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Take That live concert at Wembley, 2011 3
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The aging yet still sexy (according to 90,000 screaming women) Take That played eight (!) sold-out nights at Wembley Stadium as part of their huge tour in 2011. This was the final evening at Wembley, which I attended in order to shoot a gigapixel image of the event. You can see that gigapixel on the Wembley website, here: http://http://wembley360.wembleystadium.com/takethat/
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