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Take That are back on their first full-length tour in five years.

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Since Take That returned nearly two decades ago, they've never really gone away.

Although Robbie Williams came and went, and Jason Orange retired from pop altogether in 2013, Gary Barlow , Mark Owen and Howard Donald have kept the flame alive.

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As a trio, the group have played the occasional live show in the past five years – including a massive concert at Hyde Park this summer – but they haven't been on tour properly since before COVID-19.

Finally though, Take That are back on the road, with a massive UK and Ireland tour announced for 2024.

Interested in the dates, venues, support and how to buy tickets? We've got you covered.

What are the dates and venues of the Take That: This Life on Tour?

Take That: This Life tour dates

After strong pre-sales, Take That expanded the tour with extra shows in Leeds, London and Manchester.

The full 2024 UK and Ireland dates and venues of the Take That: This Life arena and stadium tour are as follows, including the cancelled shows at the Co-Op Live Arena in Manchester:

  • April 13 – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
  • April 14 – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
  • April 18 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
  • April 19 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
  • April 20 – First Direct Arena, Leeds
  • April 22 – 3Arena, Dublin
  • April 23 – 3Arena, Dublin
  • April 25 – The O2, London
  • April 26 – The O2, London
  • April 27 – The O2, London
  • April 28 – The O2, London
  • April 30 – The O2, London
  • May 3 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • May 4 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • May 5 – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • May 7 – AO Arena, Manchester
  • May 9 – AO Arena, Manchester - moved from May 8
  • May 10 – AO Arena, Manchester
  • May 11 – AO Arena, Manchester
  • May 12 – AO Arena, Manchester
  • May 14 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
  • May 15 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
  • May 17 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
  • May 18 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
  • May 24 – Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
  • May 26 – The City Ground Stadium, Nottingham
  • May 28 – Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich
  • May 30 – Stadium MK, Milton Keynes
  • June 1 – St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton
  • June 4 – Home Park Stadium, Plymouth
  • June 6 – Swansea.com Stadium, Swansea
  • June 8 – Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol
  • June 12 – Co-Op Live, Manchester

How can I get tickets for the Take That: This Life on Tour?

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If you missed your chance at a pre-sale ticket, worry not.

Tickets went on general sale from Friday, September 29 at 9.30am from here .

What songs will Take That play on the This Life tour and when does the show start?

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Take That usually start their set at around 8.25pm, ending at around 10.25pm.

Here is the full setlist for Take That's This Life tour 2024:

  • Keep Your Head Up
  • Days I Hate Myself
  • Everything Changes
  • A Million Love Songs
  • I Found Heaven
  • Forever Love (Gary Barlow song)
  • Clementine (Mark Owen song)
  • Speak Without Words (Howard Donald song)
  • Get Ready for It
  • March of the Hopeful
  • The Champion
  • Greatest Day
  • Time and Time Again
  • Relight My Fire
  • One More Word
  • Hold Up a Light
  • Back for Good
  • Never Forget
  • Rule the World

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Who is supporting Take That on the This Life tour?

Olly Murs at Flackstock Festival in 2023

Announced as support for the This Life tour is former X Factor cheeky chappy and "very special guest" Olly Murs .

Olly's relationship with Take That goes back to his reality competition days, where he performed 'Angels' with on-off Thatter Robbie Williams in the 2009 final.

He also supported Take That when they played Hyde Park in the summer of 2016.

It's not impossible that another act may be added to the bill on some or all dates, but for now it's just Olly on the undercard.

Will Jason Orange or Robbie Williams appear with Take That on the This Life tour?

Take That as a five-piece in 2011

Since 2014, Take That have been very much a trio.

Robbie had returned to reunite the original five-piece lineup from 2010 to 2014, but he has since focused on his solo career.

Not long after Robbie parted from the group for the second time, Jason Orange not only left Take That, but quit the whole entertainment industry .

Nothing is impossible in the wonderful world of pop, but we'd say it's pretty unlikely that Jason will pop by.

Earlier this year Mark Owen said of Jason: "I think he felt like he didn't want to do it any more."

The three-piece Take That at the premiere of their Greatest Day film in June 2023

That tallied with Jason's own words when he left the group, saying: "There have been no fallings out, only a decision on my part that I no longer wish to do this."

Meanwhile, Gary Barlow had said: "Jason isn't coming back. Take That is Mark, Howard and me for the next few years."

And back in 2018, Howard said: "Jason has gone off the grid. He's not taking emails or phone calls or stuff like that. That's good for him."

Robbie is a very busy chap, between his solo career and long-awaited Better Man biopic , and he's only just wrapping up his XXV 25th anniversary celebration global tour at the end of 2023.

There's not been any serious whispers that he'll rock by, but he did show up with Mark not that long ago , so we've got our fingers crossed that he might consider it.

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Take That, Ashton Gate: All you need to know about the shows including times, road closures and banned items

The band last performed in Bristol in 2019

Pop boyband, Take That , will be returning to Ashton Gate this weekend (June 8 and 9) as part of a huge stadium and arena live tour to celebrate the release of their ninth studio album, This Life .

They last performed in Bristol in 2019 as part of the Summer Series at Ashton Gate and are one of the most successful bands in the UK.

The This Life tour will see trio Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald perform alongside a special guest.

Take That Ashton Gate gate opening times

The Fan Village will open from 3pm and the Stadium Bowl from 5pm. The concert is due to start at around 7.15pm and finish at 10.30pm.

Take That setlist

Their tour setlist includes:

1. Keep Your Head Up

4. Days I Hate Myself

5. Everything Changes

8. A Million Love Songs

9. I Found Heaven

11. Forever Love (Gary Barlow song)

12. Clementine (Mark Owen song)

13. Speak Without Words (Howard Donald song)

14. Patience

15. The Flood

16. Get Ready for It

17. March of the Hopeful

18. The Champion

19. This Life

20. Greatest Day

21. These Days

22. Time and Time Again

23. Relight My Fire

24. One More Word

25. Hold Up a Light

26. Back for Good

27. Never Forget

28. Rule the World

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Who will be supporting Take That at Ashton Gate?

British singer-songwriter Olly Murs will be the supporting act at the concerts. He rose to fame after finishing second in The X Factor in 2009 and has since scored four number-one albums and four UK number-one singles. More recently, he has moved into TV presenting and appeared as a coach on The Voice UK.

What items are banned at the Take That concert in Ashton Gate?

These are the prohibited items at the concert according to the Ashton Gate website :

- Glass, cans, bottles or thermos flasks of any kind

-Unsealed bottles of water that are more than 500ml and not transparent

- Flammable liquids and aerosols (including perfume, hairspray etc)

- Laser pens/pointers

- Laptops, iPad, professional cameras/video equipment

- Food and drink, unless for medicinal purposes

- Signs, banners, flags, inflatables, selfie sticks

- Air horns, whistles or other noise making devices

- Knives or weapons, fireworks, confetti, glitter bombs or sprays

- Prams/Buggies/Strollers

How to get to Take That concert in Ashton Gate?

Where to park for take that concert in ashton gate.

Limited accessible parking for concert is available. To book call 0117 9630 600 or email [email protected].

Taxis and Drop Off/Pick Up

There will be no pre-event designated drop-off point at the stadium and the roads near the stadium will be closed, have temporary waiting restrictions and be very busy.

Post-event, from 10pm Sainsbury’s on Winterstoke Road is the designated pick-up point for private pick-up and pre-booked taxis only.

Shuttle Bus

The event shuttle bus is the easiest and fastest way to get to Ashton Gate Stadium.

Pre-event buses will operate frequently between 3pm to 7pm. Post-event buses will depart after the concert from Winterstoke Road when full and return to collect any remaining passengers.

The shuttle bus start from Portway Park & Ride, Brislington Park & Ride, Temple Meads Railway Station and The Mall, Cribbs Causeway.

There will be no shuttle bus tickets available to buy on the day.

Public Buses

The following bus routes stop by Ashton Gate:

- M2 to Long Ashton Park & Ride (Stop: Ashton Gate). This bus does not operate on Sundays

- 24 Ashton Gate (Stop: Ashton Road)

- X1 Weston-super-Mare (Stop: Blackmoors Lane, Ashton Bridge)

- X4 Portishead (Stop: Blackmoors, Ashton Bridge).

- X6 Clevedon (Stop: Blackmoors, Ashton Bridge)

- X7 Weston-super-Mare (Blackmoors, Ashton Bridge)

- X8/9 Nailsea (Blackmoors, Ashton Bridge)

Accessible Mini Buses

There will be an accessible post-event mini-bus operating from Barons Close opposite Gate 1 and driving fans through the road closure to just outside Sainsbury’s on Winterstoke Road. Pre-booking is essential so if you would like to make use of this service please email [email protected] or call 0117 9630 600 (Option 4, then Option 2 and Option 2 again).

Organised National Coaches

Bakers Dolphin are providing coach travel from the following pick-up points:

- Bridgwater

- Burnham-on-Sea

-Highbridge

- Weston-Super-Mare

- Gordano Services

National Express coaches will depart from the following pick-up points:

-Birmingham

– Cheltenham

– Gloucester

– Worcester

Parson Street is a 15-minute walk to Ashton Gate Stadium. Trains available from this station cover much of Bristol, the South West and Somerset.

There will be an additional service from Parson Street to Weston-super-Mare on June 8 at 11.17pm and calling at Nailsea and Backwell, Yatton, Worle and Weston-super-Mare.

On June 9, the last train from Parson Street to Weston-super-Mare will depart at 11.20pm.

Ashton Gate Stadium is a:

- 15 minute walk away from Parson Street Station in Bedminster

- 30 minute walk away from Clifton village

- 30 minute walk away from Bristol Harbourside and City Centre (Vauxhall Bridge is closed for repairs)

- 40 minute walk away from Bristol Temple Meads

Cycling and E-Scooter

The stadium is a short bike ride away from many areas of Bristol, including:

- 7 minutes away from Parson Street Station, Bedminster

- 8 minutes away from Clifton village

- 9 minutes away from Bristol Harbourside and the City Centre

- 12 minutes away from Bristol Temple Meads

All event cycle parking is in front of the old Midas building off Winterstoke Road.

What is the weather forecast during Take That concert?

According to the Met Office , it will be sunny changing to cloudy by late morning on June 8, with highs of 17°C and lows of 9°C.

On Sunday, they predict it will be sunny changing to overcast by lunchtime with highs of 17°C and lows of 9°C.

Take That Ashton Gate road closures

- Ashton Road will be closed from 3pm to 2am on the concert day.

- Winterstoke Road will be closed from 9pm to midnight on the concert day.

- Barons Close and Wedlock Way will be closed from 9pm to midnight.

How to get tickets for Take That concert in Ashton Gate?

There are still tickets available for both days. Remaining tickets start at £82.50 for Saturday and £57.50 for Sunday.

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When you arrive, there are three entry points at Ashton Gate : Gates 1, 2 and 3.

Make sure that you refer to your ticket which will outline which entrance you should use.

All tickets will be scanned on entry, with wristbands being distributed to pitch seated tickets

Shuttle buses

The fastest way to and from the concerts is by using the shuttle bus services.

Pre-event buses will operate frequently between 3pm and 7.15pm, while return buses will depart for an hour after each event.

Note that journey times are dependent on traffic and some acts may start before the buses arrive at the stadium.

Pre-booking is essential for all services.

To find out more or to book, visit Ashton Gate's website.

Public buses

Ashton Gate is well connected to Bristol and the surrounding areas by an extensive public bus network.

The easiest way to plan your route is the by using TravelWest Journey Planner.

Many services across Bristol are operated by First Bus - you can find more information on their routes, timetables and fares here.

These public bus services will operate pre and post event:

Stops at West Street - Metro Bus

Operates every 10 minutes

Serves Hengrove Park, Bristol City Centre, Cribbs Causeway

Stops at Ashton Drive (The Robins Public House)

Operates up to every 12 minutes (every 30 minutes during the evening)

Serves Bedminster, Bristol City Centre, Old Market, Easton, Eastville, Lockleaze, Southmead Hospital

Service X1, Service X3a, Service X8

Stops at Blackmoors Lane (Ashton Bridge)

Operates at frequent intervals (every 60 minutes during the evening)

Serves Hotwells, Bristol City Centre

Service 75 & 76

Stops at West Street

Operates every 20 minutes

Serves Withywood, Hartcliffe, Whitchurch, Bristol City Centre, Horfield, Filton, Southmead

Stops at East Street

Operates every 30 minutes

Serves Hengrove - Bristol City Centre

Organised national coaches

Bakers Dolphin will be providing a coach only return service with pick-up points from the following places:

  • Weston-Super-Mare

Private mini buses

If you have arranged a private minibus or shared transport to the stadium, email [email protected] and the venue can check availability and prices.

Ashton Gate is well served by local and national rail services. For the latest information, journey planning and tickets visit GWR's website .

Bristol Temple Meads

There will be a concert special shuttle bus that stops here (Service Four). This service will also stop in Bristol City Centre following the event.

It is a 40 minute walk to Ashton Gate from Temple Meads.

If you would like to book a shuttle bus to Ashton Gate from Bristol Temple Meads, visit Ashton Gate's website.

Parson Street

It is a 15 minute walk to Ashton Gate from Parson Street.

Trains available from this station cover much of Bristol, the South West and Somerset.

Bristol Parkway

Train tickets to Bristol Parkway are valid through to Bristol Temple Meads.

The quickest way is to change here for services to Temple Meads and catch the Service Four shuttle bus to the stadium.

Taxis and drop-off / pick-up

All drop-offs and pick-ups including taxis must be at the below locations:

Pre-event : Wickes, Winterstoke Road (BS3 2LQ)

Post-event : Sainsbury’s car park, Winterstoke Road (BS3 2NS)

A complimentary fully accessible shuttle service will operate between Gate 1 and Sainsbury’s after each concert for people with limited mobility.

Email [email protected] to book this service.

Disabled parking

Ashton Gate has sold out of disabled parking for the Rod Stewart and Take That concerts.

If you wish to enquire about blue badge parking for the Muse or Spice Girls concerts, email [email protected] to check availability and prices.

Street parking surrounding the stadium is severely limited and Ashton Gate encourages visitors to use public transport as an alternative.

Moped and motorcycle parking

There are no facilities in or around the stadium for motorcycle / moped parking.

The easiest way to get to Ashton Gate Stadium is on foot. The stadium is just a short walk away from central Bristol including:

  • 15 minutes away from Parson Street Station in Bedminster
  • 30 minutes away from Clifton village
  • 30 minutes away from Bristol Harbourside and City Centre
  • 40 minutes away from Bristol Temple Meads

Ashton Gate Stadium is easily accessed by bike with a number of dedicated cycle paths in Bristol. There's also a limited number of bike racks at the stadium as well as a bike pump in the Winterstoke Road car park, directly outside the South Stand.

The stadium is also a short bike ride away from many areas of Bristol, including:

  • 7 minutes away from Parson Street Station, Bedminster
  • 8 minutes away from Clifton village
  • 9 minutes away from Bristol Harbourside and the City Centre
  • 12 minutes away from Bristol Temple Meads

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Wrexham owner Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman gate-crash live Spanish TV at Euro 2024 and it was chaos

Wrexham owner Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman gate-crash live Spanish TV at Euro 2024 and it was chaos

Ryan reynolds and hugh jackman gate-crashed spanish tv while promoting deadpool and wolverine at euro 2024..

Josh Lawless

Josh Lawless

Wrexham owner Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman mate a surprise appearance on Spanish TV, gatecrashing RTVE.

The pair are on a mammoth promotional tour for the release of Deadpool and Wolverine, which is set to be released in the United Kingdom later this month.

They were recently in Berlin, the German capital, for a special fan event hyping up the Marvel superhero movie.

But they also turned up on Spanish television, barging into the studio with incredible energy as they blurted out phrases like 'Vamos', 'Ole' and 'Bueno.

The dynamic duo immediately started causing chaos as they joked about being Ryan Gosling and Hugh Hefner.

Asked by presenter Marcos what they were doing at the Euros, Australian and huge Norwich City fan Jackman said he had a British passport and had got the call-up for the semi-final as the team needs "a bit of height".

Reynolds then talked about supporting Spain in the tournament ahead of La Roja's semi final showdown with France on Tuesday.

Luis de la Fuente's men have been the outstanding side in the showpiece and are looking to win the Euros for the third time.

Reynolds and Jackman are backing them all the way and delivered a brilliant message to the people of Espana.

But despite pledging their support, Reynolds and Jackman were spotted in attendance watching Netherlands vs Turkey in the final quarter final at the Olympiastadion.

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Both were pitchside before the game on Saturday night, where the Dutch came from behind to win 2-1 and set up a clash with England in Dortmund on Wednesday.

Deadpool and Wolverine was directed by Shawn Levy and featured a four-month hiatus due to the US actors' strike.

The film, which pits Reynolds and Jackman as allies, also stars Tyler Mane, Matthew Macfadyen, Emma Corrin and Jennifer Garner.

Wrexham striker Ollie Palmer has a brief cameo , as confirmed by Reynolds.

Topics:  Wrexham , Ryan Reynolds , Euro 2024 , Spain

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Notre Dame Football 2024: Offense Depth Chart Breakdown and Quick Takes

Nick shepkowski | jul 3, 2024.

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Notre Dame is coming off one of the strangest years offensively you may ever see. From afar, 2023 was a blossoming year for the Notre Dame offense. The Fighting Irish averaged a hum-dinging 39.2 points per game, good for the seventh-most nationally. However, if you combine the outputs against just Ohio State, Duke, Louisville, and Clemson (probably the four best defenses on the schedule), Notre Dame averaged just 19.5 points per game. Sure, Notre Dame scored 48 points against USC, but 14 of those came directly from special teams and defenses scores while a good amount more were set up on short fields by turnovers.

The point of all that is to say that regardless of competition, Notre Dame's offense needs to be significantly more consistent in 2024. The addition of offensive coordinator Mike Denbrock should help with that, as should veteran quarterback Riley Leonard and some veteran aid in the wide receiver department. How will Notre Dame's depth chart look headed into fall camp? Let's take a quick look at how we project the offensive starting lineup to look roughly a month out from camp opening.

Notre Dame Quarterback Depth Chart

QB1 - 13 Riley Leonard, 6-4, 216, Sr. QB2 - 18 Steve Angeli, 6-2, 205, Jr. For the second year in a row Notre Dame brings in a final-year quarterback from the ACC. This year Leonard presents more of a threat to run than Sam Hartman did. Angeli, who started the bowl win over Oregon State, will have to hold off up-and-coming underclassmen Kenny Minchey (Soph.) and CJ Carr (Fr.). Nick's Quick Take: Assuming health, Leonard should be closer to what Hartman was supposed to be in the quickly improving room. If all goes according to plan, this will be the last year for a long while that a transfer quarterback heads the room. Why Riley Leonard Could Win the Heisman Trophy

Notre Dame Running Back Depth Chart

RB1 - 4 Jeremiyah Love, 6-0, 206, Soph. RB2 - 24 Jadarian Price, 5-10, 203, Soph. RB3 - 21 Kedren Young, 6-0, 229, Fr. Jeremiyah Love appears to be in the drivers seat to get the bulk of carries but Price shined in spots last year after coming back from an Achilles heel injury. Kedren Young figures to get the carries that would have gone to Gi'Bran Payne before Payne was lost for the year due to injury. Nick's Quick Take: The running back room doesn't have an obvious lead back yet but the depth continues to improve. This feels like a 2022-type running back situation and that clearly ended more than well.

Notre Dame Wide Receiver Depth Chart

FIELD RECEIVER FWR1 - 10 Kris Mitchell, 6-0, 183, Grad. Sr. FWR2 - 11 KK Smith, 6-0, 178, Soph. Mitchell starred at Florida International where he hauled in 1,118 receiving yards and eight touchdowns a year ago. Smith brings a speed element after being a late addition to the 2023 recruiting class. SLOT RECEIVER SWR1 - 1 Jaden Greathouse, 6-1, 215, Soph. SWR2 - 6 Jordan Faison, 5-10, 182, Soph. Greathouse came out of the gate flying his freshman year but a hamstring injury in late September stunted his season. Meanwhile, nobody knew who Jordan Faison was a year ago as the former football walk-on now has a scholarship and helped Notre Dame win a lacrosse national championship this past spring. BOUNDARY RECEIVER BWR1 - 83 Jayden Thomas, 6-2, 218, Jr. BWR2 - 5 Beaux Collins, 6-3, 202, Sr. Thomas battled injuries last year but when healthy has been Notre Dame's most-used wide receiver the last two seasons. Beaux Collins brings veteran knowledge from Clemson where he caught 38 passes for 510-yards and three touchdowns a season ago. Nick's Quick Take: Can any receivers create separation with regularity this year? You tell me what Kris Mitchell's end of season stats look like and I'll tell you if this Notre Dame offense was an obvious improvement or not. Mike Brown Wants To Expand Notre Dame's Receiver Depth Chart

Notre Dame Tight End Depth Chart

TE1 - 88 Mitchell Evans, 6-5, 260, Sr. TE2 - 9 Eli Raridon, 6-7, 250, Jr. Evans was on his way to an All-American type season before tearing his ACL late last October. New offensive coordinator Mike Denbrock tends to use just one tight end in his offense much more than Notre Dame fans have been used to the last decade-plus. Nick's Quick Take: They might not be used the same way but assuming health, which is difficult with these two, it's just as talented as almost any tight end pairing in the country.

Notre Dame Offensive Line Depth Chart

LEFT TACKLE LT1 - 56 Charles Jagusah, 6-7, 330, Soph. LT2 - 75 Sullivan Absher, 6-7, 321, Soph. Jagusah was among Notre Dame's highest rated recruits in 2023. Although he didn't see the field most of the year, he did perform nicely after a bit of a slow start in Notre Dame's Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl victory. LEFT GUARD LG1 - 78 Pat Coogan, 6-5, 310, Sr. LG2 - 50 Rocco Spindler, 6-5, 331, Sr. Coogan entered last spring as a bit of an afterthought but performed in a way that he took the starting job at left guard from highly touted Billy Schrauth and will have raised expectations in 2024. Spindler played much of last season at right guard before an injury cut his season short. CENTER C1 - 70 Ashton Craig, 6-4, 308, Soph. C2 - 72 Sam Pendleton, 6-4, 305, Soph. Ashton Craig took advantage of being forced into playing time last year by performing well enough in the Sun Bowl to take home All-Bowl Team honors for his efforts. He enters this season as the clear-cut favorite

RIGHT GUARD RG1 - 74 Billy Schrauth, 6-5, 315, Jr. RG2 - 55 Chris Terek, 6-5, 333, Soph. In a bit of a surprise, Schrauth was unseated by Pat Coogan in the left guard competition a year ago. He enters this year looking to live up to the massive hype he had a little over a year ago. RIGHT TACKLE RT1 - 79 Tosh Baker, 6-8, 320, Sr. RT2 - 59 Aamil Wagner, 6-6, 290, Jr. After a whirlwind few years at Notre Dame, Baker heads to camp with a chance to earn a starting tackle spot that has been nearly impossible to come by in recent years with Joe Alt and Blake Fisher manning the posts. Nick's Quick Take: Overall the offense should improve, specifically against the better competition it faces compared to 2022. The offensive line figures to be a work in progress but you can start to see how downright scary this offense has the potential to be in a couple short years.

Nick Shepkowski

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Buy Hospitality for Take That!

Ashton Gate Stadium is pleased to announce our hospitality packages for Take That.

Take That will return to Bristol on Saturday, June 8th and Sunday, June 9th as part of a huge stadium and arena live tour around the UK and Ireland to celebrate their new album, This Life.

They will be joined on the tour by very special guest, Olly Murs.

Hospitality packages for the return of Take That to Bristol are available to book online on Saturday HERE and Sunday HERE . Full payment will be required at the time of booking and will be non-refundable and non-transferable, price includes VAT.

We are pleased to be able to offer you the opportunity to book the following Gold, Silver and Bronze packages:

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HOSPITALITY PACKAGES WILL BE AVAILABLE TO BOOK ONLINE HERE OR CALL 0117 963 0600 FROM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 TH FROM 9.30AM. | T&CS: FULL PAYMENT REQUIRED AT TIME OF BOOKING, NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON-TRANSFERABLE, PRICE INCLUDES VAT. 

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One of the UK’s most successful bands, Take That last performed in Bristol as part of the 2019 Summer Series at Ashton Gate, mesmerising a 30,000-strong audience with an exhilarating and jaw-dropping set of their greatest hits.

This Life On Tour will see the trio – Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald – play 29 dates across 15 cities around the UK and Ireland. They will be joined on the tour by very special guest, Olly Murs.

Jenny Hutchinson, Venue Director at Ashton Gate Stadium, said: “We are incredibly excited to announce the return of Take That to Bristol as our first concert for 2024. Take That are renowned for their spectacular live performances and their last show at the stadium as part of our 2019 Summer Series was one of the most memorable nights we have ever had.

“Following the overwhelming success of this year’s sold-out Arctic Monkeys concert, we are looking forward to having a bumper concert season next summer and Take That are the perfect act to kick it off. With Olly Murs as their support act, we are anticipating high demand for tickets for what promises to be another unforgettable experience at the stadium.”

Take That are renowned for their huge productions and incredible live shows, and currently hold the record for the most performances at London’s The O2 with 34 headline shows. 2011’s Progress tour broke box office records by selling over 1 million tickets in less than 24 hours, becoming the biggest tour in the UK and earning them a place on Billboard’s annual ‘Top 25 Tours’ list, placing third worldwide. In 2019, the band celebrated their 30th anniversary with the 38 date sell-out Odyssey tour which saw them play to 29 arenas and 9 stadiums, selling over 650,000 tickets. 

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