The group play 11 nights at the Point - and NME.COM lets you know how you can get your hands on the - ahem - boy's briefs...

Westlife, who play an incredible record-breaking 11 nights at DUBLIN POINT next March, are giving fans the chance to buy more tickets for the gigs this weekend.

The band, who are set to knock the Spice Girls off the Number One spot this weekend when they score their anticipated seventh chart-topper ‘My Love’, will hold a press conference in their native Dublin tomorrow (November 3) to announce that more tickets will be on sale nationwide on Saturday (November 4) for the dates. They have already sold 60,000 for the gigs at the Point, and another 12,000 will be up for grabs on Saturday morning. Check NME.COM tomorrow for details of how to get them after the press announcement at 11.30am tomorrow.

The Irish heart-throbs, who mark the release of their new album ‘Coast To Coast’ next week with a whirlwind signing tour of UK record stores, as reported previously on NME.COM earlier today.


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