Hailing from the land down under and cut from the same cloth as AC/DC, Airbourne have been Ready to Rock since 2003, touring religiously since their debut anthemic album ‘Runnin’ Wild’ in 2006. Providing a well-tested formula, the band stopped by Belfast's Limelight on Tuesday night (6th August 2019), for a night of head-banging riffs, crowd interaction and alcohol-fuelled frivolity.
Guns ‘n’ Roses gunslinger Slash jetted into Belfast on Wednesday night (12th June 2019), for a night of apocalyptic rock and roll with singer Myles Kennedy and The Conspirators. Playing their largest ever date in the city, the band took to the stage as one of the highlights of the Belsonic series of events, at Ormeau Park.
Less Than Jake have been delivering their catchy ska punk themes for 27 years to skaters and punks alike around the world. Wednesday night (22nd May 2019) saw them take to the stage at the intimate venue of Belfast’s Empire, for an anarchy fuelled energetic set.
Over twenty years since he last played in Ireland, Eagle-Eye Cherry was back on the #StreetsofDublin on Wednesday night (29th May2019), for an intimate date at the city's famed Whelan’s venue. Touring 2018’s ‘Streets of You’, the singer was in fine form as he wowed the packed venue.
Alt / skater favourites Bowling For Soup stopped by Belfast's Telegraph Building on Wednesday 24th April, as part of their 25th Anniversary tour. Bringing with them their signature pop punk blend of comedy, angst and uplifting lyrics, it was a night of celebration for all.
For many, P.O.D (Payable on Death) will be remembered as an essential band on skating playlists of the early millennium, with their edgy sound and their earworm singles ‘Alive’, ‘Boom’ and ‘Youth of the Nation’. Two decades later, and back with new album ‘Circles’ and nu metallers were in Belfast as part of the accompanying world tour.
The Dead Daisies blazed into Belfast on Thursday night (22nd November 2019), putting on a spread of classic rock and roll as part of their 'Daisyland' jaunt. Talking place on the same day as U.S. holiday Thanksgiving, the American act declared; "If we can’t be at home on thanksgiving, there’s no place we’d rather be than Belfast".
Paul Draper returns to Spooky Action for his first tour since Mansun closed for business over a decade ago.
A rhapsody of symphonic metal brightens Belfast's Limelight on a February night, with all the frills.
Belfast parties like it's 1989, as Steel Panther lower the bar on their debut in the city with special guests Wayward Sons in tow.