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You can now sing along live! Westlife coming to SA in November

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International performers are flocked to Mzansi’s shores in record numbers, with the most recent example being the Irish boy band Westlife, who demonstrated that 2018 is the year of concerts.

The Wild Dreams Tour will take the band here later this year, although just two pit stops are planned.

With singles like Mandy, Flying Without Wings, Coast to Coast, and Queen Of My Heart, they provided the soundtrack to countless lives in the 1990s and 2000s.

Westlife, which comprises of Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Shane Filan, and Mark Feehily, began their musical career in 1998.

Bryan Adams, Deborah Cox, and Tamia are just a few of the artists scheduled to play this year. Westlife will join them. The band is scheduled to be in Capetown on November 1st and at Pretoria on November 3rd.

Tamia will begin her South African tour on July 4 at the Grand Arena, GrandWest in Cape Town, continue on July 7 to the Durban ICC for a performance, and end her trip on July 8 at the SunBet Arena, Time Square in Pretoria.

Tamia visited South Africa in 2019 to promote Passion Like Fire, her studio album.

“The one good thing that I feel blessed about is that I am doing something that I love and I get to connect with people through music and be on stage and see people laughing, crying, hugging and dancing.

“You feel like you have gone through these experiences with people and that it is such an intimate thing and which is a blessing,” Tamia told Sowetan.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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