Westlife have announced a second concert in Croke Park next year after their first gig sold out in mere minutes.

Their first comeback gig in Croke Park sold out in minutes leaving many fans disappointed, but fans can now try to snap up tickets for their second show on Saturday, July 6 in the stadium.

Tickets for the second date are on sale now, priced from €59.50, via Ticketmaster.

Heartbroken fans took to Twitter in their droves to share their upset on missing out on tickets for the first concert: 

The band, made up of Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily, Shane Filan, recently told RTÉ 2FM's Jenny Greene they "honestly harbour no ill feeling" towards their former bandmate Brian McFadden who left the group in 2004.

"We honestly harbour no ill feeling towards Brian whatsoever," said Greene's 2FM co-host Byrne. "Never have done. I suppose when we first got back, when Westlife... When we first got back to talk about it [reuniting], we all discussed that we were always going to take Westlife off again where we left it in 2012. 

"Brian walked away obviously in 2004 and what people forget is that it sometimes hurts us a little bit when you see the headlines that 'Simon Cowell wanted Brian' [for the reunion]."

"We never fell out with Brian and none of those things," Byrne continued. "But we did nine-and-a-half years without him and we genuinely harbour no ill feeling towards Brian and sometimes press and stuff and all these stories don't help the relationship, because there is no ill feeling from either way."

Earlier this month,  Westlife confirmed their plans to embark on a huge stadium and arena tour next year, along with releasing a new album.