Everything You Need To Know If You're Heading To Westlife Including Stage Times
Westlife will play two sold out shows at Dublin's Croke Park this weekend.
The four-piece group are coming to the end of their current reunion tour and will perform in front of 160,000 over Friday and Saturday night.
Ahead of the two concerts patrons are advised not to bring any large handbags or backpacks as bags larger than A4 will not be permitted into the grounds. Dress appropriately for the weather as the concerts will be going ahead in rain, hail or shine, however you are not permitted to bring umbrellas with you.
Other items not allowed into Croke Park are glass, cans, garden furniture, selfie sticks, flares, iPads and cameras with a detachable lens.
Audiences are encouraged to walk or take public transport to Croke Park. Check the colour route you are to take on your ticket as you approach the stadium so you know where your designated entrance is located.
Stage times vary across the two evenings.
Friday 5th July
- Gates: 5pm
- Wild Youth: 6pm
- James Arthur: 7:05pm
- Westlife: 8:30pm
Saturday 6th July
- Gates: 5pm
- Wild Youth: 5:45pm
- James Arthur: 6:50pm
- Westlife: 8:15pm
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