Take That have announced they will be performing a second night in Southampton after tickets sold out.

The tour will see the trio - Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald - play at St Mary’s Stadium on June 1 and 2 next year as they travel across the country.

They will also be joined by special guest Olly Murs during This Life On Tour.

After last week's announcement, tickets went on sale this morning at 9.30am, however, fans who pre-ordered the new album, This Life, from the website were able to access pre-sale tickets on Wednesday morning.

Tickets for the first night have now sold out.

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It comes after the band’s logo was spotted shining onto the side of St Mary's Stadium last week.

The illumination led to hope among the band's fans that Southampton could feature in a tour line-up.

They last toured with Greatest Hits Live in 2019 - although Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald played Hyde Park in July this year.

It comes after Saints chief executive Phil Parsons hinted towards more exciting plans for St Mary’s Stadium.

Speaking exclusively to the Echo, he said the club is looking to drive more revenue and hinted at using the stadium to host more events.

He said: “The second focus is that we have a stadium, it’s ours and we own it, that we need to drive more revenue from. The (Take That) concert being announced is one of that.

“We will also be looking at how we operate our hospitality at the stadium, it’s a quick win and we can do a lot more with it.”

Here is the full schedule for Take That's This Life On Tour:

Saturday 13 April                  Sheffield Utilita Arena
Sunday 14 April                    Sheffield Utilita Arena
Friday 19 April                      Leeds First Direct Arena
Saturday 20 April                  Leeds First Direct Arena
Monday 22 April                   Dublin 3Arena
Tuesday 23 April                   Dublin 3Arena
Thursday 25 April                 London The O2
Friday 26 April                      London The O2
Saturday 27 April                  London The O2
Tuesday 30 April                   London The O2
Friday 03 May                       Glasgow OVO Hydro
Saturday 04 May                  Glasgow OVO Hydro
Sunday 05 May                     Glasgow OVO Hydro
Tuesday 07 May                   Manchester Co-op Live
Wednesday 08 May             Manchester Co-op Live
Friday 10 May                       Manchester Co-op Live
Saturday 11 May                  Manchester Co-op Live
Tuesday 14 May                   Birmingham Utilita Arena
Wednesday 15 May             Birmingham Utilita Arena
Friday 17 May                       Birmingham Utilita Arena
Saturday 18 May                  Birmingham Utilita Arena
Friday 24 May                       Middlesbrough Riverside Stadium
Sunday 26 May                     Nottingham The City Ground Stadium
Tuesday 28 May                   Norwich Carrow Road Stadium
Thursday 30 May                  Milton Keynes Stadium MK
Saturday 01 June                  Southampton St Mary’s Stadium
Tuesday 04 June                   Plymouth Home Park Stadium
Thursday 06 June                  Swansea Swansea.com Stadium
Saturday 08 June                  Bristol Ashton Gate Stadium