Take That have announced a massive greatest hits tour...and they are coming to Ireland
Take That have announced a 30th anniversary tour for next year - and they're going to be coming to Ireland.
Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen are going to be coming to Dublin's 3Arena on April 29 as part of their massive UK and Ireland stadium tour.
Never Going To Give You Up hitmaker Rick Astley is going to be joining them on tour.
Tickets are priced beginning at €66.45 and go on sale on Friday, September 28. They will be available from Ticketmaster outlets as well as www.ticketmaster.ie.
The news comes as Take That also confirmed the release of Odyssey, which is a reimagined greatest hits album.
It will include 27 tracks throughout the band's history, from their 1992 debut album right up to the present day.
There's going to be plenty of special guests and three new tracks.
The first single from the album, Pray, was released on September 21 - and the album itself will be out on November 23.
On their new album, Gary previously told The One Show's Alex Jones that they had to be "careful" with the plans for re-imagining songs.
"We've reimagined some of the songs, but not all of them. You've got to be careful with these things. If you take them too far, you're destroying people's memories.
"We've tried to be respectful to the music, but just putting a load of music on an album wasn't enough for us. We wanted to just go back and have a look through it, and try to make it sound better."