Here are all the stage times for Westlife's Croke Park gigs
Planning on heading along this weekend?
Westlife are set to bring their The Twenty Tour to a close this weekend with back-to-back shows at Croke Park.
The recently-reunited band will take to the stage at the Home of GAA on July 5 and July 6, for the final dates of the UK and Irish leg of their comeback tour.
They will then play a number of gigs in Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan and Malaysia.
And if you're planning on heading along this weekend, we've got all the information on what you need to know - from what the setlist is (likely) to look like to the stage times.
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 6pm.
They will be followed by James Arthur at 7.05pm, before Westlife at 8.30pm.
Concert promoters have advised anyone heading to the show that there will be no overnight or early queuing allowed before the gates open.
Meanwhile, the concert goers who are heading along to the show on July 6 have been asked to make sure they are seated by 8pm.
This is due to the performance being broadcast live across cinemas in the UK and Ireland.
If you're looking for more information on what to expect at the gigs, here's what the setlist for Westlife's gigs at Croke Park is looking like.
And here's a list of age and safety restrictions - including what you can and can't bring into the venue.
If you're planning on taking public transport to the venue, here's everything you need to know about getting to Croke Park.