Great news for all Polish fans as Westlife’s last ever show that will take place at Dublin’s Croke Park stadium on the 23rd of June will be screened in Poland too! :)
If you’re going to Croke Park on the 23rd of June for their last ever show as a band, this might interest you.
@Chloeeexo_ had a lovely idea to thank Westlife for all these years and give them a fantastic farewell. If you wanna take part click the link below and read the tweet that WestlifeCrew posted with all the details!
The crew at Brimingham’s LG Arena said farewell to Mark and his bandmates at their last ever gig in Birmingham as a band. Through their twitter account, they shared a lovely pictures with the lads during the farewell moment.
As the lads are wearing their tour outfit we will only add the link. Click to view the image :)
@TheLGArena: As tonight’s their last show, we presented Westlife with a thank you for 11 years of fantastic shows and memories pic.twitter.com/fEpGlH0T
Xposé’s Karen Koster went behind the scenes with Westlife before their gig at London’s O2 on 7th May. The full footage was aired yesterday on irish channel TV3, but thanks to nichenwl it’s now available on youtube for everyone :D
The videos contain tour spoilers as stage and outfits so we’re adding the links here but don’t click if you’re avoiding spoilers.
(Only Nicky but you can spot Mark at some points ;))
A COALISLAND woman’s dream was made a reality when a chance meeting between her dad and the brother-in-law of Westlife’s Nicky Byrne in a bar, led to her getting up close and personal with the boyband members at their farewell concert on Tuesday night.
Colleen Skeffington, who travelled to the concert at the Odyssey in Belfast with her sister, aunt and fiance, told the Tyrone Times she was “really chuffed” to be given the once in a lifetime opportunity to meet her pop idols.
“Daddy was talking to Nicky’s brother-in-law in a bar as his family is from the same direction as where Daddy lives”, Collen explains.
“Daddy said to him, ‘My girls are going to the concert in the Odyssey and have never missed one, and would there be any chance of arranging a meet and greet with the boys?’
“We rang the man on the day of the concert, Tuesday, and he said he would ring Nicky to see if the band were doing any meet and greets, but he said he didn’t think so. However, Nicky then told him he would arrange for us to get to meet the band, which was absolutely fantastic!”
Colleen and her family were among only approximately 10 people out of a concert audience of some 8,000 who were allowed to pose for photographs with their heroes, and she has kindly allowed the Times to publish the images from her dream night.
“We were really chuffed to be able to meet the boys in person”, Colleen continued, “although we were quite nervous on the day of the concert and on the drive up to Belfast.
“But when it came to actually meeting them, it was just like they were ordinary people. They were all lovely, really nice and friendly.
“My fiance, Matt, was taking photos and I just told him to keep snapping! The concert itself was amazing, the band put on a really good show, it was a big combination of all the years.
“They were on stage for about two hours, which is longer than normal, and at times it was very sad as it was one of their last. My sister, Caoimhe, shed a tear or two, but I managed to hold it together!”
Westlife announced last year that they will go their separate ways, after 14 years together, and will play their last ever concert at Croke Park in Dublin next month.
Their closing gig will be screened at cinemas across the globe in countries including South Africa, Finland and the Netherlands.
The boys, who were originally signed by Simon Cowell and managed by Louis Walsh, have topped the UK charts 14 times.
Karen, from irish TV3’s Xposé, went behind the scenes with Westlife at last night’s gig at The O2 for the lads last ever concert there as a band. Don’t miss tonight’s Xposé from 6PM if you are in Ireland to see whole footage.
Meanwhile, check out a preview of what will be shown tonight. The video contains spoilers so we’re only adding a link to it ;) Don’t watch it if you’re avoiding spoilers!
If you are going to see tonight’s Westlife final gig at London’s The O2 don’t forget to go and find the film crew in Pen Square from 15:30 as they want the fans’ help to give the lads a farewell to remember :’)
The tweet the O2 posted yesterday:
Its Westlife’s final show here tomorrow & we want fans’ help saying farewell– be involved by finding the film crew in Pen Square from 15:30
— The O2 (@The_O2) junio 6, 2012
Get your hands on a pair of tickets for Westlife’s final show in Sheffield. We’ve got 4 pairs of tickets up for grabs.
The record-breaking boy band are currently undergoing their final ever tour, which will see them stop at Sheffield Arena on Tuesday 12th June.
If you want to see the boys, this is your last chance. Enter now for your chance to be there. To be in with a chance of winning simply answer the question here correctly. Winners will be drawn at random from all correct entries.
Entry closes on Friday June 8th at 12:00pm (UK Time)
Credit/Source: realradioyorkshire.co.uk / WestlifeCrew
Good times for the Westlife fans in Indonesia, even though it’s said to be apparently shown in July, your country has now been added to the list of cinemas that will be screening the Westlife last ever concert! Congratulations :D The tickets will be coming soon, keep your eyes on westlifecinema.com for the latest updates :D
For fans in UK and Ireland:
Cineworld Shrewsbury and Cineworld Chester have announced that the tickets are selling fast! So make sure you get your ticket before they are all gone.
Check out Cineworld Chester website for more details on their tickets.
Century Cinemas will be screening the concert too, if you are interested the tickets are availabloe now, contact Century Cinemas Box Office: 074 9121976 or visit http://www.centurycinemas.ie
For the rest of fans, remember that new cinemas are being added frequently! Keep visiting westlifecinema.com often for all the lastest updates on this LIVE cinema experience.