Take That at Co-op Live, Manchester – stage times, tickets, setlist and more

The boys are back in town.

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Take That will make a triumphant return to Manchester this week on their This Life world tour, this time at Co-op Live.

The legendary pop group had originally sold out a whopping SEVEN shows at the huge new arena.

But five of those Take That shows had to be moved to the AO Arena instead, after Co-op Live was struck down by a few high-profile delays.

Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald will wrap up their massive seven-night residency on what is essentially home turf for them this week.

They’ll be back performing hits from their whopping nine studio albums on 11 and 12 June.


We already know that Take That will be putting on a show-stopping performance, having reviewed their relocated shows already.

Here’s everything else you need to know.


Who is supporting Take That at Co-op Live?

Olly Murs
Olly Murs. Credit: Publicity picture

In an effort to create the most chart-friendly, crowd-pleasing, middle-of-the-road pop night of all time, Take That have recruited Olly Murs as their support act.

The former X Factor alumni headlined arenas across the UK in 2023 with his Marry Me tour, and now he’s back to warm up the crowds for Take That.

You can expect to hear some of the 39-year-old’s biggest hits, including Please Don’t Let Me Go, Heart Skips a Beat, and Dear Darlin.


Take That stage times at Co-op Live

Neither the venue nor the band have actually confirmed stage times for the show yet, and these are always subject to change anyway.

The doors to the venue will open at 6.20pm.

It’s likely that Olly Murs will then perform around 7.30pm, with Take That on stage around 8.30pm.

Once stage times for Take That are announced, we’ll be sure to update this article.

Can you still get tickets?

Shockingly, there’s still some availability on tickets for Take That at Co-op Live.


There are quite a few seats left at the £92.95 mark, even more for £109.20, and tickets for £139.50 too.

You can still get Platinum tickets too, and VIP packages are available.

Check Ticketmaster for the latest.

Expected setlist for Take That

Take That have already performed multiple dates on this tour, so we’ve got a good idea of what their setlist in Manchester will look like.

This is what they played when they were at the AO Arena across town.

  • Keep Your Head Up
  • Windows
  • Giants
  • Days I Hate Myself
  • Everything Changes
  • Sure
  • Shine
  • A Million Love Songs
  • I Found Heaven
  • Pray
  • Forever Love (Gary Barlow song)
  • Clementine (Mark Owen song)
  • Speak Without Words (unreleased Howard Donald song)
  • Patience
  • The Flood
  • Get Ready for It
  • March of the Hopeful
  • The Champion
  • This Life
  • Greatest Day
  • These Days
  • Time and Time Again
  • Relight My Fire
  • One More Word
  • Hold Up a Light
  • Back for Good
  • Never Forget
  • Rule the World

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