Westlife have announced they will play a second date in Pairc Ui Chaoimh next year due to “exceptional demand” during this morning’s ticket sales.
The famous Irish foursome announced on Monday morning that they will play the Cork stadium on August 28, 2020.
Tickets went on sale this morning and the high demand saw the band announce a second date shortly after 9am.
“Due to exceptional demand, we’ve added a second date at Páirc Uí Chaoimh on 29th August,” Westlife tweeted.
The shows, which are to be their only stadium outing in Ireland next year, is expected to attract tens of thousands of people to the Rebel County.
It was confirmed on Wednesday that Emeli Sande, famous for songs such as ‘Clown’ and ‘Next to me’, will support the famous pop group in Cork.
It will be her first appearance in Ireland since she supported Michael Buble last year.
It will be the Westlife's first time heading the iconic stadium and next year's show is set to be their only stadium concert in Ireland in 2020.
The jam packed show will feature classics such as 'You Raise Me Up,' ' Uptown Girl' and 'Flying Without Wings' as well as tracks from their new album such as 'Hello My Love'.