Westlife fans have been waiting in anticipation for concert dates after it was announced this month that a reunion was on the cards.
Earlier this month it was reported that Westlife was getting back together without Brian McFadden but no further details were announced.
Now, it has been reported that the hitmakers will celebrate their return with a massive gig in Croke Park.
The stadium which holds a whopping 82,300 people was the location for their farewell tour in 2012.
Seven years on they are hoping to come back with a bang in 2019.
Simon Cowell is set to co-manage Westlife with Louis Walsh and it was revealed that Cowell originally wanted to release a reality show alongside their reunion news.
“It was a similar fly-on-the-wall doc to the one Take That made when they reformed in 2005,” a source told the Sun.
“But Simon wanted the Westlife doc to air before tickets went on sale for the reunion tour but there wasn’t enough time to shoot anything before the announcement next month.”
The four members have all kept quiet about the news, with Nicky Byrne even avoiding questions on his own radio show.
However, they are reportedly working hard on an album, with songs written by hitmaker Ed Sheeran.