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Take That Lead BBC Radio 2 Live Announcement

Wednesday, 07 June 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Take That will headline BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park.

Marking its seventh year, the event will return to London on September 10 with Blondie, Stereophonics, Shania Twain, Emeli Sandé, James Blunt, Rick Astley, Seth Lakeman and Wildwood Kin also set to perform.

Tickets will go on sale on June 8, with full details due to be confirmed on Chris Evans' Breakfast Show. Head here for more information.

BBC Radio 2 Live Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sun September 10 2017 - LONDON Hyde Park

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