ICONIC boyband stars will be performing at this year’s Royal Cheshire County Show.

Boyzone’s Keith Duffy and Westlife’s Brian McFadden are teaming up for an evening of chart-topping hits and 90s and 00s nostalgia.

The Irish pop duo, now known at Boyzlife,  will headline Late at the Show on Tuesday, June 18.

The boys will bring back to life their classic hits such as Flying Without Wings, No Matter What, I Love The Way You Love Me, Mandy and How Will I Know.

Knutsford Guardian: Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden from BoyzlifeKeith Duffy and Brian McFadden from Boyzlife (Image: The Royal Cheshire County Show)

The pair will be supported by House Jammerz and Babalola Junior.

The evening will also feature a children’s fairground, food and drink stalls, face painting and a polo match.

Brian McFadden, in an interview with Darren Proctor from Happy Radio, said: “Keith and I are having much more fun the second time around as it’s less serious than when we are touring all over the world with Westlife and Boyzone.

“Now we can take in the atmosphere and enjoy each gig with our families, so get ready Cheshire Show for the Boyzlife bus with about 30 us in ready to party.”

Knutsford Guardian: Everyone attending the show can stay for Late at the Show included in their ticketEveryone attending the show can stay for Late at the Show included in their ticket (Image: The Ryal Cheshire County Show)

Everyone attending the show during the day will be able to stay and enjoy Late at the Show included in the price of their ticket.

To book online visit royalcheshireshow.org

For those unable to attend during the day, Late at the Show tickets are available for £10 per adult and £25 for a family ticket.

The event will be hosted at Clay House Farm, Flittogate Lane, Tabley, located just one mile from Junction 19 of the M6.

The venue is easily accessible with free parking. Gates open at 5pm.