BOYZLIFE are performing tonight at Worcester Racecourse.

The duo, consisting of the founding members of two of the nation’s biggest bands, Brian McFadden (Westlife) and Keith Duffy (Boyzone), are performing at Worcester Racecourse's Ladies Day event.

The audience can expect to hear all of the classics, including World of our own, Queen of my heart, Picture of you, Words, No matter what, Uptown girl, Flying without wings, You raise me up, Going gets tough, Swear it again, Father and Son, Love me for a reason, My love and many, many more.

To perform their hits, they will be supported by a full, live band.

The duo first took their show on the road in February and March 2020.

Boyzlife's nationwide tour become the most successful of 2020 with multiple sold-out venues and over 35,000 tickets sold.

The gates to Ladies Day opened today at 11am and the first race took place at 1.10pm.

The Racecourse issued a warning for those attending today to not wear high heels due to work at the site. 

The statement said: "Due to development works within our Centre Course which is the location for our Concert please be aware that the area is covered with loose woodchip so we advise that flat shoes are worn within this area as it is unsuitable for shoes with a high heel for our Ladies Day."

Boyzlife will be taking to the stage at 6pm.

Brian McFadden, was with Westlife for six years and enjoyed 11 number ones with the band before he left.

With Boyzone, Keith Duffy has enjoyed six UK number one singles and 16 out of 17 of their first single releases making the top five.