Here are the stage times for Westlife's Croke Park gig on Saturday
And yes, they're different than the Friday ones.
In case you didn't know, Westlife are playing Croke Park this weekend.
Yes, that's right: the recently-reunited band will take to the stage at the Home of GAA on Friday and Saturday, for the final dates of the UK and Irish leg of their The Twenty Tour.
They will then play a number of gigs in Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan and Malaysia.
If you're going to be heading along this Saturday, concert promoters have now confirmed that there will be a sliiiiight change to the stage times compared to the night before.
The gates are due to open at 5pm, with concert-goers advised to be there "in sufficient time" due to increased security measures.
The first opening act of the evening, Wild Youth, are expected to take to the stage around 5.45pm.
They will be followed by James Arthur at 6.50pm, before Westlife at 8.15pm.
If you're heading along to either of Westlife's two gigs this weekend, we've got all the rest of the information you need right here.
The setlist most likely to be played both nights has been revealed. Including covers and encores, there are 19 tracks on the setlist - and it sounds like fans are in for a treat.
And whether you're planning on driving or taking public transport to Croke Park, here's everything you need to know about getting to the gigs on Friday or Saturday.
Concert promoters have also released a list of all the safety and age restrictions - you can find more on that here.
If you're heading along to the show on Friday or Saturday, here are all the stage times for Westlife's Friday night gig.
And if you didn't get a ticket to Westlife but still want a chance to see their gig, click here.