Take That, Ashton Gate: All you need to know about the show including times, shuttle buses and set list

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The band last performed in Bristol in 2019

After the spectacular show last night, Take That are returning to Ashton Gate tonight (June 9) for a huge stadium show to celebrate the release of their ninth studio album, This Life.

They last performed in Bristol in 2019 as part of the Summer Series at Ashton Gate and are one of the most successful bands in the UK.

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The This Life tour will see trio Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald perform alongside a special guest.

Take That Ashton Gate gate opening times

The Fan Village will open from 3pm and the Stadium Bowl from 5pm. The concert is due to start at around 7.15pm and finish at 10.30pm.

Take that are touring the UK  to celebrate the release of their ninth studio album, This Life. They will be performing in Bristol’s Ashton Gate Stadium on June 8 and 9.Credit: Paul WindsorTake that are touring the UK  to celebrate the release of their ninth studio album, This Life. They will be performing in Bristol’s Ashton Gate Stadium on June 8 and 9.Credit: Paul Windsor
Take that are touring the UK to celebrate the release of their ninth studio album, This Life. They will be performing in Bristol’s Ashton Gate Stadium on June 8 and 9.Credit: Paul Windsor | Paul Windsor

Take That setlist

Their tour setlist includes:

1. Keep Your Head Up

2. Windows

3. Giants

4. Days I Hate Myself

5. Everything Changes

6. Sure

7. Shine

8. A Million Love Songs

9. I Found Heaven

10. Pray

11. Forever Love (Gary Barlow song)

12. Clementine (Mark Owen song)

13. Speak Without Words (Howard Donald song)

14. Patience

15. The Flood

16. Get Ready for It

17. March of the Hopeful

18. The Champion

19. This Life

20. Greatest Day

21. These Days

22. Time and Time Again

23. Relight My Fire

24. One More Word

25. Hold Up a Light

26. Back for Good

27. Never Forget

28. Rule the World

Who will be supporting Take That at Ashton Gate?

British singer-songwriter Olly Murs will be the supporting act at the Take That concerts. He rose to fame after finishing second in The X Factor in 2009 and has since scored four number-one albums and four UK number-one singles. Credit: Paul WindsorBritish singer-songwriter Olly Murs will be the supporting act at the Take That concerts. He rose to fame after finishing second in The X Factor in 2009 and has since scored four number-one albums and four UK number-one singles. Credit: Paul Windsor
British singer-songwriter Olly Murs will be the supporting act at the Take That concerts. He rose to fame after finishing second in The X Factor in 2009 and has since scored four number-one albums and four UK number-one singles. Credit: Paul Windsor | Paul Windsor

British singer-songwriter Olly Murs will be the supporting act at the concerts. He rose to fame after finishing second in The X Factor in 2009 and has since scored four number-one albums and four UK number-one singles. More recently, he has moved into TV presenting and appeared as a coach on The Voice UK.

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What items are banned at the Take That concert in Ashton Gate?

These are the prohibited items at the concert according to the Ashton Gate website:

- Glass, cans, bottles or thermos flasks of any kind

-Unsealed bottles of water that are more than 500ml and not transparent

- Flammable liquids and aerosols (including perfume, hairspray etc)

- Laser pens/pointers

- Laptops, iPad, professional cameras/video equipment

- Food and drink, unless for medicinal purposes

- Signs, banners, flags, inflatables, selfie sticks

- Air horns, whistles or other noise making devices

- Knives or weapons, fireworks, confetti, glitter bombs or sprays

- Umbrella

- Prams/Buggies/Strollers

- Drones

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How to get to Take That concert in Ashton Gate?

Where to Park for Take That concert in Ashton Gate?

Limited accessible parking for concert is available. To book call 0117 9630 600 or email [email protected].

Taxis and Drop Off/Pick Up

There will be no pre-event designated drop-off point at the stadium and the roads near the stadium will be closed, have temporary waiting restrictions and be very busy.

Post-event, from 10pm Sainsbury’s on Winterstoke Road is the designated pick-up point for private pick-up and pre-booked taxis only.

Shuttle Bus

The event shuttle bus is the easiest and fastest way to get to Ashton Gate Stadium.

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Pre-event buses will operate frequently between 3pm to 7pm. Post-event buses will depart after the concert from Winterstoke Road when full and return to collect any remaining passengers.

The shuttle bus start from Portway Park & Ride, Brislington Park & Ride, Temple Meads Railway Station and The Mall, Cribbs Causeway.

There will be no shuttle bus tickets available to buy on the day.

Public Buses

The following bus routes stop by Ashton Gate:

- M2 to Long Ashton Park & Ride (Stop: Ashton Gate). This bus does not operate on Sundays

- 24 Ashton Gate (Stop: Ashton Road)

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- X1 Weston-super-Mare (Stop: Blackmoors Lane, Ashton Bridge)

- X4 Portishead (Stop: Blackmoors, Ashton Bridge).

- X6 Clevedon (Stop: Blackmoors, Ashton Bridge)

- X7 Weston-super-Mare (Blackmoors, Ashton Bridge)

- X8/9 Nailsea (Blackmoors, Ashton Bridge)

Accessible Mini Buses

There will be an accessible post-event mini-bus operating from Barons Close opposite Gate 1 and driving fans through the road closure to just outside Sainsbury’s on Winterstoke Road. Pre-booking is essential so if you would like to make use of this service please email [email protected] or call 0117 9630 600 (Option 4, then Option 2 and Option 2 again).

Organised National Coaches

National Express will have multiple coaches to Ashton Gate Stadium this weekend. The coaches will depart from Birmingham, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Exeter, Gloucester, Newport, Plymouth, Swansea, Taunton and Worcester. Credit: National ExpressNational Express will have multiple coaches to Ashton Gate Stadium this weekend. The coaches will depart from Birmingham, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Exeter, Gloucester, Newport, Plymouth, Swansea, Taunton and Worcester. Credit: National Express
National Express will have multiple coaches to Ashton Gate Stadium this weekend. The coaches will depart from Birmingham, Cardiff, Cheltenham, Exeter, Gloucester, Newport, Plymouth, Swansea, Taunton and Worcester. Credit: National Express | National Express

Bakers Dolphin are providing coach travel from the following pick-up points:

-Burnham-on-Sea

-Highbridge

- Clevedon

- Gordano Services

- Nailsea.

National Express coaches will depart from the following pick-up points:

-Birmingham

– Cardiff

– Cheltenham

– Exeter

– Gloucester

– Newport

– Plymouth

– Swansea

– Taunton

– Worcester

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Train

Parson Street is a 15-minute walk to Ashton Gate Stadium. Trains available from this station cover much of Bristol, the South West and Somerset.

There will be an additional service from Parson Street to Weston-super-Mare on June 8 at 11.17pm and calling at Nailsea and Backwell, Yatton, Worle and Weston-super-Mare.

On June 9, the last train from Parson Street to Weston-super-Mare will depart at 11.20pm.

Walking

Ashton Gate Stadium is a:

- 15 minute walk away from Parson Street Station in Bedminster

- 30 minute walk away from Clifton village

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- 30 minute walk away from Bristol Harbourside and City Centre (Vauxhall Bridge is closed for repairs)

- 40 minute walk away from Bristol Temple Meads

Cycling and E-Scooter

The stadium is a short bike ride away from many areas of Bristol, including:

- 7 minutes away from Parson Street Station, Bedminster

- 8 minutes away from Clifton village

- 9 minutes away from Bristol Harbourside and the City Centre

- 12 minutes away from Bristol Temple Meads

All event cycle parking is in front of the old Midas building off Winterstoke Road.

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According to the Met Office, on the concert days it will be sunny changing to cloudy by late morning on June 8, with highs of 17°C and lows of 9°C. On Sunday, they predict it will be sunny changing to overcast by lunchtime with  highs of 17°C and lows of 9°C. Credit: Paul WindsorAccording to the Met Office, on the concert days it will be sunny changing to cloudy by late morning on June 8, with highs of 17°C and lows of 9°C. On Sunday, they predict it will be sunny changing to overcast by lunchtime with  highs of 17°C and lows of 9°C. Credit: Paul Windsor
According to the Met Office, on the concert days it will be sunny changing to cloudy by late morning on June 8, with highs of 17°C and lows of 9°C. On Sunday, they predict it will be sunny changing to overcast by lunchtime with highs of 17°C and lows of 9°C. Credit: Paul Windsor | Paul Windsor

What is the weather forecast during Take That concert?

According to the Met Office, it will be sunny changing to cloudy by late morning on June 8, with highs of 17°C and lows of 9°C.

On Sunday, they predict it will be sunny changing to overcast by lunchtime with highs of 17°C and lows of 9°C.

Take That Ashton Gate road closures

- Ashton Road will be closed from 3pm to 2am on the concert day.

- Winterstoke Road will be closed from 9pm to midnight on the concert day.

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- Barons Close and Wedlock Way will be closed from 9pm to midnight.

How to get tickets for Take That concert in Ashton Gate?

There are still tickets available for both days. Remaining tickets start at £82.50 for Saturday and £57.50 for Sunday.

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