It's now all confirmed, Friday 29th of October finally saw Take That tickets on sale. The press conference made our dreams come true and the band are now back together as a five again! The great thing when you buy your Take Tickets is that you get to see three shows in one, Take That as four piece, Robbie Williams performing his classic solo stuff and then what we've all been waiting for, the boys together as a five performing hits off their new album as well as their classics we all know and love. Take That tickets will be available for the country’s biggest and most iconic stadiums including the home of Football itself, Wembley Stadium, Manchester City's city of Manchester Stadium. Sunderland’s Stadium of Light, Aston Villa's Villa Park and the fortress that is Hampden Park in Scotland. So tell your friends, relatives and everyone you know, get together grab Take That tickets and have the time of your life! Take That are back on top of the world! Following the recent news that Robbie is back officially with the boys, the entire UK music scene has been quietly anticipating when the next Take That concert tour would go on sale. So the ingredients of this new stadium tour are: the biggest band in UK music, the biggest selling solo artist in UK music, back together (back for good?) and on tour in the UK and Europe. Don’t miss out, make sure you get your Take That and Robbie Williams tickets right now on Seatwave before they are all gone - all our tickets are 100% guaranteed and Seatwave is the largest, most trusted ticket site in Europe. So, buy your tickets for the biggest band, from the biggest ticket site - to make sure you aren't disappointed! When Take That went on sale last year for their Circus tour, they sold over a million tickets and that was without Robbie. This tour is guaranteed to be bigger and better, despite the incredible reviews that the boys got last time round. We wouldn’t bet against this being one of the biggest concert tours in music history, and some of the most incredible performances anywhere in the world. The artwork for their forthcoming album "Progress" was released to the public today, and features all five members of the band in an 'evolution of man' type piece of artwork. The new album is set to be released on the 22nd of November 2010 and will be one of the albums of the year. The track listing for the album will undoubtedly form a large part of the set list for the upcoming Stadium Tour. GOSSIP RUMOURS: We understand that the tour will be announced in the next few weeks, and will confirm the exact dates and performance details in due course, but for now what we know is this: The tickets will be on sale soon. The 2011 Take That Tour will be throughout the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe. There will be multiple dates in London and Manchester.