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Westlife to perform in India as part of their The Wild Dreams Tour | Music News

Irish music sensation Westlife are all set to perform in India as part of their The Wild Dreams Tour. Band members Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Shane Filan and Mark Feehily will perform in Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru. 

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Speaking about the India leg of their tour, Westlife said, “India has always held a special place in our hearts. We are so excited to share The Wild Dreams tour with all of our fans in India. Get ready for an unforgettable night of music and memories with us.”

The tour will start in Mumbai at the Members Enclosure, RWITC, Mahalaxmi Racecourse on November 24. It will then head to Bengaluru’s Embassy International Riding School Ground on November 25 and finish at New Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on November 26. Tickets for Westlife’s The Wild Dreams India Tour will be available for purchase starting from 4 pm IST on September 17.

Westlife kicked off The Wild Dreams Tour in 2022 and performed in the UK, including a show at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium. In 2023, the band has performed in Europe, UK, USA and is now headed East, travelling to China, the Middle East, followed by a visit to South Africa and a return to China.

The band, which has delivered hit songs like “Swear It Again”, “If I Let You Go”, “Uptown Girl” and “Hello My Love”, has received one World Music Award, two Brit Awards, four MTV Awards and four Record of the Year Awards.

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