Pop superstars Take That gave have given Sheffield fans an early Christmas gift - an extra date due to “extraordinary demand” for tickets at the Motorpoint Arena, writes Graham Walker
Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen - now minus Jason Orange and Robbie Williams - will perform the added show on Wednesday, June 24.
This is in addition to original dates there, on Monday and Tuesday, June 1 and 2.
It is their only Yorkshire venue and they are promising greatest hits, including songs from new chart-topping album, III, such as their 13th number one single, These Days
Take That, the UK’s most successful live act ever, are defined by memorable and spectacular touring productions.
Previous shows have included aerialists, circus performers, a wall of water, holograms, a giant elephant and a 60ft robot.
Special guest is chart-topper Ella Henderson, who recently celebrated both her debut single, Glow and her first album, Chapter One, reaching the top spot in the UK Charts
Tickets for the June 24 show, priced £60.50, £64.90, £71.50 & £93.50, including booking fee, will go on general sale on Thursday, December 11, at 9am.
Maximum limit is six tickets per person.
At the promoters request no tickets for this tour will be on sale in person from the venue. Call the Box Office on 0114 256 5656 or www.motorpointarenasheffield.co.uk.
“Due to extraordinary demand, Take That have confirmed that they are adding four new dates to their 2015 tour, in Glasgow, London, Birmingham and the extra show at Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena,” confirmed a venue spokesman.
“The band scored their 13th number one single last week, with These Days, their first since 2008 and followed-up at the weekend with news that III had also debuted at the top of the UK album chart, making it their sixth number one studio album.”
2015 Full Tour Dates Are As Follows:
Sat 02-May-2015– Glasgow The SSE Hydro - new date
Fri 19-Jun-2015- London The O2 - new date
Tue 23- June-2015- Birmingham LG Arena - new date
Wed 24- June-2015- Sheffield Motorpoint Arena - new date
Mon 27-Apr-2015 – Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Tue 28-Apr-2015 – Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Thu 30-Apr-2015 – Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Fri 01-May-2015 – Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Mon 11-May-2015 - Birmingham LG Arena
Tue 12-May-2015 - Birmingham LG Arena
Thu 14-May-2015 - Birmingham LG Arena
Fri 15-May-2015 - Birmingham LG Arena
Sat 16-May-2015 - Birmingham LG Arena
Mon18-May-2015–Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Tue 19-May-2015 - Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Thu 21-May-2015 – Manchester Arena
Fri 22-May-2015 – Manchester Arena
Sat 23-May-2015 – Manchester Arena
Mon 25-May-2015 – Manchester Arena
Tue 26-May-2015 – Manchester Arena
Thu 28-May-2015 – Manchester Arena
Fri 29-May-2015 – Manchester Arena
Sat 30-May-2015 – Manchester Arena
Mon 01-Jun-2015 - Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
Tue 02-Jun-2015 - Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
Thu 04-Jun-2015 - London The O2
Fri 05-Jun-2015 - London The O2
Sat 06-Jun-2015 - London The O2
Mon 08-Jun-2015 - London The O2
Tue 09-Jun-2015 - London The O2
Thu 11-Jun-2015 - London The O2
Fri 12-Jun-2015 - London The O2
Sat 13-Jun-2015 - London The O2
Mon 15-Jun-2015 - London The O2
Mon 22-June-2015 - Birmingham LG Arena
Mon 29 June 2015 - Manchester Arena
Thu 2-July- 2015 – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena