Take That frontman Gary Barlow announces solo date at Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Take That lead singer Gary Barlow is heading out on the road in support of his latest solo album, Music Played By Humans, due to be released next month.
Accompanied by a full orchestra, he will play 15 shows in 13 cities, including Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena on June 9.
As well as playing songs from his latest album, he will delve into the back catalogue of his 30-year career, with Take That and as a solo artist.
Gary will be supported on the tour by Beverley Knight.
He said: “I love performing. I’ve missed it so much. I’m excited to think about how the new songs on the album will sound live and with an audience.
“I’m just really looking forward to getting out there and seeing everyone again.”
Music Played By Humans, set for release on November 27, features an array of collaborations with stars from around the world, including James Corden, Michael Bublé, Sebastián Yatra, Barry Manilow, Chilly Gonzales, Alesha Dixon, Beverley Knight, Ibrahim Maalouf and Avishai Cohen.
Music Played By Humans — The Tour, will take inspiration from the orchestral and big band music that captured Gary’s imagination as a child.
Tickets go on general release tomorrow (October 9).