The Westlife boys will say an emotional goodbye to fans around the world tonight when they play their final concert at Dublin's Croke Park in front 80,000 fans.
The concert will be screened live in cinemas around Europe, and later around the world, so fans who weren't lucky enough to nab a ticket can see the final farewell.
It will be an emotional farewell for the Irish quartet, who, along with former member Brian McFadden, formed way back in 1998.
The band played the first of two final concerts last night at Croke Park, to a crowd of screaming fans. Jedward and The Wanted energetically courted the crowd before Westlife took to the stage.
Huge effigys of Mark Feehily, Shane Filan, Nicky Byrne and Kian Egan were mounted on the stage, before they were dramatically set alight, representing the end of the band forever.
Their manager Louis Walsh has said he will feel especially emotional. He told The Daily Mirror there would most likely be tears this weekend:
"I have never known a band like this and we have had an amazing time."
In their 14-year career, Westlife have sold 44 million albums, had 14 Number Ones and 25 Top Ten singles.
They announced they were splitting after a Greatest Hits album and farewell tour in October 2011.
It was recently revealed that singer Shane Filan has filed for bankruptcy after suffering enormous losses in Ireland's property crash. According to Louis, the 32-year-old kept the £18 million collapse of his property firm a secret for as long as possible so it wouldn't interfere with the final tour preparations.
"He didn’t want to drag the boys down," the X Factor judge said.
"Last night Shane told me, 'All I want to do is just go on with it. Pick up the pieces, go out on a high with Westlife, and start again'," he added.
It's so emotional... we hope they have a great show!
Take a look at pictures from last night's concert...