Dec 29 2017
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The Irish Supergroup were all set to call it a day back in February 2016, but due to pressure ...
The Irish Supergroup were all set to call it a day back in February 2016, but due to pressure from their record company and an offer of a series on UTV Ireland, 'Summer In Dublin', where the band will feature in an in-depth documentary of the band's careers spanning some 40 years, they're back on the road.
The One For The Road Tour was born as they play to unwind from the world's stage. There's no better place to take a trip down memory lane on Friday 29 December as Bagatelle bring their One For The Road Tour to Belfast's iconic Ulster Hall.
This is set to be an emotional trip for the rock group from Bray, who first formed in 1978. The audience can expect a 'hugely entertaining and memorable night' as Liam Reilly and the band take to the stage and play all the favourites including Second Violin, Summer In Dublin, Leeson Street Lady and many more of the songs that helped this band become a household name in Ireland, UK, Europe and the US. This is the final opportunity for followers of the group to hear these old classics live.
Bagatelle have shared stages with artists such as Bob Marley, Don McLean, José Feliciano and many more.
They have had albums produced by Phil Coulter and the late Gus Dudgeon, who produced for David Bowie and Elton John. They also appeared on the 'Self Aid' concert in the mid-1980s with U2 and Van Morrison.
To book your ticket, please visit www.ulsterhall.co.uk