Melodic giants Toto finally made it to Belfast after forty years together, for their first ever show in the city on Saturday night (7th April 2018). Playing at the Waterfront Hall, the band mixed all the hits with some of their deepest cuts, for a two hour fifteen minute extravaganza of high-class American rock.
The Stranglers stormed Belfast’s Ulster Hall on Friday night (6th April 2018), taking back from Storm Emma, which thwarted March's scheduled show due to heavy snowfall. Bringing along with them home boys Therapy?, it was a night of edgy, alternative, post-punk that left attendees skewered.
A special screening of the 2015 'Sunshine Of Your Love' tribute concert to Jack Bruce is to take place in London. Set for Monday 14th May 2018, the showing will be followed by a Q&A with some of the tribute’s contributors, including music director Nitin Sawhney, Phil Manzanera, and Ian Anderson.
Testament and Annihilator brought a frenzied feast of thrash metal to Dublin on Easter Sunday (1st April 2018), proving exactly why they're among the most respected acts in metal. Bringing with them Polish death metallers Vader, Vicar Street venue-goers were treated to a night of extreme metal on the holiest day of the year.