1.76 million people will see 27 UK dates, eight of them at Wembley Stadium (breaking the record seven set by Michael Jackson's Bad tour). Some 1.34 million of those tickets were snapped up within 24 hours of going on sale, more than doubling Take That's own record, set on 2008's Circus tour. This tour involves 238 trucks, six weeks of rehearsals, a rumoured £15m budget and the Pet Shop Boys as the support band.
What a night! Talk about entertainment! They were on on top form and the harmonies as ever were so insync and beautiful! Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Mark Owen took to the stage to start the show to a deafening crowd reception starting as they meant to finish, with their biggest hit to date Rule The World, followed by Greatest Day, Hold Up A Light, Patience and Shine.
Robbie Williams kicked off his solo set with Let Me Entertain You and Rock DJ. He went on to his ballad of Angels.
A great night and great fun.
Before I knew it, it was all over, off we went. Until next time?
Rebecca is a professional vocal coach and singer in her own right with many years of performing and coaching experience. She is passionate with all things singing related!