Take That gig: How to watch Robbie Williams and Take That reunite for live streaming

Take That gig: How to watch Robbie Williams and Take That reunite for live streaming

Take That and Robbie Williams are coming back together for a live performance from their homes. The special concert will be live streamed and, needless to say, Take That fans will be desperate to watch it. But many will be wondering how they can enjoy it, and whether Jason Orange will also be in the line up.

How to watch Take That and Robbie Williams Meerkat Music performance

Take That and Robbie Williams’ performance will be taking place in their respective homes on May 29, from 8pm.

The gig is the first brought to fans by Compare the Market, and is called the Meerkat Music event.

The performance will be available to watch live on the Compare the Meerkat Facebook and YouTube channel.


The concert is a fundraiser for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins, and will also be seeking to raise funds for Crew Nation, a charity which supports concert crew workers via a relief fund.

Speaking about the gig in a joint statement, the lads said: “This is a world first for us. Reuniting with our old friend online for a one-off performance!

“It’s always great getting back together with Robbie and we are really excited to be part of this unique show that everyone can enjoy from home.

“We are also delighted to be supporting Nordoff Robbins and Crew Nation around this show, two charities very close to our hearts.”

Will Jason Orange be performing in the gig?

It looks as if the gig will just be the current Take That line-up, including Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, along with their former bandmate Robbie Williams.

As a result, it is thought Orange – who as rarely been seen since he left the band in 2014 – will not be performing.

Orange was back in the news last year when Williams’ posted a comment suggesting the band could not locate Orange and were considering getting a private detective to track him down.

Williams wrote: “You know you can have that Find My Phone thing?

“The whole of Take That should have a ‘locate Jason Orange thing’ because none of us know where he’s gone.

“I should hire a private detective — he finds out where Jason Orange is, we inject him with a beeping thing, a chip, then we know where Jason is at all times.”

The singer was subsequently tracked down by journalists.

Take That and Robbie Williams will perform for Meerkat Music on May 29 from 8pm, and can be watched via Facebook and YouTube

Published at Tue, 19 May 2020 08:51:00 +0000