POP kings Westlife will end their 14 year career with a spectacular no expense spared bash this month. The foursome are planning the party to end all parties after their two nights of gigs in Dublin’s GAA HQ Croker.
Singer Kian Egan revealed: “We are planning on making it an unbelievable night to mark the end of everything. It’s going to have to be the biggest party we have ever had after playing Croke Park for two nights, it’s going to be really emotional. “We just want something for family and friends and everyone who has supported us throughout the years — one last time.”
Kian, Shane, Mark and Nicky will hang up their Westlife mics after playing for over 140,000 Irish fans on June 22 and 23. And after the final gig, they will ferry family and friends to a secret location for a plush aftershow party set to run well into the next day.
Kian, 32, added: “I’m sure there will be all sorts of feelings going on when we sing the final song on stage at Croke Park.”
The boys have spent the last month wowing crowds across Britain on their farewell tour. But they will make their Irish goodbye the most sensational of all with a spectacular stage show.
Massive screens will play emotional footage of the band’s journey throughout the gig. After the shows Shane and Mark are set to embark on solo careers with Nicky and Voice of Ireland judge Kian continuing to work on TV.
Sligo lad Kian said: “There has been talk that it will be followed soon by a comeback tour and that’s not the way it is. “As far as we are concerned, this is the end of Westlife.”