Westlife reportedly planning an even bigger UK and Ireland tour for next year
Didn't get tickets for tonight?
Doesn't really matter does it, because Westlife are apparently planning another massive UK and Ireland tour for next year.
Because of course they are. They've sold about half a million tickets for this year's one already.
Why wouldn't they?
The Sun reports that off the back of this tour's insane success, the lads are planning yet another one for 2020 - and this time, they plan on playing even bigger stadiums across the UK.
"The reaction to Westlife's comeback has been off the scale," a source told the publication.
"We knew the guys were still popular but even industry people have been astonished at how many tickets they've sold on this tour. All this for a band coming back after seven years away."
Westlife announced their comeback single, album, and subsequent tour last year.
The news was met with much excitement from fans who had been desperately hoping that Nicky, Kian, Shane, and Mark would eventually get back together and release some new bangers.
And thankfully, they did just that.
"Westlife would be crazy to stop touring at this point," said the source.
"Not only are the tickets selling but the reviews for their comeback shows have been excellent."
The lads take to Croke Park tonight and tomorrow, bringing their Twenty Tour to 150,000 ticket holders.
The stage times for tonight's show, with special guests James Arthur and Wild Youth, can be found here.
Gonna be a good one, in fairness.