Two Door Cinema Club set for free show in Belfast
BBC Introducing in Northern Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales are joining forces on Tuesday 17th November to showcase the best in new music from around the UK with a free one-off event in Belfast.
BBC Introducing presenters Huw Stephens, Rory McConnell (Northern Ireland), Vic Galloway (Scotland) and Bethan Elfyn (Wales) will descend upon Belfast’s Mandela Hall to present live music from four hotly-tipped new bands: Two Door Cinema Club, Pulled Apart By Horses, Twin Atlantic, and Save Your Breath.
Northern Ireland BBC Introducing presenter Rory McConnell says:
"It's been such an amazing year for BBC Introducing that we thought it would be the perfect way to end 2009 by celebrating new music in a live environment, and where better to do it than Belfast! BBC Introducing across the BBC and Radio 1 has confirmed its position as the place to go for new music whether you're making it or a fan of it, and now in Belfast all four nations unite for an end of year party in Belfast's Mandela Hall and Huw Stevens, Vic Galloway, Bethan Elfyn and myself can't wait to see you there."
Details of the show:
Mandela Hall, Belfast
Tuesday 17th November
Over 18's. ID Required.
Tickets for this concert are free and are available by visiting bbc.co.uk/ni/tickets or calling the BBC NI ticketline on 0370 9011227 (UK-wide rate charged at no more than 01/02 geographic numbers: calls may be recorded for training).
Introducing with Rory McConnell in Northern Ireland can be heard on BBC Radio One on Thursdays, from 00.00am-02.00am.