Westlife is set to perform a “once in a lifetime” show in London followed by another in one of Ireland’s largest cities. Fans are excitedly preparing for their new album, marking 20 years in showbiz. Here is how you can get tickets to Westlife’s upcoming gigs, set to come to London and Cork in 2020
How do I get tickets for Westlife’s Wembley Stadium gig?
The Wembley Stadium show, which will be their “biggest ever in the UK,” takes place on Saturday, August 22, 2020.
Following this, they will perform at the Rebels’ GAA Stadium for the first time ever on Friday, August 28, 2020.
Tickets for the two gigs go on general sale on Friday, September 20, from 9am.
There is also pre-sale tickets for both gigs, which close at 4pm on Tuesday, September 17.
Fans must pre-order the band’s new album, Spectrum, to receive a unique passcode for early access tickets to the gigs.
The pre-sale then starts on Wednesday, September 18 at 9am.
Irish fans can also sign up for a separate pre-sale lottery on the mcd.ie website, which also begins on Wednesday, September 18.
To do this, fans must register before 8am on September 18, and will receive an email before 8.45am on the same day to show details on how to access the pre-sale, before it opens at 9am.
Finally, those that are Live Nation subscribers will also get access to pre-sale tickets, which go live from September 19 from 9am.
Who else is performing at Wembley Stadium with Westlife?
Westlife is being supported by singer James Morrison and girl group All Saints, who recently got back together after a hiatus.
The band has just finished its long arena tour, called Twenty, which marked 20 years since they started out in the music industry.
The Twenty tour was hugely successful, as they played sold out shows in 13 different countries, including their final gig in Hyde Park.
At present, there are no other gigs listed for the band, but they will be releasing a brand new album.
When is Westlife’s new album released?
Westlife’s new album, Spectrum, is released on November 15, 2019.
The album is the band’s first studio album since 2010 record Gravity, and was recorded in LA, London and Dublin.
They have described the record as “everything that we love in music, heartfelt emotional songs and also great up-tempos that are designed for our stadium performances,” and features collaborations from James Bay and Ed Sheeran.
Spectrum is out on November 15