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Wembley Stadium beckons Take That
Take That members Jason Orange, Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald
Take That split up in 1996
Take That are to perform at the new Wembley Stadium after adding three new dates to their sell-out reunion tour.

Four of the five boy band stars are reuniting for an arena tour, 10 years after the band split up.

Tickets for the first 11 dates sold out within 30 minutes. An extra 15 concerts sold out in the next three hours.

The three new stadium dates are: City Of Manchester Stadium on 17 June; Cardiff Millennium Stadium on 21 June; and Wembley on 24 June.


Tickets for the concerts will go on sale at 0900 GMT on 16 December.

The group are said to be "overwhelmed" by the demand for tickets.

So far, 275,000 tickets have been sold for Take That - The Ultimate Tour 06, making it the second fastest-selling tour in the UK this year, second only to former Take That member Robbie Williams.

Williams will not be joining Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen for the reunion tour.

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