Westlife tour: Scarborough concert start time,

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Westlife will be playing a big show in Scarborough.

Westlife tours EnglandIreland playing some of the country’s most famous venues.

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The Irish pop band have dates scheduled at Wembley and Dublin’s Aviva Stadium.

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It is the group’s first tour in three years to be postponed due to the 2020 Covid pandemic.

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The last tour date takes the band to Scarborough.

If you have tickets, here’s everything you need to know:

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When and where is Westlife playing in Scarborough?

The Irish pop stars perform at the Scarborough Open Air Theater on Saturday (July 23).

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It is located on Burniston Road, Scarborough.

The post code is YO12 6PF.

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What time does it start?

According to the Scarborough Open Air Theater website, the concert starts at 6pm.

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The information section reads: “Gates open at 6 p.m. However, show times are always subject to change; We expect the entertainment to start at 7pm and end at 10:30pm.

“We recommend arriving early to soak up the atmosphere.”

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Can you still get tickets?

Tickets for the Scarborough Open Air Theater concert started from £45.

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What songs could Westlife play?

Westlife kicked off the Wild Dreams Tour on July 1 at Hop Farm in Kent.

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The final shows took place on July 9th at Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

Setlist.fm confirmed the songs played during this show, they were as follows:

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  • starlight
  • Uptown Girl (Billy Joel cover)
  • If you look like that
  • Fool again
  • if i let you go
  • My love
  • swear it again
  • Mamma Mia / Gimme Gimme Gimme / Super Trouper / Money Money Money / Take A Chance On Me / I Have a Dream / Dancing Queen / Waterloo / Thank You For The Music (ABBA Cover)
  • What Now (Daughtry cover)
  • Mandy (Scott English cover)
  • What Makes a ManPlay Video?
  • Queen of My Heart / Unbreakable / I’m Already HerePlay Video
  • Play the world of our own video
  • Flying without wings
  • Hello, my darling
  • You Raise Me Up (Secret Garden cover)

Does the concert take place when it rains?

Scarborough Open Air Theater says on its website: “Absolutely! Due to the weather, concerts are only canceled when it becomes dangerous.

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“You cannot bring an umbrella, however, so please dress appropriately. The show will continue if it rains and no refunds will be offered should you decide to leave due to the weather.

“The show will only be canceled or halted if the weather becomes dangerous.”

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Westlife’s Shane Filan, Mark Feehily, Kian Egan and Nicky Byrne. (Photo by Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty Images)

What are you not allowed to bring into the venue?

The following items are prohibited:

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  • alcohol
  • Animals except registered assistance dogs
  • Baggage
  • Computers, laptops, iPads and tablets
  • Large pockets over A4 size
  • Professional video and still cameras
  • cans
  • drugs
  • helmets
  • Food and drinks – except 500ml water bottle
  • laser
  • glass bottles
  • aerosols
  • flags
  • Knives, scalpels and syringes
  • selfie stick
  • umbrella
  • flares and pyrotechnics
  • sign
  • explosives
  • Medicines without a prescription or medical certificate
  • power banks
  • backpacks
  • Poisonous substances
  • chairs

When does Westlife play Wembley?

Westlife plays at London’s Wembley Stadium on August 6th.

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What are the other dates for the UK and Ireland?

Westlife will play these UK and Ireland dates on the tour:

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  • 6 August – Wembley Stadium, London
  • 12 August – Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
  • 13 August – Páirc Uí Chaoimh, Cork
  • 17 November – P&J Live, Aberdeen
  • 19 November – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • 20 November – OVO Hydro, Glasgow
  • 22 November – First Direct Arena, Leeds
  • November 24 – AO Arena, Manchester
  • 25 November – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
  • 26 November – Utilita Arena, Newcastle
  • 28 November – Utilita Arena, Sheffield
  • 30 November – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool
  • 3 December – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
  • 4 December – Utilita Arena, Birmingham
  • 5 December – Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth
  • December 7 – O2 Arena, London
  • 8 December – Brighton Centre, Brighton
  • 9 December – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
  • 11 December – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
  • 12 December – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
  • 15 December – SSE Arena, Belfast
  • 16 December – SSE Arena, Belfast
  • 17 December – SSE Arena, Belfast
  • 18 December – SSE Arena, Belfast