Westlife have almost sold out their second farewell gig in Croke Park - and are preparing for a momentous goodbye to their Irish fans.
The band sold out the first gig they announced on June 23rd within minutes and then they decided to hold a second concert in the venue on the night before.
A source said: "Both their shows are nearly sold out. The first one is and the second one is about to. It's 82,000 each night."
The band decided to call it a day this year after 14 years at the top of the charts and the Croke Park concerts will be emotional for them.
They will be supported by Jedward, The Wanted and Lawson in Croke Park and are looking forward to returning to the venue for the last time.
Nicky Byrne recently said: "I'd say it will be quite an emotional night because we did it in 2008 and that was one of the highlights of our career and we were lucky enough to do it again in 2010."
Westlife are also booked into Belfast's Odyssey Arena for five nights across May and June and will take part in an extensive tour throughout the UK.
Meanwhile, The Stone Roses concert in the Phoenix Park is also close to selling out after the band reformed this year.