Tag Archives: Ulster Hall

Alter Bridge, Ulster Hall, Belfast, 8th Oct 2017

After selling out shows in Dublin and Belfast back in June, such was the demand for tickets from local rockers, Alter Bridge returned to Belfast on Sunday night to play a welcome second show as part of The Last Hero Tour.     In contrast, it was opening act As …

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Mastodon – Belfast, Ulster Hall, 28/06/2015

“I told you we’d be fucking back!”  It may be somewhat unusual to start a review at the end, but drummer Brann Dailor’s closing remarks to the audience are important for contextualizing what had happened over the previous hour-and-a-half or so.  You see, it had only been a little more than …

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Stormzone – Ulster Hall, Belfast – 15 November

DP13 – Rock The Hall – Belfast – Photo Gallery – 15/11/2013

For many bands, it must be a burning ambition – often unfulfilled for all too many – to headline the most iconic venue in their hometown… in the case of Belfast, the venue in question is the Ulster Hall, a Victorian building which is the city’s equivalent, as more than …

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DP13 – Rock The Hall – Belfast – Photo Gallery – 15/11/2013

DP13 – Rock The Hall – Belfast – Photo Gallery – 15/11/2013

A collection of photographs from the Distortion Projects “Rock The Hall” night down in the Ulster Hall, Belfast on the 15th November 2013.  Acts featured were Rabid Bitch of the North, Skypilot, Zombified, Triggerman, Sinocence (with guest appearance from Ray Haller from Sweet Savage) & Stormzone. Photographs by Marc Leach …

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Dead Label! – Auntie Annie’s, Belfast – Thursday 17 May 2012

Tonight’s headliners became the envy of every metal band in Ireland – and beyond – when they managed to secure the opening slot at Machine Head’s forthcoming only two headline dates outside Download. To get themselves fighting fit for the challenge of the brace of shows in Belfast and Dublin, …

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Interview with Claire Percival of Dead Label!

Irish trio Dead Label! became the envy of bands all over the island of Ireland when they landed the prestigious opening slot for Machine Head’s only headlining shows outside Download – at Belfast’s Ulster Hall on May 28 and Dublin’s Olympia Theatre two nights later. As the young band gear …

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