Westlife may have just wrapped up two massive Dublin shows at Croke Park as part of their world tour, but they're reportedly already working on something big for 2020.
The group are said to be planning an even bigger stadium tour of the UK and Ireland next year after the unbelievable response to their Twenty tour.
An insider told The Irish Sun, "The reaction to Westlife's comeback has been off the scale.
"We knew the guys were still popular but even industry people have been astonished at how many tickets they've sold on this tour. All this for a band coming back after seven years away."
Croke Park you blew our minds. Thank you to every single person who's come to this round of tour dates, watched in the cinema or kept up to date at home. We couldn't do this without you. 🙌 pic.twitter.com/yQJCELo54L
— Westlife (@westlifemusic) July 7, 2019
Another source added, "Westlife would be crazy to stop touring at this point. Not only are the tickets selling but the reviews for their comeback shows have been excellent."
80,000 people attended each night of their sold-out Croke Park shows, while their final Dublin show on Saturday night was screened live in cinemas across the UK and Ireland for anyone who missed out on tickets to their performances.
Mark, Shane, Nicky and Kian will also be embarking on a world tour throughout late July and August following their European dates, before finishing up with a final date at London’s Hyde Park in September.