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Did you miss out on tickets for Take That at Norwich City’s Carrow Road? Should they add a second date?

PUBLISHED: 15:56 29 October 2016 | UPDATED: 08:58 31 October 2016

Take That are coming to Norwich in June 2016. Photo: supplied by DawBell.

Take That are coming to Norwich in June 2016. Photo: supplied by DawBell.

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Are you heartbroken after failing to get tickets for the Take That concert at Carrow Road in Norwich next June?

Norwich City's Carrow Road stadium. 
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24/09/2016Norwich City's Carrow Road stadium. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd +44 7904 640267 24/09/2016

Well, past history means all hope may not be lost - with the possibility that the three-strong outfit could add a second date at Norwich City’s stadium.

When the tour dates were first announced, Norwich, Swansea and Dublin had one date each. Dublin has since had a second date added - a practice that is not uncommon for Take That tours, as organisers respond to demand.

Extra dates were also added in London, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham.

The Carrow Road gig on June 16 is as good as a sell-out, with just a few executive tickets left. And the fact that it is the final date of Take That’s tour means there is space to double up.

More than 30,000 people will fill the Canaries’ ground when Mark Owen, Gary Barlow and Howard Donald head to the city as part of their Wonderland Live tour.

The last time Carrow Road had that many people in the stadium was on April 9, 1977 when Norwich City lost to Ipswich 0-1. Some 31,088 people watched the match.

Take That are well known for elaborate live shows, and organisers have said the 2017 tour will “bring fans their most exciting live experience to date”.

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