Over 150,000 fans will head to Aviva Stadium this weekend to see Ireland’s biggest boy band Westlife on stage.
Three years after the band’s last tour, fans are excited to see them for the first time after the pandemic on Friday and Saturday, July 8th and 9th.
Here’s everything you need to know before a concert.
How do I get to Aviva Stadium?
Due to the lack of parking on site, promoters encourage gig participants to use public transport.
Located in Ballsbridge, the easiest way to get to Aviva Stadium is the dirt.
The nearest stop is Lansdowne, a short walk from the stadium.
There are also several bus routes that stop near the stadium, with numbers 4 and 7.
It’s also not far from the city center, so for those who want to walk, it’s about a 25-minute walk from St Stephen’s Green.
What time does it start?
The gate opens at 6 pm on both days.
Who is the support act?
The first support act of the night is Dublin pop star Soulé, followed by the naughty girl band Sugababes.
What is the stage time?
7:30 pm-Sugar Babes
What is a bag policy?
The bag must be A4 or smaller and will be searched. If you do not need to check the bag, we will respond as soon as possible.
Is it sold out?
As of this writing (Thursday), neither date is sold out and tickets can still be purchased from Ticketmaster.
Tickets start at € 69.50 and continue to € 109.50 with additional fees.
What will the weather be like?
MetÉireann predicts a great weekend when temperatures can reach 24 degrees Celsius.
Friday afternoons are often sunny, with maximum temperatures of 16 to 22 degrees Celsius.
Saturday will be a generally dry and sunny day for Leinster, which has a maximum temperature of 17 to 22 degrees Celsius.