Westlife postpone more shows on 'Back Home' tour

The Irish boy band announce rescheduled gigs however

Westlife postpone more shows on 'Back Home' tour
Westlife have postponed the rest of this week's scheduled shows on their 'Back Home' tour due to ill health.

Shane Filan and Nicky Byrne's conditions led to the cancellation of dates earlier this week, but now the band have been forced to postpone their gigs in Birmingham and Manchester.

Westlife were due to perform at Birmingham's NEC on May 22 and at Manchester's MEN Arena on May 23, but have now rescheduled these, alongside other postponed dates.

Tickets from the original concert dates are still valid for the shows and organisers are urging those who can't make the rescheduled dates to contact their place of purchase.

The group are now set to play the following shows, all of which apart from Sheffield are rescheduled:

Sheffield Arena (May 25)
Birmingham NEC (June 3)
Manchester MEN Arena (4)
Nottingham Arena (24)
Cardiff CIA (25)


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