Take That were only the second concert to be held on the pitch since it opened in 2007, with Rod Stewart and Rammstein also holding sold-out concerts at the football stadium in June and July.
And given their successes, Dons chairman Winkelman says Milton Keynes is now on the map amongst concert promoters, and plans are already afoot to bring more acts to town next summer.
He said: "We're now on the map, we're already talking about multiple concerts next year, and we've got the Women's European Championships after that. We're on fire, and I'm so excited with how we're keeping big events here, and holding more.
"I loved the concerts – I'm annoyed we've not done more of them. We did them as needs must, and I had to go back to work and see my old buddies! We got some great support from the promoters but they all had a great time here.
"The Rammstein one put us on the map I think, but it was really late. We understood it would leave our pitch in a bad way, but the budget and business plan was the greater scheme, so we experimented.
"Everyone knew we were going the extra mile to make everyone smile. There is so much can-do in Milton Keynes to get the big events here. I'm already looking forward for more here next summer."