Irish boy band, Westlife, is coming to South Africa to perform two concerts this December as part of its ‘The Wild Dreams‘ tour.
By: Thabo Baloyi
Some good news for Westlife fans: The iconic Irish boy group is coming to South Africa as part of its The Wild Dreams tour. Westlife became an instant success after they released their first single called Swear it again, which was a chart-topper in Ireland and The United Kingdom (UK) for two weeks in 1999.
Westlife has sold millions of albums worldwide and has a strong army of South African fans.
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WESTLIFE WILL BE PERFORMING IN MZANSI THIS NOVEMBER
Unfortunately, Westlife will only be performing in Cape Town and Pretoria this coming November as part of their stop in South Africa. Fans can catch the group at the Grand Arena in Cape Town on 1 November 2023. While in Pretoria, Westlife will be performing at the SunBet Arena on 3 November 2023.
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You can purchase your tickets on Ticketmaster – they go on sale on 12 May 2023. Ticket delivery will be delayed for the Westlife concert and tickets will be available in the Ticketmaster App or in browser 30 days prior to the event. You will only receive an order confirmation after your purchase.
The group currently consists of members Shane Filan, Mark Feehily, Nicky Byrne and Kian Egan. Westlife split in 2012, but later reunited in 2018.
Since their comeback in 2018, their previous singles “What About Now”, “Queen of My Heart”, “If I Let You Go”, and “My Love” reached the higher Gold certifications in the United Kingdom after ten, seventeen, eighteen, and twenty years of their releases respectively. “Flying Without Wings”, and “World of Our Own” were certified Platinum twenty years after its release.