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One of the biggest boybands of all-time Westlife is heading to Macau this July

Westlife Twenty Tour

Seriously, it’s like the revival of the 90s. Following the announcement that The Backstreet Boys will be doing a show in Macau’s The Venetian in October, fellow 90s and rival boyband Westlife have just announced that they’re heading to our sister SAR (also at The Venetian) on July 27. 

The super Irish pop group, made up of Kian Egan, Nicky Byrne, Markus Feehily and Shane Filan, has sold over 55 million records worldwide and holds the Guinness World Record as the only band to achieve seven consecutive number one singles in the UK. Though they disbanded back in 2012, Westlife have gotten back together last year to much fan frenzy and released their first single (and instant chart-topper) in eight years, Hello My Love. And the good news doesn’t stop there – a full-length studio album is in the works too.

But if you can’t wait for their new tunes, worry not because the boyband will bring their The Twenty Tour to Macau celebrating their 20-year career of hits including Swear It Again, Flying Without Wings, You Raise Me Up and Unbreakable, on top of performing some of the newer tracks. 

Tickets are priced at $388-$1,488 and will go on sale on April 15 via Cotai Ticketing. Better snap them up quickly to avoid disappointment. 

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