Westlife and Boyzone members to unite for South West gig

PUBLISHED: 20:00 21 September 2017

Boyzlife will perform in Bristol in December.

Boyzlife will perform in Bristol in December.

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Former members of two of Britain’s most popular boy bands are set to unite for show in Bristol this winter.

Westlife’s Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy, of Boyzone, will perform as Boyzlife at Bristol’s SWX, in Nelson Street, on December 10 at 7.30pm.

Irish groups Westlife and Boyzone churned out hit after hit in the 1990s and 2000s, earning them millions of fanatical fans across the globe.

McFadden and Duffy first joined forces in 2016, and achieved great success with a sold-out tour of the UK – leading the pair to dust of the bands’ back catalogues once again for a series of pre-Christmas shows.

Westlife amassed an incredible 14 UK number-one singles, including hits like Uptown Girl, Flying Without Wings and World Of Our Own – while Boyzone’s long list of hits includes Picture Of You, When The Going Gets Tough and No Matter What.

Tickets, priced £28.50-75, are available online via www.boyzlifetour.com

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