Take That coming Down Under for first New Zealand concerts in more than 20 years




English pop group Take That are coming to New Zealand marking their first nationwide tour in over 22 years. 

Members Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen are heading down under this November for a series of live shows across the country, set to perform some of their biggest hits from the past three decades such as Never Forget, Pray and Back For Good. 

The band has sold over 8 million concert tickets in their history, setting the record for the fastest selling tour of all time in the UK when 1.34 million tickets were sold for their Progress Live Tour in less than 24 hours. 

"We're thrilled to be coming back to Australia and New Zealand and can't wait to perform all the songs our audience know and love," Take That said in a statement. 

The group will perform in Wellington at the TSB Bank Arena on 21st November and Auckland's Trust Arena on 22nd November. 

Tickets will go on sale at 9am Thursday 13th April. 

The pop group recently appeared on a special segment of Carpool Karaoke with James Cordon, where the host hilariously joked about the age of their fans. 

The English pop group, minus original band member Robbie Williams, joined Corden for a special edition of Carpool Karaoke for UK Red Nose Day.

James Cordon was visibly emotional and star struck by having the members, minus original band member Robbie Williams, in his car while singing some of their classic hits, including Shine and Back For Good.

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