Take That tickets for Hyde Park gig go on sale today as the band vow to bring ”incredible energy”

Tickets to see the legendary trio perform on Saturday July 9 go on sale today – find out how to get yours. Legendary popsters Take That will headline at Hyde Park in 2016 – the first time they have performed at the iconic venue. Tickets to see the trio go on sale today – get yours here . The band will perform at the Barclaycard presents British Summer Time festival on Saturday July 9. Gary Barlow said: If someone would have told us in 1991 hey guys in 24 years youre going to be playing at one of the most famous parks in the world, I probably wouldnt have believed whoever said it. “The atmosphere will be amazing. I know that between us and the audience, theres going to be an incredible energy.” Mel C told Mirror Celebs last week that Hyde Park would be the perfect venue if theSpice Girls ever manage to get back together. Since the festival began in 2013 the Great Oak Stage has hosted such superstar acts as The Rolling Stones, Neil Young, The Libertines, The Who, Kylie Minogue, Black Sabbath and Taylor Swift. And Take That certainly have the history to live up to that billing. Hear what the boys think of playing Hyde Park below: The legendary pop band has had seven No1 albums, and 12 No1 singles in the UK and sold over 45 million records. Their recent Take That Live 2015 tour sold out arenas around the world – including 10 nights at Londons O2 Arena – performing to over half a million people. The three-piece of Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Gary Barlow recently unveiled their new song ‘Hey Boy’. The video sees the trio go all out in Saturday Night Fever style on the streets of New York. Mark, 43, sets the mood when he descends steps in white trousers, a leopardskin shirt and orange mock fur coat, with his hair combed over into a huge quiff. Howard, 47, doesn’t flare much better as he joins his bandmate in the iconic red trousers, held up by a pair of braces. Gary, 44, almost seems respectable in a flowery shirt… but his short maroon trousers, white socks and shiny shoes mean he’d be better off dead than red. Joking aside, the tune is a catchy one featuring chunky synths and a huge chorus – and the boys certainly know how to rock 70s style. At one point they climb on chain handle chopper bikes before venturing into a laundrette – then down some stairs and into an underground club. They are met with some serious NY attitude, but their charisma and style (ahem) pays off as the hoodlums and hood rats embark on a huge dance-off amid flashing lights and disco balls. The song is one of three tracks to be added to their No1 hit album III for its 2015 re-release by Polydor Records on November 20. A DVD of that recent tour will also be included. Like | Comment | Subscribe https://goo.gl/pkJsc2

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