Westlife tour 2019: Reunion concert dates, venues, tickets release – all the info you need
The boyband are reforming to mark their 20th anniversary, without founding member Brian McFadden – who quit in 2004.
The Twenty Tour begins in Belfast next May, and ends in Dublin on July 5.
The top-selling albums group of the 21st century, Westlife’s return was teased earlier this month – and now it’s official that they will play their first shows since 2012 next year.
Tickets are on sale on Thursday, October 25, at 9am – with pre-sale starting on Tuesday, October 23 at 9am.
The dates are as follows:
Saturday 25 May: Belfast SSE Arena
Sunday 26 May: Belfast SSE Arena
Thursady 30 May: Manchester Arena
Friday 31 May: Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Monday 3 June: Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Friday 7 June: Sheffield Fly DSA Arena
Monday 10 June: Leeds First Direct Arena
Thursday 13 June: London The O2
Tuesday 18 June: Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Friday 21 June: Birmingham Arena
Tuesday 25 June: Liverpool Echo Arena
Friday 5th July: Dublin Croke Park
The group – Kian Egan, Shane Filan, Mark Feehily and Nicky Byrne – have also inked a new deal with Virgin EMI in anticipation of new music, with Ed Sheeran allegedly writing their comeback single.
Fans who pre-order a copy of their new album from their official store before midday on Monday, October 22, will gain access to the pre-sale.
Meanwhile, McFadden is gearing up to compete on Dancing On Ice in January.
He told Express.co.uk last year that he did not expect to be included in any reunion plans.
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