December 5, 2023

Take This 2024 – last tickets for Munich, Berlin, Mönchengladbach and Berlin

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Look forward to huge concert moments in 2024 with Take That in four different German cities. © 9Parosnikov/Panther Media

Now is the time! Last tickets for Take That concerts in Munich, Mönchengladbach, Hannover and Berlin.

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The long-awaited dream has finally come true! Take That, the legendary British boy band, will return to Germany in 2024 – and we’ve got the highly coveted tickets for you! You can now order these products online and you have to be quick. Tickets are expected to be sold out within a few hours.

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To stand on stage Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald They will perform tracks from their new album “This Life”, which will be released on November 24, 2023. And of course, all the famous Take That classics that fans love so much.

All Take That concerts in Germany 2024

Secure the best seats for one of the concerts (which will surely sell out quickly) now:

Hanover – Tuesday, June 25, 2024 at 7:00 p.m

Berlin – Saturday, June 29, 2024 at 7:00 pm

Mönchengladbach – Sunday, June 30, 2024 at 7:00 pm

Munich – Tuesday, July 2, 2024 at 7:00 pm

There is already wild speculation online about whether this will be Take That’s final tour. There is no official statement from the band themselves, but some fans have speculated that this may be the case. After all, Take That has been in the music business for over 30 years, and has split and reunited several times. Moreover, the men are all in their 50s and may have other priorities in life…

We still love being together and making music. We are still a band and always will be.

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Take this – weird facts and greatest hits

Take That formed in Manchester in 1989 and consists of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Mark Owen, Robbie Williams and Jason Orange. They were the first English boy band after the Beatles, creating a sensation among countless young people2. They have sold over 48 million records, had twelve No. 1 singles and 20 top ten hits.

5 amazing facts about Take That

  1. Take That initially performed topless in gay clubs in order to make a name for themselves in the scene.
  2. The band caused national shock when they broke up in 1996. Helplines were set up for grieving teenagers and people spoke of “baby madness.”
  3. Take That was the first band to perform at London’s Olympic Stadium. They played there in front of 80,000 fans in 2009.
  4. The boys set a world record for the most costume changes in a concert. They changed their outfits 36 times during the circus tour in 2009.
  5. Take That is the only band to win eight BRIT Awards in one night. They won all the awards they were nominated for at the 1994 BRIT Awards.

The band’s greatest success

  • Their third album, Nobody Else (1995), was their last album together before their first breakup. The song included the single “Back For Good”, which topped the charts in 31 countries and was nominated for a Grammy Award.
  • Their reunion took place in 2005 which was accompanied by a successful documentary. They released their fourth studio album, Beautiful World (2006), which was their first number-one album in ten years. It included the song “Patience”, which won the Brit Award for Best British Single.
  • Her Progress Tour in 2011, which broke all records by selling more than a million tickets in less than 24 hours. It was the largest UK tour and third largest worldwide. It was also the first tour on which Robbie Williams appeared with the band again after leaving in 1995.
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This article was created using automated assistance and was carefully reviewed by editor Nina Dudek before publication.