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Take That to perform Greatest Hits concerts in Brussels and Ostend

The British band Take That is to perform two Greatest Hits concerts here in Belgium. Next year it will be 30 years since what was then a boy band was formed and the remaining members are celebrating this with a tour featuring their greatest hits to date.

Take That’s two Belgian concerts will be at Palace 12 at Brussels Expo on 14 June 2019 and at the Kursaal in Ostend on 18 June 2019.  

When the band formed in 1989 it had 5 members: Mark Owen, Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange and Robbie Williams. Take That had massive international success in the early and mid-1990’s with hits such as ‘Could It Be Magic’, ‘Relight My Fire’ and ‘Babe’. Take That decided to call it a day in 1996. The group reformed in 2005, albeit it without Robbie Williams that had gone on to be a highly successful solo artist. However, Robbie Williams did tour with the band again in 2011 and sung with them when Take That recorded a charity single.  

Jason Orange left Take That in 2014 so the line-up that will perform in Brussels and Ostend will consist of Mark Owen, Gary Barlow and Howard Donald. As well as performing some of the best-loved songs, Take that will also perform some new material at the concerts.

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