The UK's biggest band are coming to London this June for six shows at the O2 Arena .
Take That's "Wonderland Tour" will see current lineup, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen perform in the capital on June 6-7 and then June 9-12.
They recently finished up sold out shows in Birmingham where Birmingham Mail reviewers described it as "bonkers but beautiful" whilst the Manchester Evening News said they've "never sounded better".
The group are one of the most successful British bands of all time selling more than 45 million records worldwide.
However since 2005 when the group reunited they have gone on to become one of the biggest touring artists.
Their hugely successful tours including "The Circus Live" and "Progress Live", the latter with Robbie Williams, have broke ticket records and received rave review from fans and critics alike.
In 2015 the current trio played 10 dates at the O2 Arena for one of their most visually spectacular shows to date.
If previous concerts are anything to go by their "Wonderland Tour" is not one to be missed when it comes to London in June.
Are tickets still available?
Yes, the majority of shows at the O2 are sold out but the best availability is Monday June 12.
A number of options are available including standard seated and standing as well as VIP packages.
You can purchase them from Ticketmaster here .
Prices start from £62.25 and go up to £201.70 for some packages.
Who's the support act?
For the 'Wonderland Live Tour' the group will be joined by fellow 90s popstars All Saints.
The girl group recently reunited for a UK tour performing their biggest hits and Take That fans can expect a great warm-up at the O2 Arena shows when they play the likes of "Pure Shores" and "Never Ever".
What will the setlist be?
According to setlist.fm Take That have been performing the following setlist during their recent UK shows including Newcastle and Birmingham.
Fans can expect to hear these songs at the O2 Arena but there may be a few surprises.
Get Ready for It
Relight My Fire
How Deep Is Your Love? ( Bee Gees cover)
Back for Good
It's All for You
Rule the World
What merchandise is on sale?
This tour features everything from t-shirts, mugs, posters, pyjamas and caps all featuring the classic Take That logo. Plus fans can get their hands on Gary, Mark and Howard masks for £10.
Other useful information
Cash machines: There are ATMs near The O2 main entrance. When you come in, head to the left. They’re next to merchandise.
WiFi: The O2 has hotspots for both O2 WiFi and The Cloud
The O2 is a no smoking venue. The smoking area is just outside The O2’s main entrance.
Lost property on site (will hold items for up to seven days). Open every day from 12pm or call 0208 4632030.
First aid on site
Free tap water available from the bars inside the arena
No bottle tops allowed on drinks. These will be removed at security when you walk in
Fast food and drink stalls are located inside the arena
No cloakrooms on site
For those not lucky enough to get tickets to the show, it will be broadcast live at nearly 500 cinemas across the UK and Ireland on Friday June 9 at 8pm.
It's said cinema audiences will be able to experience the full concert from “the best seat in the house”.
You can find out your closest cinema where it's showing and get tickets here.
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