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Take That add extra tour dates
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Take That say their summer 2009 tour will be their biggest ever

Take That have added extra tour dates to their UK stadium tour next summer.

The band have already sold 350,000 tickets so far, making the event the fastest selling tour in UK history.

The additional gigs will take place on 15 June in Sunderland, 19 June in Glasgow, 24 June in Manchester and 1 July in London.

The Manchester four-piece were originally set to play eight dates in June 2009 and the tickets went on sale at 0900 BST on Friday.

Take That tour dates
5 and 6 June - Sunderland Stadium Of Light
16 June - Cardiff Millennium Stadium
19 and 20 June - Glasgow Hampden Park
24, 26, 27 and 28 June - Manchester Old Trafford Cricket Ground
1, 3 and 4 July - London

The shows are part of The Circus Live Summer 2009 tour which is the band's biggest tour yet.

When the tour was announced on Tuesday, the band said: "All of us are really looking forward to getting back on the road next summer.

"We can think of no better way to thank everyone for their support and loyalty over the past three years.

"This will be the biggest tour we have ever done so we'll be working especially hard over the next few months to make it the best and most exciting Take That tour yet."

Their new single Greatest Day is due out on 24 November with the album The Circus following on 1 December.

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