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Irish pop icons Westlife have announced brand new UK & Ireland tour dates for 2022, including a sold-out Wembley Stadium show.
The pop superstars have revealed a series of huge arena shows to mark their return to making new music and performing live for the first time since their record-breaking 2019 tour.
The tour also includes their already sold-out show at Wembley Stadium on 6th August 2022.
If you've missed out, never fear: the boys have revealed another London date later that year with a show at O2 Arena, alongside dates at Leeds' First Direct Arena, Utilita Arena in Newcastle, Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork, and capping off the tour at Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena.
Westlife's previous tour saw the four-piece play to over 600,000 fans across 27 countries, and with 'The Wild Dreams Tour' they hope to get closer to fans than ever before.
Talking about their upcoming shows, the band say: “We are incredibly excited to announce news of The Wild Dreams Tour and to finally get back performing to all of our fans at the UK’s biggest arenas.”
“After the last 18 months, this tour means more to us than any that we’ve ever done before."
It will be a massive celebration and will bring us closer to our fans than ever before. We’re planning some spectacular shows which will include all of our greatest hits and some special surprises.”
They intend to bring chart-toppers and greatest hits like 'Swear It Again', ‘Flying Without Wings’ and ‘World of our Own’ to their adoring fanbase, alongside brand new hits from their upcoming album.
You can hear their latest single 'Starlight' above, the first song to be released from their upcoming and highly-anticipated album.
Tickets for the spectacular 'The Wild Dreams Tour' go on sale on Friday 5 November 2021 at 9:30am at LiveNation.co.uk
Fans who pre-order Wild Dreams from the Dig! Store by Wednesday 3rd November at 12:00 GMT will gain early access to tickets. For more info, click here.
THE WILD DREAMS TOUR DATES:
08 July 2022 - Dublin, Aviva Stadium
23 July 2022 - Scarborough, Open Air Theatre
06 August 2022 - London, Wembley Stadium
12 August 2022 - Cork, Páirc Uí Chaoimh
13 August 2022 - Cork, Páirc Uí Chaoimh
17 November 2022 - Aberdeen, P&J Live
19 November 2022 - Glasgow, OVO Hydro
22 November 2022 - Leeds, First Direct Arena
24 November 2022 - Manchester, AO Arena
26 November 2022 - Newcastle, Utilita Arena
28 November 2022 - Sheffield, Utilita Arena
30 November 2022 - Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
03 December 2022 - Birmingham, Utilita Arena
07 December 2022 - London, The O2
09 December 2022 - Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
11 December 2022 - Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena