WESTLIFE'S fans might have given them a standing ovation during their last SECC gig last night, but the Irish band left a special legacy in the city.
The group unveiled four bar stools, like the ones they perch on to sing their hits, outside the venue.
The hugely successful Irish boy band have been the SECC's most successful act and Shane Filan, Mark Feehily, Kian Egan and Nicky Byrne will have their names engraved on the quirky monuments.
Last night's concert, part of their farewell tour, was their 49th SECC performance and they have attracted more than 380,000 fans to the venue.
Allan Snedden, head of concert and event sales at the SECC, said: "Westlife have sold the biggest number of tickets of any act to take place at the SECC and we could not let their farewell gig pass without marking this amazing feat.
"The seats outside which are synonymous with the band's live acts will be lasting testimony to the enjoyment Westlife has given to thousands of fans here."
Unveiling the stools, Westlife, said: "It's a wonderful gesture from the SECC. It's fitting way for us to say goodbye."