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When do Gary Barlow tickets go on sale for Thetford Forest Live 2018 and how do I buy them?

PUBLISHED: 06:53 20 October 2017

Take That's Gary Barlow will perform at Thetford Forest on June 8, 2018. Picture: JAMIE LUCAS

Take That's Gary Barlow will perform at Thetford Forest on June 8, 2018. Picture: JAMIE LUCAS

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Find out here when tickets to see Take That’s Gary Barlow at Thetford Forest Live 2018 go on sale and the best way to buy them.

Tickets for the gig on Friday, June 8 2018 go on sale at 10am this morning (Friday, October 20).

This is the link you need to buy the tickets.

Tickets cost £47.50 plus £5.25 per ticket booking fee. No other charges applied.

If the above link does not work, try this one, which goes back to the main site.

An event spokesman said: “Gary Barlow is a British singer-songwriter who found fame with Take That. He has written a massive 14 number one hit singles and his last solo record ‘Since I Saw You’ sold more than 600,000 copies.

So don’t miss your chance to see him at one of our spectacular forest settings.

In a statement issued earlier this year, Gary said: “I’m really looking forward to these gigs. I’ve never played Forest Live before so I hope to see you there.”

Forest Live, managed by the Forestry Commission every year, raises money to help look after the nation’s forests sustainably.

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