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The Empire Music Hall in Belfast first opened in 1987. It has since gained a reputation as one of the country’s premier live music bars. It has a spectacular Music Hall, which is one of the country’s finest small/medium size venues thanks to it’s impressive decor and acoustics. There are...
The Ulster Hall in Belfast is an iconic music venue and over the years has played host to famous figures; from Jenny Lind and Caruso to Charles Dickens and John McCormack, from Lord Carson and the Dalai Lama to Barry McGuigan and the Rolling Stones. The venue now plays host...
The National Football Stadium at Windsor Park is the home of Northern Ireland's football team and club side, Linfield FC.
The SSE Arena is Northern Ireland's biggest indoor arena, with a capacity of over 10,000 and stages a wide variety of concerts, ice skating events, shows and sporting events.
Boucher Playing Fields hosts outdoor concerts and events with big names such as Ed Sheeran.
A series of headline shows by international musical artists and D J's are hosted in the historic surroundings of Belfast's Custom House Square.
The Oh Yeah music centre is a former bonded whiskey warehouse in Belfast's cultural district. It measures 14 500 square feet over three floors and features a performance space, a drop-in area, a privately-run recording studio and exhibition space
The Stormont Hotel boast an unequalled location overlooking Belfast's Royal Mile and hosts a variety of tribute nights.
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Cloudbusting - The Music Of Kate Bush have been championed by BBC ONE as one of the most authentic tributes in the world.
Following a record year, the 2020 Arenacross Tour head out across the UK in January / February in what’s set to be a stunning winter showdown from Europe’s leading action-sports show. Each round promises seat grabbing entertainment from some of the world’s best indoor Motocross racers and Freestyle MX stars...
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