Westlife announce comeback tour for 2019 and this is when tickets go on sale

Westlife have finally announced details of their comeback tour.

The Twenty Tour is set to take place next spring and will celebrate the Irish pop band’s long career which features 14 number one hit songs including the chart-topping ‘Flying Without Wings’.

The band – Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Shane Filan – recently confirmed they were reuniting without fifth bandmate, Brian McFadden, who has signed up to ITV show Dancing On Ice for 2019 .

The tour will run from May to June 2019 with live shows at London’s O2 Arena, the Echo Arena in Liverpool and the SSE Hydro in Glasgow.

Delighted fans will be able to buy tickets for the tour from www.axs.com and Ticketmaster.co.uk at 9am on October 25 – so set your alarm if you’re eager to see the quartet return to the stage and re-live your teenage years all over again.

Full Westlife 2019 tour dates

30 May 2019 – Manchester Arena – buy here
31 May 2019 – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena – buy here
3 June 2019 – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow – buy here
7 June 2019 – Fly DSA Arena, Sheffield – buy here
10 June 2019 – First Direct Arena, Leeds – buy here
13 June 2019 – The O2, London – buy here
18 June 2019 – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham – buy here
21 June 2019 – Birmingham Arena – buy here
25 June 2019 – Echo Arena, Liverpool – buy here

But there also may be some new material too, as the the boys have recorded new material with none other than Ed Sheeran. A source revealed to The Sun newspaper that "Having Ed involved is a huge coup. They think he will give them a contemporary edge for their reunion. They have already recorded the song and are delighted with the results. They’re just pulling together the final promo details including a video before they unveil it. It’s going to be huge."

Former manager Louis Walsh originally fuelled the speculation about the reunion when he revealed to the Irish Mirror last year that "a Westlife reunion is definitely going to happen – but I have no idea when.

"I think the reunion will be great, but its up to them to decide when they will do it."

The band split in 2011 after 14 years together, but not before announcing plans for a farewell tour in 2012. At the time sources blamed an “irreparable rift” after rumours swirled that the boyband members wanted to go in different directions.

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