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Westlife are heading for P&J Live to play all their greatest hits

Westlife are returning to to Aberdeen to play P&J Live.

Pop superstars Westlife are returning to Aberdeen for the first time in 13 years with a gig at P&J Live.

The Irish music icons will perform their greatest hits at the venue on November 17 next year as part of The Wild Dreams Tour, including a sold-out show at Wembley Stadium.

They are hitting the road again following their record-breaking 2019 reunion tour which saw Shane, Nicky, Mark and Kian play to over 600,000 fans across 27 countries.

Announcing their UK dates, the band said: “We are incredibly excited to announce news of The Wild Dreams Tour and to finally get back performing to all of our fans at the UK’s biggest arenas.”

Westlife playing the AECC live back in 2007 on one of their seven sold out shows at the venue.

“After the last 18 months, this tour means more to us than any that we’ve ever done before. It will be a massive celebration and will bring us closer to our fans than ever before. We’re planning some spectacular shows which will include all of our greatest hits and some special surprises.”

Westlife will play their greatest hits

Westlife also promised to belt out all of their greatest hits – Swear It Again, Flying Without Wings and World Of Our Own, as well as fresh pop anthems from their new album, Wild Dreams, due for release on November 26.

Louise Stewart, head of entertainment, exhibitions and marketing at P&J Live, said she was thrilled to announce the return of Westlife to Aberdeen. They last played here at the AECC in 2008.

Tour tickets go on sale on November 5.

“The band have always proved hugely popular in the past, having sold out seven shows at the AECC. From firm favourites to new classics, we can’t wait to welcome the boys back to the stage,” said Louise.

How to get tickets for Westlife at P&J Live

Shane, Nicky, Mark and Kian have established themselves as the world’s biggest band of the 21st century, having sold more than 55 million records worldwide and are the only band to have their first seven singles enter the UK chart at number one.

They have had 33 number one albums worldwide and as a live act they have sold five million concert tickets worldwide and counting.

Tickets for Westlife go on sale on Friday November 5 at

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