Westlife add second Dublin gig following huge demand
Tickets are on sale now.
Everyone's favourite Irish boyband Westlife have added another Dublin date to their upcoming tour following a massive demand for tickets.
The group will perform in Dublin's Aviva Stadium on July 8 and 9 next year.
If you fancy nabbing a ticket, head to Ticketmaster right now where they're selling fast.
Westlife announced their highly anticipated comeback tour earlier this year, and it's safe to say fans are excited to see them perform live together.
As well as the Dublin dates, the band will be hitting up Cork's Pairc Ui Chaoimh on August 12 and 13.
For those based in the UK, Westlife will be playing London's Wembley Stadium in August, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Sheffield and Liverpool in November before hitting up Birmingham, London, Nottingham and Cardiff in December.
Until then, Westlife fans can get an idea of what to expect from the group by listening to their latest album Wild Dreams which comes out on 26 November.
Their first single from their 12th studio album, Starlight, was released earlier this month.
In a statement about their new music, the band said: "This album means more to us than anything we have done before and has been inspired by the challenges we’ve all overcome over the last 18 months.”
“The maze of emotions we all experienced during the pandemic drew us to song writing and has helped us create a really special album that we have everything we love in music – it’s got fresh feel-good up-tempo tracks like Starlight as well as powerful, heartfelt ballads such as Always With Me.”
They continued: "Wild Dreams captures the mood of the moment. The album also offers moments of reflection and is about new beginnings, hope and looking to the future. The music is so relevant to now. It is uplifting stuff and cannot wait for the fans to hear it."