Take That to perform intimate London charity gig at KOKO this month - how to get tickets

Take that will perform an intimate gig in the capital this month for charity.
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Take That is set to perform a one-off show later this month at London’s iconic live music venue, KOKO. The concert will support the charity War Child, which advocates the rights of young people affected by war.

The Greatest Day hitmakers will perform at KOKO in honour of War Child on June 21. The charity confirmed Take That’s Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, and Mark Owen would take the stage for a special London show earlier this week.

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With a capacity of just over 1,400, the group’s KOKO show is set to offer lucky fans a chance to watch Take That perform up close. As explained on War Child’s website, fans can expect to hear some memorable tunes from their "legendary three-decade spanning music catalogue”.

Take That’s KOKO show precedes the band’s upcoming headline date at the BST Hyde Park festival. The group will helm the London festival on July 1 and will be supported by both The Script and the Sugarbabes.

Here’s how fans can get tickets for Take That’s upcoming War Child charity gig.

How to get tickets for Take That’s War Child KOKO show

Tickets for Take That’s War Child show at London’s KOKO will go on sale this Friday, June 9. Fans will be able to get tickets via Ticketmaster.