Westlife returns to Malaysia for a show on June 9, with only three members this time around

Kian Egan, Shane Filan and Nicky Byrne are ready to entertain fans in Malaysia. Photo: Handout

Irish boy band Westlife is returning to Malaysia for another show one year after its successful two-night concert at Axiata Arena in 2023.

This time around, the group will be performing at Arena of Stars, Resorts World Genting on June 9 at 6pm.

Returning to the very same arena after 24 years, Westlife will entertain fans with its ear worm hits such as Uptown Girl, If I Let You Go, Swear It Again, Flying Without Wings and more.

However, this time, only three of the four members will be travelling to Malaysia for this show titled Westlife The Hits Tour 2024; Kian Egan, Nicky Byrne and Shane Filan are raring to go while Mark Feehily has opted out to prioritise his health.

In a recent post on social media, Feehily said: "Most of you are aware that I have had some health challenges over the past while.

"It is with the upmost level of regret that I must now temporarily stand down from all Westlife touring until a time that I have had the chance to fully recover from the turbulent journey I have been through as an individual."

According to BBC, the 43-year-old recently underwent surgery to treat a hernia.

Tickets to Westlife The Hits Tour 2024 are priced at RM1,188, RM988, RM788, RM588 and RM388, subject to RM4 processing fee, and available via mmic.bigtix.io, rwgenting.com or my.bookmyshow.com from noon on April 26.

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