11:08 08 December 2010
Take That have announced that they are adding four new dates to their reunion tour, after tickets sold out in record time.
Tickets for the band's Progress tour sold out in a record two days, leaving thousands of fans disappointed.
The group have now revealed that they will play two more concerts at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland and two more dates in both Manchester and London.
The extra London show will be played on 4 July, meaning that the date of the 3 July concert has had to be rearranged.
Tickets bought for the 3 July concert will now be valid for its new date of 30 June, with those who cannot attend offered a full refund.
The band have spoken out about the confusion this may cause, saying in a statement:
"We are really sorry to have to move the dates in London but we'd heard there was a lot of disappointment from those not being able to get tickets.
"This was the only way that we could fit in another show.
"We hope everyone understands and look forward to seeing you all next year."
This will be the first time in 16 years that the group have gone on tour with all five members.
Tickets for the four new dates will go on sale on 10 December at 10am.
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