IRISH band Boyzlife will take to the high seas this summer to perform on P&O's Britannia cruise during the month of August.
Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy, once part of the multi-platinum Irish bands Westlife and Boyzone, united to form man band Boyzlife last year.
The duo will be performing in Britannia’s Limelight Club for five nights from August 12-16 on the 14-night Spain, France and Italy cruise round trip from Southampton.
According to cruise liner P&O, guests will be 'treated to a night of reminiscing and nostalgia during an exciting show packed full of untold stories' from McFadden's and Duffy's days on the road as well as popular Westlife and Boyzone hits such as No Matter What and Flying Without Wings.
Speaking about their upcoming high seas tour, Keith Duffy said: “We are very excited to be taking our sell-out tour to sea and entertaining Britannia’s guests with music and stories from life on the road with our respective bands.
"After 20 years on the road, we’ve grown up and it’s great to be able to look back, reminisce and give our fans the inside track story of how we felt at the time."
Senior Vice President of P&O Cruises Paul Ludlow said: “At P&O Cruises we are constantly looking at new ways in which we can enhance the experience of our guests.
"Our guests already enjoy world-class entertainment on board all our ships but I believe they will be especially excited to see such a high profile act as Boyzlife in the intimate setting of Britannia’s Limelight Club.”
The Mediterranean cruise departs August 12 with prices starting from £1,299 per person, and tickets to see Boyzlife live on board cost £49, which includes a three course meal.