Take That Wonderland Live tour 2017: Norfolk fans left unimpressed with steep Carrow Road ticket prices

Take That are coming to Norwich as part of their 2017 tour. Photo: supplied by DawBell PR.

Take That are coming to Norwich as part of their 2017 tour. Photo: supplied by DawBell PR. - Credit: supplied by DawBell PR

Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald announced last night that they will be coming to Carrow Road in 2017 for the final date of their hotly-anticipated Wonderland Tour.

Take That are coming to Norwich in 2017 (Picture: Take That/ YouTube)

Take That are coming to Norwich in 2017 (Picture: Take That/ YouTube) - Credit: Archant

And while fans of the Rule The World hitmakers are delighted the three-piece have added Norwich to their 22-date UK tour, some are a little bit peeved with the expensive ticket prices.

Admission for a seated ticket will set you back between £55 and £95, while fans will be expected to pay £59 for a pitch standing one.

Taking to Facebook to express their disappointment at the hefty price tag, one fan wrote: 'Expensive considering its only 3 fifths of the original line up...'

Another added: 'Have you seen the prices omg.'

Tickets go on sale on Friday 28 October (Picture: Take That/YouTube)

Tickets go on sale on Friday 28 October (Picture: Take That/YouTube) - Credit: Archant


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'Put off by the prices 2bh, way too much!!!' said another.

Elsewhere, others jumped at the opportunity to knock Norwich City on Twitter following their disappointing performance against Preston North End yesterday afternoon.

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'That's great. If you could use some of the money to buy a half decent defence, that'll be grand,' said one football fan.

'It's about time someone came and performed at Carrow Road as the team certainly don't,' added another.

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'At least someone is performing at Carrow Rd!!' said another.

Tickets go on sale at 9.30am on Friday 28 October. All Saints are supporting.

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