Westlife to perform ‘record-breaking’ third ‘The Wild Dreams’ concert date in Singapore

Westlife have claimed the title of first international act to perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium for three nights in a row with the announcement

Westlife will perform a third concert in Singapore on their ‘The Wild Dreams’ tour in what they claim is a record-breaking announcement.

The group will perform a third concert on February 18 after their concerts on February 16 and 17 sold out. In the process, Westlife have laid claim to the title of the first international band to play perform at the Singapore Indoor Stadium for three nights in a row.

NME has reached out to the organisers and Sports Hub for confirmation of the record.


“Thank you for the support you have always shown us”, the band said in an Instagram Reel announcing the third date, concluding, “We cannot wait to see you very soon.”

Tickets for the third concert will be available via Ticketmaster and at all Singpost outlets starting November 4, and will be at the same rate as the first two concerts. Tickets will be available in tiers at SGD128, SGD168, SGD208, SGD238 and SGD258, not inclusive of booking fee.

The band initially announced their ‘The Wild Dreams’ Singapore tour date in a Instagram post on October 3, two days after they performed at the F1 Grand Prix post-qualifying concert on October 1. “You blew us all away! Want to do it again?,” the band wrote in their post announcing the tour date, which will take place on February 16 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.

The Irish pop group previously announced tour dates in Indonesia and the Philippines as part of their ‘The Wild Dreams’ tour. The Indonesia concert will take place on February 11, 2023 at the Stadion Madya, Gelora Bung Karno in Jakarta and has already sold out, prompting the group to add three more tour dates in the country this year leading up to their Singapore F1 Grand Prix performance.

Westlife is due to perform at the Araneta Coliseum in Manila on February 20 and 21. Tickets to the February 21 date are still available via ticketnet.com.ph starting at PHP1,575, going up to PHP13,650.


It is unclear if any additional Asia tour dates will be announced.

Westlife released their 12th studio album ‘Wildest Dreams’ in November last year. The album includes hit tracks ‘Alone Together’, ‘My Hero’ and ‘Starlight’.

Other concerts set to take place in Singapore later this year include showcases by Korean music and media collective Dream Perfect Regime (DPR), Seventeen, Guns N’ Roses, Justin Bieber and more.

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