October 08, 2013, 11:15 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Tickets for Gary Barlow's April concert at the O2 Arena go on sale at 9.30am on Friday 11 October, as well as tickets for a second date on the 5th April for heartthrob Justin Timberlake at 9am.
The Take That frontman/songwriter and X Factor judge recently announced that he will be touring next year to promote his first solo album in 14 years, ‘Since I Last Saw You', due to be released on 25 November.
Barlow's glittering career includes eight number one albums with Take That, and six Ivor Novello Awards. Last year he was awarded an OBE for his work with Children in Need and on the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert. Hit songs include ‘Shine', ‘Back For Good', ‘Greatest Day' and Diamond Jubilee anthem ‘Sing'.
The O2 Arena is one of London's major concert venues, with a capacity of 23,000, and an inevitable port of call for stadium acts on international tours. Justin Timberlake will be playing the O2 shortly before Barlow on 1 and 2 April, at the start of the European leg of his current international tour.
Other stellar acts coming up at the O2 include Micky Flanagan (16-26 Oct), Jessie Jay (29-30 Oct), Depeche Mode (19 Nov), Will.i.am (5 Dec), JLS (21-22 Dec), Taylor Swift (1,2,4,10 Feb), Strictly Come Dancing Live (8, 9 Feb) and Miranda Hart (12 March).
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