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- Posted:Tuesday, November 2, 2010
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Take That have announced extra dates for their Progress Tour next year, and will now perform seven concerts for those staying in London hostels.
All of the gigs will take place at the capital city's Wembley Stadium, starting on Friday July 1st.
They will then take to the stage on the 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 8th and 9th of the month, giving fans plenty of opportunities to see the boys in action.
The tour marks the first time that Take That have performed as a five-piece in more than a decade, owing to the fact that Robbie Williams has announced his comeback with the group.
He will join Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Jason Orange and Howard Donald in front of thousands of admirers, singing hits including Million Love Songs, Pray and Want You Back For Good.
Some of the group's newer tracks, such as Greatest Day, will also be sung by both the old and young in the crowd.
As well as the London dates, fans in Sunderland, Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham will also be able to see the group in action at a stadium near them.
When the boys first announced their tour, it caused vendor websites to crash, while the entire BT telephone network also struggled.
Furthermore, a statement on the band's website revealed that 1.34 million tickets were sold in 24 hours for the gigs.
Due to unprecedented demand, Take That have also brought forward the release date for their new single and album, with The Flood being released on November 7th and Progress hitting the shops on November 15th.