Westlife announces North American “The Hits Tour” for 2024

Irish boyband sensation Westlife is set to make its inaugural North American tour debut in 2024. 

The tour, named “Westlife: The Hits Tour,” will coincide with St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, showcasing the band’s extensive repertoire of hits. The journey kicks off on March 13 in Toronto’s Meridan Hall and includes performances at Boston’s MGM Music Hall at Fenway on March 14, New York’s Radio City Music Hall on March 16, and the Chicago Theatre on March 18. 

The group expressed their excitement on social media, promising an epic experience for their North American fans. 

Prior to the tour, the band will make their U.S. TV debut on August 21 with an appearance on Good Morning America. With a remarkable track record of achievements, Westlife continues to captivate audiences worldwide.

According to a statement, the brief run will feature the band’s many hits, including “Swear It Again,” “Flying Without Wings,” “World Of Our Own,” “My Love,” “If I Let You Go,” and “Hello My Love.”

Formed in 1998, Westlife made an immediate, and sizeable, impact in the British Isles.

Westlife hold the record for most consecutive No. 1s in the UK (seven) and most singles to debut at the summit.

The foursome of Shane Filan, Mark Feehily, Kian Egan, and Nicky Byrne (past member Brian McFadden is no longer with the band) reunited for the 2019 album release Spectrum, which again ruled the Official UK. Albums Chart. Their career trophy collection includes two Brit Awards, four MTV Awards and a venue record at Croke Park Stadium in Dublin, which they sold-out five times.


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