- 09 Apr 19
Irish boy band Westlife’s second Croke Park date will be screened in real time in cinemas around Ireland and the UK on 6 July.
Tickets go on sale on Friday, 12 April. Find out if your cinema will show the broadcast along with ticket prices at westlifeincinemas.com.
The 6 July show will close out the Ireland and UK leg of Westlife’s thirteenth headlining tour, The Twenty Tour, which begins at Belfast’s SSE Arena on 22 May. After a seven-year hiatus beginning with the group’s final Greatest Hits/Farewell Tour date in 2012 (also at Croke Park), the initial Croke Park date of the Twenty Tour sold out in just a few minutes and was quickly followed up by an added show. This final Ireland date will be followed by a tour throughout Asia in late July and early August.
Originally formed in 1998, Westlife have sold upwards of 40 million studio albums and have achieved 14 No. 1 singles. They have been honoured with numerous awards, including four Guinness World Records. The group has ten albums to their name and are set to release an eleventh sometime this year following the release of two new singles, ‘Hello My Love’ and ‘Better Man.’
Don’t miss your chance to see this sold-out finale unfold on 6 July. In the meantime, watch the video for ‘Better Man’ below.