READ MORE: Westlife's wild career - brutal Simon Cowell dig, tense feud and bankruptcy woesThe Wembley spectacular will see the iconic boyband perform some of their greatest hits including 'Swear It Again', ‘Flying Without Wings’ and ‘You Raise Me Up’.As well as some of their new tunes such as 'Starlight' and ‘Hello My Love’ from their reunion album.Big name celebs are expected to come down for the occasion such as Rylan, Alan Carr and Jonathan Ross.Band member Mark Feehil spoke to the Daily Star and said: "This is the biggest show we've done in our lives. "Performing at Wembley Stadium is a real dream come true for all of us.
After more than two decades together it is unbelievable. It is going to be a massive party and a huge celebration of everything Westlife has achieved."Our fan base is amazing.
They've been with us since the start and here they are all of these years later supporting us, listening to our music and selling out stadium shows."This show will be extra special because we'll all have our families with us too.
It is going to be an amazing weekend for us all.""I think it will also be quite emotional too. It is our biggest show in the UK ever and comes after the pandemic when our original tour plans and original date for Wembley had to be postponed.Read more on dailystar.co.uk