Westlife coming back to PH for ‘The Wild Dreams Tour’
Westlife will be delighting their Filipino fans again as the Irish boy band is coming back to the country in 2023 for their “The Wild Dreams Tour.”
Wilbros Live, the promoter of the concert, announced the tour date via its Instagram and Twitter pages today, May 24.
“WESTLIFE is coming back and bringing ‘The Wild Dreams Tour’ to MANILA! Feb. 20, 2023 at the Araneta Coliseum,” it said.
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WESTLIFE is coming back and bringing The Wild Dreams Tour to MANILA! Feb 20, 2023 at the Araneta Coliseum. Tickets on-sale June 4 at 10AM via https://t.co/QGwxIvLNCw and all TicketNet outlets #WESTLIFEManila2023 pic.twitter.com/ANpsUxSXq5
— Wilbros Live (@WilbrosLive) May 24, 2022
Aside from the Philippines, Westlife, whose members include Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Shane Filan, will also be performing in Indonesia, as per its Twitter page, also today.
“To all our fans in the Philippines and Indonesia we are thrilled to announce that we will be playing shows in Manila and Jakarta early next year!” they stated. “We hope to see you all there dancing along with us.”
🇵🇭🇮🇩 To all our fans in the Philippines and Indonesia we are thrilled to announce that we will be playing shows in Manila and Jakarta early next year! Tickets for Manila go on sale on 4/6 and this Saturday 28/5. We hope to see you all there dancing along with us ✨💛 pic.twitter.com/1Gzz5W0YWQ
— Westlife (@westlifemusic) May 24, 2022
Westlife last came to the Philippines in 2019 when they had their “The Twenty Tour” which marked their 20th anniversary.
The pop boy band was formed in 1998 and disbanded in 2012. They reunited in October 2018, stating that they decided to make the comeback after missing one another and performing onstage in front of fans. Some of their hits include “If I Let You Go,” “Swear It Again” and “Flying Without Wings.” /ra
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