Take That have been speaking to RTÉ News about their just-announced Dublin show in Croke Park next summer.
After promising a "special announcement" on Tuesday, Take That confirmed that their 'Progress Live Tour' would include a date at Croke Park on 18 June 2011, with tickets on sale on Friday.
Asked for details of the Dublin show by RTÉ News London Editor Brian O'Connell, Take That's Gary Barlow revealed: "We're going to try and do something for everyone.
"Our message for people who want to come is it's going to be a big stage spectacular. It's going to be a big production show again. We often try to bring theatre to stadiums and that's what we're going to try to do again.
"Hopefully there's something for everyone. If people are coming just to see Rob [Williams] he's going to be doing some stuff on his own. If they're coming to see the four of us we'll be doing stuff on our own and there'll obviously be a section with the five of us."
Of the Dublin show, Robbie Williams said: "Dublin has got to be the loudest, most energetic, most vibey crowd in the world."
When asked about reuniting with Take That, he replied: "It feels absolutely amazing. There's a safety in numbers. We've put together an album that we're really, really proud about, and we're having a giggle."
According to the announcement made on the group's official website, the 20-date 'Progress Live Tour' will also include concerts in the UK, Germany, Italy, Denmark and Holland.
A statement said: "'Progress Live 2011' will be a feast for the imagination, charting the evolution and progress of Take That and Robbie Williams through their extraordinary 20-year history.
"The spectacular live shows will celebrate Take That's biggest hits from the last two decades and, will also see Robbie take to the stage to perform songs from his incredible chart-topping solo career."
Take That's new album, 'Progress', is released next month.