THEY belong to two iconic Irish boys bands with a multi-platinum record selling track record.

Now Brian McFadden, of Westlife and Boyzone’s Keith Duffy have joined forces to create Boyzlife.

Hot on the heels of their sell out October 2016 tour, the duo are back on the road, criss crossing the United Kingdom, stopping off at Eastleigh’s Concorde on July 20.

Last month’s announcement of a new tour was greeted with a huge surge of demand for tickets. Venue capacities were extended on the first day.

The new show will be packed full of untold stories along with Westlife & Boyzone hits not yet performed by Brian and Keith together.

There will also be many favourites from the previous tour, plus a few surprises.

Both Irish boy bands were managed by Louis Walsh of X Factor fame.

Westlife sold more than 50 million records worldwide, a total that included studio albums, singles, video releases, and compilation albums.

Selling 25 million records worldwide, Boyzone had 14 number one singles in the United Kingdom and 26 UK top ten singles over their 14-year career.

Call 023 80613989 or visit for tickets.