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Take That return to Dublin for first of two concerts at 3Arena

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Take That on stage at the 3 Arena during their ‘This Life on Tour’. Photo by Steve Humphreys

Take That on stage at the 3 Arena during their ‘This Life on Tour’ Photo by Steve Humphreys

thumbnail: Take That on stage at the 3 Arena during their 'This Life on Tour'. Photo by Steve Humphreys
thumbnail: Take That on stage at the 3 Arena during their 'This Life on Tour' Photo by Steve Humphreys

The British boyband Take That returned to the stage in Dublin on Monday night for the first of two concerts at the 3Arena.

Take That: This Life On Tour will see the trio of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen play 29 gigs across 15 cities this year.

Take That on stage at the 3 Arena during their ‘This Life on Tour’
Photo by Steve Humphreys
22nd April 2024.

Former X Factor contestant Olly Murs is on board in a supporting role as a special guest on the tour.

Murs welcomed his first child, a baby girl named Madison, with his wife Amelia just last week.

The band’s stage production for the ongoing tour features a large retro television screen showing highlights of their careers. Their original lineup also included Robbie Williams and Jason Orange.

A limited number of resale tickets for Tuesday’s follow-up gig at the 3Arena are available via Ticketmaster and Irish fans will have a chance to see Take That again later this year.

The band will play Musgrave Park in Cork on June 20 before returning to Dublin on June 21 to play Malahide Castle, followed by a third show at Belsonic Belfast on June 22.

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