the years, including David Bowie, Justin Warfield, Michael Stipe and Alison Mosshart.

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    • Air

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      O2 Guildhall Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom

      27 June 2024 (Thursday) 17:00

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    • Paloma Faith

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      Guildhall Square, Southampton, United Kingdom

      28 June 2024 (Friday) 18:00

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    • The Last Dinner Party

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      O2 Guildhall Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom

      05 October 2024 (Saturday) 19:00

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