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Take That @ AO Arena gallery – A performance to ‘Never Forget’

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Take That kick off their residency at the AO Arena as part of their This Life tour celebrating the release of their ninth studio album. Following a last-minute venue change to the arena, the Manchester band had to move five of their seven homecoming shows from the new city centre venue, Co-op Live due to its chaotic opening.

A very special guest takes the support spot for this tour, as Olly Murs opens the first Manchester show. With his smash hit ‘Dance With Me Tonight’, Olly has the crowd on their feet from the moment he steps on stage.

Continuing with well-known songs like ‘Troublemaker’ and ‘Heart Skips A Beat’, Murs is the ultimate way to introduce local lads Take That.

Take That take over Manchester Arena with a concert that their fans will ‘Never Forget’. Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald put on an unforgettable performance with a stunning stage show to accompany them.

The ‘This Life on Tour’ setlist is full of the band’s classics, including ‘Relight My Fire’, and ‘Greatest Days’. Not only do they perform their notorious party anthems, the fans are also treated to their newest hits like ‘Giants’ and ‘Keep Your Head Up’.

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