Westlife set to perform in Dubai this August

Prices, ticket information and details on the Irish popstars’ 20th anniversary tour

Westlife set to perform in Dubai this August

Back in the 2000s they were the biggest band in the world, and now following in the footsteps of boy bands of yesteryear (like Boyzone, Busted and Take That), Westlife have reformed to tour for one last time.

And the good news is that they’re coming to Dubai.

And the even better news is that they’re going to be playing at the brand-new Coca-Cola Arena in City Walk – which is going to be playing host to comedian Russell Peters and pop-rockers Maroon 5 in June.

Shane, Kian, Nicky and Markus are going to be in Dubai on Thursday August 29 as part of their 20th anniversary tour – without Brian McFadden, sadly, but he’s been busy taking his nine-piece swing band around the world.

The Irish lads will surely be filling up the Coca-Cola Arena’s 17,000-capacity and, importantly, indoor arena – so don’t worry about the summer heat getting in the way. That’s arguably one of the biggest effects the new arena will have on Dubai’s entertainment scene – it’ll allow the city to host massive gigs during the summer months, something that’s not been done before.

Tickets will be on sale on Tuesday April 30 at 11am – costing just Dhs250 for early bird tickets.

Set to smash their way through a set of their greatest hits like World of Our Own, Flying Without Wings and Uptown Girl, the band will also be playing new tunes like Better Man and Hello My Love, both of which were written by none other than Ed Sheeran.

So get ready for a night of reminiscent hits and powerful key changes.

To get your tickets, head to www.ticketmaster.ae.
Dhs250. Thu Aug 29. Coca-Cola Arena, City Walk, www.ticketmaster.ae.

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