Take That called out for ‘absolutely ridiculous’ 2024 tour prices
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Some Take That fans are complaining about the ‘absolutely ridiculous’ ticket prices for their upcoming 2024 tour.
Special guest Olly Murs is also set to feature as tickets will be available to purchase from 29 September at 9.30am.
Christian Kent, Head of Venue, Hospitality and Events, said: “We are delighted to welcome one of the finest bands this country has ever seen to Home Park Stadium.
Full list of dates below
“After the Rod Stewart and Muse shows last summer, it is brilliant to have such a well-loved and well-renowned group come to Plymouth, once again. Our stature as one of the premier venues in the South West continues to go from strength to strength, and welcoming artists of this level only further underlines that.
“We look forward to Take That and Olly Murs appearing at Home Park next June and are sure the people of the South West are equally excited by this announcement.”
However, those who got early access to pre-sale tickets from pre-ordering Take That's new album have been shocked by the prices for the CD bundle.
Fans also pointed out how they were waiting in virtual queues for ‘up to 90 minutes’.
“Probs a blessing I still can't get out of the bloody queue, the prices are absolutely shocking,” one person wrote on X (Twitter).
According to Ticketmaster and See Tickets, standard prices range from £70 all the way up to £132.50.
Another posted: “£132 a ticket at new co-op arena !! Exited the site without purchasing.”
A third fan also revealed ticket prices for the CD Bundle, which according to their screenshot, was £142.50 per ticket for their Manchester event, going up to £255.85.
Meanwhile a fourth person tweeted directly to singer Gary Barlow: “Gary the site is not working at all we are just stuck in a constant queue what was the point in presale if we can't access the site.”
Someone else wrote: “I've been waiting for nearly an hour starting to lose hope of getting any tickets now.”
Tyla has contacted a representative of Take That for comment.
Take That 2024 tour dates:
Saturday 13 April Sheffield Utilita Arena
Sunday 14 April Sheffield Utilita Arena
Friday 19 April Leeds First Direct Arena
Saturday 20 April Leeds First Direct Arena
Monday 22 April Dublin 3Arena
Tuesday 23 April Dublin 3Arena
Thursday 25 April London The O2
Friday 26 April London The O2
Saturday 27 April London The O2
Tuesday 30 April London The O2
Friday 3 May Glasgow OVO Hydro
Saturday 4 May Glasgow OVO Hydro
Sunday 5 May Glasgow OVO Hydro
Tuesday 7 May Manchester Co-op Live
Wednesday 8 May Manchester Co-op Live
Friday 10 May Manchester Co-op Live
Saturday 11 May Manchester Co-op Live
Tuesday 14 May Birmingham Utilita Arena
Wednesday 15 May Birmingham Utilita Arena
Friday 17 May Birmingham Utilita Arena
Saturday 18 May Birmingham Utilita Arena
Friday 24 May Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium
Sunday 26 May Nottingham The City Ground Stadium
Tuesday 28 May Norwich Carrow Road Stadium
Thursday 30 May Milton Keynes Stadium MK
Saturday 1 June Southampton St Mary’s Stadium
Tuesday 4 June Plymouth Home Park Stadium
Thursday 6 June Swansea Swansea.com Stadium
Saturday 8 June Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium