£19.50 for Ticket to Westlife Live on Sunday 17 July at Broadlands, Hampshire with Ticket East (Up to £39 Value)
- Record breaking pop group
- Disabled facilities provided
- Picnic in the park before the concert
- Support artists TBC
Groupon valid for 1 person, may buy multiple as gifts. Booking required; email voucher codes, name and contact number to email@example.com. Tickets to be collected from the box office. Doors open 5.30pm, show starts 7.30pm, close 10.15pm. Must be 3 or over. No babies in arms. No prams or pushchairs. No glass, large tables, high backed chairs, or professional photographic equipment permitted. Max 3 children under 14 per adult. Original value based on adult ticket price plus booking fee.
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Since the time of brainiac Sir Isaac Newton, people have deliberated why squirrels were able to soar given their distinct lack of feathered appendages. Against all odds, try flying without wings with today's Groupon: for £19.50 instead of £39 see Westlife live at Broadlands, Hampshire, courtesy of Ticket East.
Formed in the late 90s, Westlife are a world renowned Irish pop group comprised of Nicky Byrne, Shane Filan, Mark Feehily and Kian Egan. With over 14 number one singles in the UK and their first seven singles going straight to number 1 in the charts, Westlife are a record breaking, hit-making, poptastic force to be reckoned with.
On Sunday 17 July 2011, the rolling lawns at Broadlands will be flooded with music and jam sandwiches. Descending with their rugs, hampers and party spirits, revellers can enter through the gates from 5.30pm and enjoy a picnic if they like. Music kicks off at 7.30pm with support acts yet to be confirmed, but the headliner will have a chance to let the music do the talking in a gig taking place in the great outdoors. Friendly families are welcome but youngsters under three are not permitted.
With their tenth album, Gravity, again placing in the UK top ten, it is no wonder that reviews of their most recent tour have been so positive. Westlife fans praised the impressive sets as well as the varied set list and on stage chemistry between the band members.
Westlife prove that in order to stay at the top of your game you have to start with talent, and the boys have that in bucket loads. One of the main things that comes across whilst watching them is that they equally share the limelight, there isn’t an ego in sight. Posing for photographs for their adorning fans in amongst their set, they exert so much energy throughout that it is hard not to be breathless just watching them.
– Stephanie Rowe, The Public Reviews, Mar 2011
The boys and their show was amazing as usual! The vocals, the dancing, their connection with the crowd, everything, was fantastic! They never fail to please 11 years on! Still looking hot as ever! I'll be there again next year!
– LannyLea, Ticket Master, Apr 2011