Boy band devotees take note: Westlife's last concert is coming to a Hong Kong screen
If you missed their final concert, you still have a chance to reminisce about those years you dreamt about the boy band.
Westlife disbanded on June 23 after their final concert in front of 85,000 fans at Croke Park in Dublin. But for local fans, the Irish boys are landing in Hong Kong cinemas on August 24.
The 141-minute concert was captured on film with Dolby 5.1 surround-sound production, to give you the front-row experience.
The five-piece band, including Shane Filan, Mark Feehily, Kian Egan, Nicky Byrne and Brian McFadden (out of the group since 2004) has sold over 45 million records worldwide since their debut in 1998.
They performed their all-time hits at the farewell concert, including Flying Without Wings, Your Raise Me Up and Uptown Girl.
The film will be screened at AMC cinemas, the Grand Cinema, GH Mongkok and UA in iSquare and at the airport. Tickets are now available for booking.