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PROGRESS LIVE

Dates

27 May 11
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND: STADIUM OF LIGHT

28 May 11
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND: STADIUM OF LIGHT

30 May 11
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND: STADIUM OF LIGHT

31 May 11
SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND: STADIUM OF LIGHT

03 Jun 11
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND: CITY OF MANCHESTER STADIUM

04 Jun 11
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND: CITY OF MANCHESTER STADIUM

05 Jun 11
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND: CITY OF MANCHESTER STADIUM

07 Jun 11
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND: CITY OF MANCHESTER STADIUM

08 Jun 11
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND: CITY OF MANCHESTER STADIUM

10 Jun 11
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND: CITY OF MANCHESTER STADIUM

11 Jun 11
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND: CITY OF MANCHESTER STADIUM

12 Jun 11
MANCHESTER, ENGLAND: CITY OF MANCHESTER STADIUM

14 Jun 11
CARDIFF, WALES: MILLENNIUM STADIUM

15 Jun 11
CARDIFF, WALES: MILLENNIUM STADIUM

18 Jun 11
DUBLIN, IRELAND: CROKE PARK

19 Jun 11
DUBLIN, IRELAND: CROKE PARK

22 Jun 11
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND: HAMPDEN PARK

23 Jun 11
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND: HAMPDEN PARK

24 Jun 11
GLASGOW, SCOTLAND: HAMPDEN PARK

27 Jun 11
BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND: BIRMINGHAM VILLA PARK

28 Jun 11
BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND: BIRMINGHAM VILLA PARK

30 Jun 11
LONDON, ENGLAND: WEMBLEY STADIUM

01 Jul 11
LONDON, ENGLAND: WEMBLEY STADIUM

02 Jul 11
LONDON, ENGLAND: WEMBLEY STADIUM

04 Jul 11
LONDON, ENGLAND: WEMBLEY STADIUM

05 Jul 11
LONDON, ENGLAND: WEMBLEY STADIUM

06 Jul 11
LONDON, ENGLAND: WEMBLEY STADIUM

08 Jul 11
LONDON, ENGLAND: WEMBLEY STADIUM

09 Jul 11
LONDON, ENGLAND: WEMBLEY STADIUM

12 Jul 11
MILAN, ITALY: SAN SIRO

15 Jul 11
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK: PARKEN

16 Jul 11
COPENHAGEN, DENMARK: PARKEN

18 Jul 11
AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS: AMSTERDAM ARENA

22 Jul 11
HAMBURG, GERMANY: IMTECH ARENA

25 Jul 11
DUSSELDORF, GERMANY: ESPRIT ARENA

29 Jul 11
MUNICH, GERMANY: OLYMPIASTADION

Progress Live 2011 is the biggest tour in UK and Irish history with over 1.76 million people having seen the show over the summer. The tour, one of the most highly anticipated music events of the 2011, is the first time the band have toured as a five-piece since 1995. Audiences around the UK have are wowed by a spectacular two and a half hour set, which celebrates their biggest hits from the last two decades.

When Progress Live 2011 went on sale in October 2010, a record breaking 1.34 million tickets were snapped up in less than 24 hours. The band smashed their previous box office record set in 2008 with Take That's The Circus Live Tour selling a total of 1.76 million tickets overall, more than doubling Take That's previous record for sales in a single day. 850,000 tickets went on sale at 09:00 on 29th October, 2010 and throughout the day the band added a further 11 dates to cope with demand.

The band brought the UK leg of Progress Live 2011 to a roaring finale with a record-breaking eight night run at Wembley Stadium, a record previously held by Michael Jackson for his Bad tour in 1988.

Take That said: “Performing at Wembley Stadium is really special, there is no other place quite like it. The audiences have been absolutely incredible and we wanted to thank everyone who’s come to see us for all their support. We hope everyone will enjoy reliving the show and sharing their memories from our last night at Wembley with all their friends.”

Setlist

Rule The World
Greatest Day
Hold Up A Light
Patience
Shine
Sgt Pepper's VT
Let Me Entertain You
Rock DJ
Come Undone (Take A Walk On The Wild Side)
Feel
Angels
The Flood
SOS
Underground Machine
Kidz
Pretty Things
Million Love Songs/Babe/Everything Changes/Back For Good (piano medley)
Pray
Love Love
Never Forget
No Regrets
Relight My Fire
Eight Letters