The Irish pop stars Westlife tour to Inverness Caledonian Stadium on the back of new album release later this month
WESTLIFE will play Invernesss Caledonian Stadium on Sunday, June 28 as part of their 2020 Stadiums In The Summer tour.
The news dropped this morning that the Irish pop group will play the date as part of their biggest UK outdoor tour to date.
Their new album Spectrum is being released later this month on November 15.
At the Inverness date the stars will perform all of their greatest hits including Swear It Again, Flying Without Wings and You Raise Me Up as well as new songs from their forthcoming new album.
The tour, which covers some of the biggest outdoor venues in the UK, will close with Westlife’s first-ever Wembley Stadium show on Saturday, August 22.
Tickets go on sale at 9am Friday, November 8 from www.gigsinscotland.com.
Pre-sale tickets will go on sale at 9am Tuesday, November 5 and can be accessed by pre-ordering Spectrum HERE (https://westlife.lnk.to/Spectrum)
The Stadiums In The Summer announcement follows the huge success of Westlife’s comeback.
The Inverness date and a Falkirk one the day before, are presented by DF Concerts & Events and follow the success of this summer’s Twenty Tour - Westlife’s fastest-selling tour of all time.
“The reaction to our comeback tour was beyond anything any of us ever imagined so we’re going to do it all over again, but this time in some of the largest outdoor venues in the UK,” say the band. “The shows are going to be incredible and will include all our greatest hits. We can’t wait to perform in Scotland!”
Westlife played Cawdor Castle back in 2010.
Westlife have sold more than 55 million records worldwide and are the only band to have their first seven singles enter the UK chart at Number One.
They also have the most singles of any artist to debut at Number One in the UK.
Overall the band have had an incredible 14 Number One singles, behind only Elvis Presley and The Beatles. They have had 33 Number One albums worldwide and as a live act have sold five million concert tickets worldwide.