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Take That concert latest

28 September 2018

General admission tickets to see Take That perform at Carrow Road as part of their 30th anniversary tour have now sold out.

 The band will be returning to Norwich on Thursday, May 30, in their 2019 UK stadium tour where they will be performing all of their much-loved greatest hits to fans.

Tickets for the Carrow Road date went on general sale at 9.30am this morning and sold out quickly. However, Take That fans can still attend the concert by purchasing hospitality packages direct from the Football Club, with options including a premium dining package with a Delia Smith inspired three-course meal and VIP seating.

The tour coincides with the release of Take That’s new album, Odyssey, a re-imagined greatest hits album that takes fans on a journey through the musical history of one of the UK’s most successful bands of all time. They will also be joined live on stage by special guest Rick Astley.

Ben Kensell, Norwich City’s Commercial Director, said: “We are delighted to see once again such phenomenal support for Take That and we are excited to welcome them back to Carrow Road after their two brilliant nights with us last year.

“This year, due to their tour schedule, we’ve only got them with us for one night only.

“We appreciate there will be disappointed fans out there who weren’t able to get tickets and we’re working with the concert promoters and artist management to finalise stage plans so we could potentially release some more tickets. We will of course let fans know if this is possible.

“Meanwhile we still have a number of our hospitality packages available for fans to purchase and enjoy a magical evening.”

Those sentiments were echoed by Take That’s Mark Owen, who told the Eastern Daily Press the band really enjoyed their debut performance at Carrow Road last summer.

“It was amazing to go to the city for the first time and we had a really warm welcome," he said.

“What I liked so much about Carrow Road is that it’s quite compact and not a huge expansive layout and carries a lot of atmosphere.

“It’s really iconic as a stadium and you go to newer venues and it doesn’t have the same energy and iconic history attached to it. There was something really special about playing there.”

To see the hospitality packages on offer, click HERE

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