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Take That will tour next summer
Take That may play at the city of Manchester stadium next summer.
The `Back For Good' hitmakers - whose month-long `Circus' tour was the fastest-selling of all time, with all 650,000 tickets sold in less than four and a half hours - are reportedly getting together for a series of performances at the City of Manchester stadium in north-west England.
An insider revealed to The Sun newspaper: "The club are spending a fortune on a new state-of-the-art pitch. It combines plastic fibres with grass, which makes it very hard-wearing.
"Take That's management have discussed dates for next June over a minimum of three nights across a weekend."
The stadium - which is home to British Premier League soccer team Manchester City - hasn't been used as a performance venue in three years, as the owners were concerned about the damage such events caused to the pitch.
It has not been confirmed whether Robbie Williams - who famously left the band in 1995 following a reported rift with bandmate Gary Barlow - will appear alongside the boyband if they do perform next summer.
However, in recent years the pair have patched up their differences, with Robbie joining the group for a one-off performance at London's Royal Albert Hall for Children In Need in November 2009.Posted on 16 Jun 2010 10:00 to category : Music News
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