Get ready to roll back the years, Take That are reuniting for a one-off performance – and it couldn't be easier to catch every song online. Follow our guide below as we explain how to watch the Take That concert live from anywhere in the world, including for free.
(Editor's note: when this article was first published on Friday, May 22 we misreported the date of this event. We sincerely apologize for the oversight and any confusion caused. The article has been updated with the correct information.)
While Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen have kept Take That alive as a trio in recent years, this gig is something special because founding member Robbie Williams will join the group for the first time since 2014.
The reason for the reunion is that the Take That concert is a charity benefit, with proceeds going towards music therapy non-profit Nordoff Robbins and Crew Nation – which is supporting venue and touring staff who depend on live shows for their income. Needless to say, it will be performed remotely given the current circumstances.
The performance is also noteworthy as it's the first event to be held under the Meerkat Music moniker – a spin-off of popular price comparison website Compare the Market.
But there's disappointment in store for many Take That Fans, as it looks like live streaming access will be restricted to UK YouTube viewers. Brits abroad have options, though – so read on as we tell you all the best ways to watch the Take That concert and live stream the reunion gig no matter wherever you are on earth.
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How to watch the Take That concert: live stream for FREE in the UK
How to watch the Take That concert live online from abroad
While anyone in the UK will find it easy to watch this week's Take That concert courtesy of the free YouTube stream, folks elsewhere in the world may struggle to tune in because of geo-blocking.
Anyone from the UK who's currently outside of the country could consider using a VPN. This nifty bit of software changes your IP address so that you can access all the content and services you already pay for back home – just from anywhere in the world.
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