Westlife - Westlife To Broadcast Farewell Gig In Theatres

Westlife want to include all their fans in their final concert - they're broadcasting the farewell gig live in cinemas across Europe.
The pop stars will go their separate ways after wrapping up their Greatest Hits tour at Dublin's Croke Park in their native Ireland on 23 June (12).
The group has announced plans to screen its last performance live in European movie theatres via satellite so thousands of loyal devotees can watch the swansong.
A statement from Westlife reads, "It's bound to be an emotional night and the fact the show will be beamed to our fans will only add to the excitement... It's going to be an amazing night, an unmissable show, so make sure you join us!"


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