Exclusive photos by TeesPix.Photos offer a sneak peek into the elaborate stage preparations underway at Middlesbrough’s Riverside Stadium for Take That’s highly anticipated “This Life” tour. The Middlesbrough football ground is undergoing a dramatic transformation, promising an unforgettable concert experience for fans.

The multi-level stage, dominates one end of the pitch. It features an array of platforms, ramps, and catwalks designed to provide dynamic performance spaces for the band. State-of-the-art lighting rigs and a cutting-edge sound system are being meticulously installed, ensuring a visually and sonically immersive experience.

Giant video screens flank the stage, set to display captivating visuals and close-up shots of the band members throughout the show. A complex network of rigging and technical equipment hints at the pyrotechnics and special effects that will add a touch of magic to the performance.

Take That, known for their elaborate stage productions, have spared no expense in creating a spectacle that will leave audiences in awe. The “This Life” tour promises to be a celebration of their iconic career, featuring a mix of classic hits and new material.

While the stadium seating remains empty for now, it’s clear that a monumental effort is underway to create a concert venue worthy of a band with a global following, as fans prepare for Take That’s electrifying performance in this unique setting on Friday evening.

The concert will take place on Friday, May 24th, 2024. Gates open at 5 pm, with Olly Murs kicking off the night at 7:30 pm, followed by Take That at 8:35 pm. While tickets are sold out, fans can check resale platforms for last-minute availability.

Concert-goers are encouraged to use public transportation or to plan their journeys in advance, as parking will be limited. Enhanced security measures will be in place, and bag searches will be conducted upon entry.