Apple Music Festival returns to London 19-28 September for a full-volume celebration of music.
Take That first came together as the UK's answer to New Kids On The Block, but they quickly outgrew their classification as a crowd-thrilling boy band and became one of the most successful groups in the history of pop music. How successful? After debuting in 1992 with Take That & Party, they went on to sell over 50 million albums worldwide. Their sound, shaped by songwriter and singer Gary Barlow, ranges from uptempo dance pop to heartfelt ballads. After a nine-year hiatus, Take That reunited in 2005, releasing a string of albums including 2014's infectious III.
Support comes from Charlie Puth.
We've got some good news. Whether you missed out on tickets or went along and wanna relive the night, you can watch this performance live or on-demand.
Check it out on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, iTunes on your computer or in stunning HD with Apple TV. Follow the link or visit applemusic.com/festival for more information.