Westlife currently only have plans to perform in Cork and London next year.
Irish fans who missed out on tickets to see the boyband at Pairc Ui Chaoimh or Wembley next August will have to wait until 2021 to see them, according to long-time manager, Louis Walsh.
Amid ongoing speculation that Westlife could well bring their Twenty Tour to Dublin, Walsh insists that it will likely be 2021 before Kian, Nicky, Mark and Shane next take to the stage in Ireland's capital.
He told RSVP Live: "They are just going to do Cork [next year], I think. Two gigs there and then maybe something in Dublin the year after.
"That is why they are making themselves scarce. They are not going to flog themselves and the album is good."
Westlife's new album, Spectrum, is scheduled to be released on 15 November and will include singles Hello My Love, Better Man, Dynamite and My Blood.
The group's first album in eight years will also feature collaborations with Ed Sheeran, Steve Mac, and James Bay.