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Take That Presents: The Circus Live

Take That Presents: The Circus Live
Take That
Associated album The Circus
Start date 5 June 2009
End date 5 July 2009
Legs 1
Shows 20 (total)
Take That tour chronology
Beautiful World Tour 2007
(2007)
Take That Presents: The Circus Live
(2009)
Progress Live
(2011)

Take That Presents: The Circus Live was the seventh concert tour by British pop group, Take That. The tour promoted their fifth studio album, The Circus. The tour began on 5 June 2009 in Sunderland and finished on 5 July 2009 at London's Wembley Stadium. The Circus Live was Take That's biggest tour to date[1] and was seen by 1,014,000 people,[2] making a profit of £40,560,000. The tour became the fastest selling in UK history, with the 600,000 for all original eight dates selling out in five hours.[3]

Video Release

The Wembley Stadium Concerts of 3 and 4 July 2009 were recorded and released as a two-disc DVD and Blu-ray set, released on 23 November 2009. A live album, containing several live recordings, and a bonus disc of Take That at Abbey Road, was released a week later. Highlights were broadcast on ITV1 on 19 December 2009. The DVD became the fastest selling DVD of all time in the UK, selling 82,414 copies in 24 hours,[4] and 181,979 in its first week. It sold over 600,000 copies in September 2011 and has been certified 11x Platinum, becoming one of the best selling music DVDs ever in the UK.[5]

Opening acts

  • Gary Go
  • James Morrison: 5 June 2009, 9 June 2009, 16 June 2009, 17 June 2009, 20 June 2009, 26 June 2009, 1 July 2009
  • The Saturdays: 6 June 2009, 8 June 2009, 19 June 2009
  • The Script: 10 June 2009, 13 June 2009, 21 June 2009, 23 June 2009, 24 June 2009, 28 June 2009, 3 July 2009
  • Lady Gaga: 27 June 2009, 4 July 2009, 5 July 2009

Setlist

  1. "The Adventures Of A Lonely Balloon"
  2. "Greatest Day"
  3. "Hello"
  4. "Could It Be Magic"
  5. "Pray"
  6. "A Million Love Songs"
  7. "Back For Good"
  8. "The Garden"
  9. "Shine" (contains elements of "Mr Blue Sky")
  10. "Up All Night"
  11. "Wooden Boat"
  12. "How Did It Come To This?"
  13. "Piano Medley - "Love Ain't Here Anymore"/"Babe"/"Nobody Else"
  14. "The Circus"
  15. "What Is Love?"
  16. "The Clowns Medley" "Do What U Like"/"Promises"/"It Only Takes a Minute"/"Take That & Party"
  17. "Said It All"
  18. "Never Forget"
  19. "Patience"
  20. "Relight My Fire" (contains elements of "Vertigo") {accompanied by Loleatta Holloway}
Encore
  1. "Hold Up A Light"
  2. "Rule The World"

Tour dates

Date City Country Venue Supporting Act
5 June 2009 Sunderland England Stadium of Light Gary Go

James Morrison

6 June 2009 Gary Go

The Saturdays

8 June 2009 Coventry Ricoh Arena
9 June 2009 Gary Go

James Morrison

10 June 2009 Gary Go

The Script

13 June 2009 Dublin Ireland Croke Park
16 June 2009 Cardiff Wales Millennium Stadium Gary Go

James Morrison

17 June 2009
19 June 2009 Glasgow Scotland Hampden Park Gary Go

The Saturdays

20 June 2009 Gary Go

James Morrison

21 June 2009 Gary Go

The Script

23 June 2009 Manchester England Old Trafford Cricket Ground
24 June 2009
26 June 2009 Gary Go

James Morrison

27 June 2009 Gary Go

Lady Gaga

28 June 2009 Gary Go

The Script

1 July 2009 London Wembley Stadium Gary Go

James Morrison

3 July 2009 Gary Go

The Script

4 July 2009 Gary Go

Lady Gaga

5 July 2009

Charts

DVDs Chart (2009) Peak
position
Irish Top 10 Music DVDs[6] 1
UK Music DVD Chart[7] 1

Certifications

References

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