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Deacon Blue at Belfast Ulster Hall

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Deacon Blue are a Scottish rock pop band from Glasgow, currently consisting of singers Ricky Ross and Lorraine McIntosh, keyboard-player James Prime, and drummer Dougie Vipond, who were originally joined by Ewen Vernal and Graeme Kelling too.

Deacon Blue will be performing 1 event in Belfast on Monday 2nd November 2020 at the Ulster Hall.

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Deacon Blue in Belfast - Ticket Options

Mon Nov 2 2020 Belfast, UK UK
Official face value from £46.20. Resale tickets from £85.03.
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Address: Belfast Ulster Hall, 1-7 Bedford Street, Belfast, BT2 7FF
Telephone: 02890334455
Venue Capacity: 1650
Ulster Hall is a concert and music venue based on Bedford Street, Belfast. First opened way back in 1862, it boasts a capacity of 1,650, and is one of the city's most popular halls, despite not being the largest. Owned by the Belfast council, it was renovated in 2009.