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Last chance to get Take That tickets for the few remaining London Wembley Stadium shows with legendary electro-pop duo, the Pet Shop Boys opening as Very Special Guests on Take That's "The Progress Live" 2011 UK dates.

Take That's “Progress Live” tour with Robbie Williams back in the line-up is the biggest and most anticipated concert tour in music history are now on sale.

Take That have played sold-out shows at Sunderland Stadium of Light, City of Manchester Stadium, Cardiff Millennium Stadium, Dublin Croke Park, Glasgow Hampden Park, Birmingham Villa Park and is now wrapping-up their gargantum tour with 8 sold-out shows at London Wembley Stadium (30th July– 9th July).

The Take That “The Progress Tour” is the most anticipated tour in music history. Get your Take That tickets for London Wembley Stadium now.

Take That returned with the single “The Flood” off the multi-Platinum album “Progress,” their first with Robbie Williams in 15 years. The album is riding high in the charts and now the original Take That line-up consisting of Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen have released "Progressd," a double-album, featurning the comeback album "Progtessed" and on CD 2 8 new studio tracks, including recent single "Love Love." The band have truely reclaimed tehir status as biggest and best boyband. "progressed" shot staright to Number 1 in the UK album charts.  

The massive 13-date "The Progress Live Tour" is taking the reunited boys to stadiums across the UK. The complete Take That tour dates are:

Coming Up "Take That Progress Live" Shows
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (8th July)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (9th July)

Past Take That "Progress Live" Shows:
Take That tickets Glasgow Hampden Park (23rd June)
Take That tickets Glasgow Hampden Park (24th June)
Take That tickets Birmingham Villa Park (27th June)
Take That tickets Birmingham Villa Park (28th June)
Take That tickets Sunderland Stadium of Light (27th May)
Take That tickets Sunderland Stadium of Light (28th May)
Take That tickets Sunderland Stadium of Light (30th May)
Take That tickets Sunderland Stadium of Light (31st May)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (3rd June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (4th June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (5th June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (8th June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (10th June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (11th June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (12th June)
Take That tickets Cardiff Millennium Stadium (14th June)
Take That tickets Cardiff Millennium Stadium (15th June)
Take That tickets Dublin Croke Park (18th June)
Take That tickets Dublin Croke Park (19th June)
Take That tickets Glasgow Hampden Park (22nd June)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (30th June)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (1st July)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (2nd July)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (4th July)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (5th July)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (6th July)

Take That rose to fame in the early 90’s with their debut ‘Take That and Party.’ The then 5 piece consisted of Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Robbie Williams. Albums ‘Everything Changes’ and ‘Nobody Else’ followed before Robbie Williams announced his departure from the band in 1995 and a couple of months later Take That announced that the band had officially disbanded.

It took Take That 10 years to regroup and in 2005 Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Jason Orange returned rejuvenated to their millions of fans around the globe as a grown-up 4 piece without Robbie Williams. The band’s return was launched with ‘Never Forget – The Ultimate Collection,’ a retrospective best-of collection before the release of ‘Beautiful World’ the following year; Take That’s first new studio album in 11 years.

‘Beautiful World’ and the accompanying ‘The Ultimate Tour’ were outstanding successes and convinced Take That to continue. They did so with the even bigger ‘The Circus’ album and sold-out ‘Circus Live Tour’ in 2009.

Take That have always been a bit special. The boyband enjoyed phenomenal success in the 90’sand in the wake of their success kick-started the boyband craze while also redefining the entire boyband genre.

What made Take That special amongst their peers of that era is that besides their hot looks and sharp moves, the band has a knack to write great catchy songs that are up there with all the big rock and pop classics such as the Gary Barlow penned Back For Good, Never Forget or Pray amongst many more.

In addition Take That have recorded some cover versions of famous songs and in many cases might have even improved on the original. Could it be Magic, originally written by Barry Manilow or Dan Hartman’s Relight My Fire on which Take That collaborated with Lulu.

Ever since the reformation of Take That fans and media are speculating about the chances of Robbie Williams reuniting with his former band mates. Robbie Williams achieved remarkable success since his departure from Take That in 1995 as solo performer.

Robbie and Take That have since taken baby steps towards each other but for a long time have shied away of a full live reunion. But with the Progress Live Tour 2011Take That fans can finally see the 'band of brothers' reunited and on stage together performing songs off their latest albums "The Progress" and "Progressed" and Manchester's finest legendary first 3 albums "Take That and Party," "Everything Changes" and "Nobody Else," as well as material off "Beautiful World" and "The Circus," the two albums without Robbie Williams since 2006. But fans can also look forward hearing Robbie Williams solo material performed by Robbie with Take That during all 2011 Take That concerts.

The excitement to see the reunited Take That live in concert and the chance to get Take That tickets has reached fever pitch. Don't miss out on Take That tickets. Get yours now through our GET ME IN!

Coming Up "Take That Progress Live" Shows
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (6th July)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (8th July)

Past Take That "Progress Live" Shows:
Take That tickets Glasgow Hampden Park (23rd June)
Take That tickets Glasgow Hampden Park (24th June)
Take That tickets Birmingham Villa Park (27th June)
Take That tickets Birmingham Villa Park (28th June)
Take That tickets Sunderland Stadium of Light (27th May)
Take That tickets Sunderland Stadium of Light (28th May)
Take That tickets Sunderland Stadium of Light (30th May)
Take That tickets Sunderland Stadium of Light (31st May)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (3rd June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (4th June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (5th June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (8th June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (10th June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (11th June)
Take That tickets Manchester City of Manchester (12th June)
Take That tickets Cardiff Millennium Stadium (14th June)
Take That tickets Cardiff Millennium Stadium (15th June)
Take That tickets Dublin Croke Park (18th June)
Take That tickets Dublin Croke Park (19th June)
Take That tickets Glasgow Hampden Park (22nd June)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (30th June)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (1st July)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (2nd July)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (4th July)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (5th July)
Take That tickets London Wembley Stadium (9th July)



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    X Factor bosses are reportedly hoping that some of the Take That magic rubs off on the show. Sources have said the Simon Cowell will leave the show in order to focus on the US version of the show, and in his place could step Robbie Williams. A show insider said, “Robbie is a huge name so would naturally be a massive ratings hit." This follows reports that Take That band mate Garry Barlow is being considered for the judging panel.

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    A Manchester University has announced that it will hold a two day seminar debating the Take That 2011 comeback tour. Salford University lecturer has invited leading academics to the event which will be dedicated in its entirety to the Robbie Williams rejoining of Take That. The event will take place in June to coincide with the City of Manchester stadium leg of the Take That tour.

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