Seven years after they called time on their reign over the pop charts, Westlife are back.

After various solo projects, reality TV shows and time away from music, the four-piece return to the fray on their 'Twenty Tour'.

It hits Dublin's Croke Park this Friday and Saturday night, and below you'll find all the important info you need to know.


Friday, July 5th
Gates: 5pm
Wild Youth: 6pm
James Arthur: 7.05pm
Westlife: 8.30pm

Saturday, July 6th
: 5pm
Wild Youth: 5.45pm
James Arthur: 6.50pm
Westlife: 8.15pm



According to Accuweather, Friday evening should be 'partly to mostly cloudy', while Saturday evening will be 'partly cloudy', with a high of 16c.


Backpacks or large handbags bigger than A4 size will not be permitted. Everyone will be subject to a search. There is no cloakroom available, and Gardai have warned that any bags left at entrances or nearby areas will be removed and disposed of. Allow extra time for security checks, as everyone will be searched.


Glass or cans, umbrellas, alcohol, garden furniture, selfie sticks, flares will not be permitted. Professional cameras or cameras with a detachable lens, video cameras & audio recording devices, iPads or GoPros will not be permitted.


Promoters encourage all fans to walk, bike, or use public transportation to the show, But if you must drive, please carpool. Allow at least an extra 2 hours travel time to & from the venue. As traffic and parking delays are inevitable you are strongly advised to use public transport. (Bus, DART or Luas). The nearest train station to Croke Park is Drumcondra. The nearest DART/Luas station is Connolly (15-20 minute walk).


Croke park is bordered by Clonliffe Road, Ballybough Road  and North Circular Road.

Hogan stand via Jones road and Russell street – Blue route

Cusack stand via St James avenue and Foster terrace – Red route

Davin stand via St Margaret’s terrace – Yellow route 

Pitch A via Josephs avenue – Green route

Pitch B, Pitch C & Gold Circle Via St James avenue and Foster Terrace - Red route


Under 14s are NOT allowed on the pitch, either accompanied or unaccompanied.

All Under 16s attending the concert MUST be accompanied at all times by a parent or guardian.

Guardians must remain with under 16s and take full responsibility for them throughout the event.


Available from official ticket outlet at Gill's Corner - on the corner of Russell Street and North Circular Road.


Please contact the promoter in advance of the concert: [email protected] with any accessible requests or queries. Please note there is limited accessible parking available in Clonliffe Carpark accessed off Drumcondra Road. Please email [email protected] for further information regarding registering for an accessible parking pass.



Judging by their recent gig in Liverpool, it'll look like this...

Hello My Love
Swear It Again
What About Now
My Love
When You're Looking Like That
Uptown Girl (Billy Joel cover)
Mandy (Scott English cover)
If I Let You Go
Home (Michael Bublé cover)
Better Ma
Another One Bites the Dust / Radio Gaga / I Want to Break Free / Somebody to Love / Don't Stop Me Now / We Will Rock You / We Are the Champions (Queen cover)
I Have a Dream (ABBA cover)
Queen of My Heart
Fool Again
What Makes a Man
You Raise Me Up (Secret Garden cover)

Flying Without Wings
World of Our Own