Westlife

The Hucknall Cinema will screen Westlife’s massive Wembley spectacle live this summer

And Hucknall’s Arc Cinema will be one of the venues where fans who can’t make it to Wembley can still enjoy the whole concert live.

The UK’s best-selling album band of the 21st century, Westlife will perform at Wembley for the very first time to a sold-out audience.

Promising to be a night to remember for fans, the band will perform their hits from their highly anticipated Wild Dreams Tour including Uptown Girl, Flying Without Wings, You Raise Me Up and If I Let You Go.

Westlife’s massive Wembley spectacle will screen live at Hucknall’s Arc Cinema on August 6

Shane, Nicky, Mark and Kian invite fans around the world to gather at their local theater and share in this unforgettable live experience, up close and personal.

The band said: “Without a doubt, Wembley Stadium will be a career highlight and a real ‘pinch’ moment in our lives.

“After a two-year wait, August 6 will be the biggest show we have ever undertaken in the UK and all under the arch of one of the most iconic venues in the world.

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“To announce now that the show will be screened live in cinemas across the UK, Ireland and Europe, allowing our fans who won’t be there at night to enjoy it in real time is also something really special for us.

“We will give Wembley everything we have tonight with all our greatest hits included!

“It’s really going to be amazing.

In a career spanning over 20 years, Westlife have sold over 55 million records worldwide and are the only band to have seen their first seven singles enter the UK chart at number one.

They also have the most singles of any artist to debut at number one in the UK and overall the band have had 14 chart topping singles, behind only Elvis Presley and the Beatles.

They also had 33 number one albums worldwide.

Their show from Wembley is distributed to UK cinemas by CinemaLive and will be shown live at 8.30pm on August 6.

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