Candlelit Take That – Impossible Bar

Candlelit Take That – Impossible Bar

Ignite Concerts York

Available to 19 April 2024

Book now from £28.00

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Book tickets now for one of the best music events in York!

Looking for something fun to do in York this April? Perhaps you want to go out and listen to music, but you don't want to be stood on your feet all night? Ignite Concerts have the perfect solution for you. 

Ignite Concerts bring you a multitude of special things to do in York

Ignite Concerts have been planning the perfect event for Take That fans! If you've been gasping over Gary Barlow, running riot over Robbie Williams, or just missing Mark Owen, then you're definitely going to want to visit York's candlelight concerts.

Paying homage to one of the UK's most iconic boy bands, curator Alistair Griffin invites you to an evening of:

  • A candlelit music event hosted at York's magnificent Impossible Bar
  • Delicious sharing boards for you to dine on whilst enjoying TT classics
  • A night of being serenaded with timeless hits such as Back For Good, Patience and Rule The World
  • Every ticket includes a Take That-themed cocktail!

Find your York candlelight concert tickets below

Whether you're a Take That fanatic or a boy band enthusiast, the Impossible Bar in York welcomes you with open arms.

So if you want to have the greatest day of your life, book tickets to Ignite Concerts' Candlelit Take That night now!

Please note: This event is held at The Impossible Bar in York.

Check out the Ignite Concerts events below!

Saint Helen's Square,
North Yorkshire YO1 8QN

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Address: 5 Saint Helens Square, York, YO1 8QN

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The Impossible Bar in York hosts a wide range of facilities:

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Toilets

The Take That candlelight concert is located at the Impossible Bar in York. 

Yes! Ignite Concerts play anything and everything, from classics to contemporary - there's even entire concerts dedicated to one artist!

Yes, to an extent.

There is a level access through their side-door, and a ramp that can take wheelchair users into the main bar area. 

Unfortunately, other areas are inaccessible. 

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