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Take That release extra tickets
Take That
Around 1,050,000 tickets have been sold so far for The Circus tour's 20 shows

Take That have released 15,000 extra tickets for their UK stadium tour in the summer.

The Manchester four-piece have also confirmed support for the shows with Lady Ga Ga, The Script, James Morrison and The Saturdays on the bill.

Tickets for The Circus Live, which take in dates in Sunderland, London, Glasgow, Cardiff and Coventry go on sale at 9.30 am on 1 May.

The tour, which is the band's biggest yet, kicks off on 5 June.

Around 1,050,000 tickets have been sold so far for The Circus tour's 20 shows.

It was thought that ex-Take That member Robbie Williams would team up with his old bandmates at some stage.

But Gary Barlow recently confirmed that he won't be joining them.

Williams walked out on the group in 1995 and the band split a year later.

Barlow and band members Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen launched a successful comeback in 2006 after the release of Patience, which went to number one.



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