Standing Ticket To See Westlife Live for £22 at Hamilton Park Racecourse (£44 Value)
- See the 44 million record selling group perform their biggest hits
- Support from girl band Wonderland
- Unreserved standing tickets
- Accessible from Junction 5 of the M74, a short drive from Glasgow
Groupon valid for 1 person, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required using online booking request form, the link and password for which will be included on your groupon voucher. Gates open at 4pm. Arrive early to avoid queues. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets cannot be resold, exchanged, refunded or returned unless the event is cancelled, moved to another date, or if details of the event are significantly changed after an order is placed. Show may contain strobe lighting and pyrotechnics. Price based on face value of ticket plus standard booking fee. No horse racing on day of show.
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The trajectory of the jet pack as a tangible mode of transport for spies and super villains alike actually began with a prototype designed by a rather sore Icarus who, after the failure of his waxier efforts, was determined to go flying without wings. Raise up with today’s Groupon: for £22 instead of £44 get a standing ticket to see Westlife live on 23rd July at Hamilton Park Racecourse.
With 12 number one singles slipped under their collective belts and over 44 million records sold worldwide, Westlife have reigned unbreakable as Ireland’s sovereign pop swooners for 13 years. Their impeccably produced pop powerhouse of soaring ballads, harmonic vocals and well co-ordinated outfits, has earned them a formidable live reputation and one of the most dedicated fan bases in the galaxy. Bringing their unique brand of man band to the sophisticated setting of Hamilton Park Racecourse, just a few miles south west of Glasgow, odds on bets can be placed on a dashing night out being had by all.
Groupon devotees can grab an all-standing all-dancing ticket to see Nicky, Kian, Shane and Mark in full swing. This spectacular open air show will undoubtedly be peppered with hits from both their balladeering boyhood to their more recent evolution as rambunctious rat packers, with a sure stop off from their electro-tinged eleventh studio album, Gravity. Gates open at 4pm but fans must make sure to be in by 7pm to check out stars in the making Wonderland, a new girl band from Kian and X Factor examiner Louis Walsh, before the boys take to the stage in the sunset.