FLASH HARRY
Irish based – enquire for availability.
After an amazing non stop 25 years delivering unforgettable shows in top venues, the reason for  Flash Harry’s success is simple, it’s a show of hit after hit, delivered with the very essence of live performance: energy, enthusiasm, talent, passion and pure showmanship. These guys deliver a rock show as good as any you will see.

FRIENDS IN LOW PLACES
Friends in Low Places – the Garth Brooks Story

Irish based – enquire for availability.
Friends in Low Places brings you the magic of Garth Brooks and all of his greatest hits such as ‘If Tomorrow Never Comes’,  ‘Friends in Low Places’, ‘The Dance’, Baton Rouge’, ‘Shameless’ and ‘Unanswered Prayers’
This show is a must see for any Brook’s fan and is the next best thing to the man himself.

PEARL JEM
Pearl Jem – The number one Pearl Jam Tribute
Irish based – enquire for availability.
Formed in 2006, Pearl Jem have gone from strength to strength enjoying much success touring across Ireland, UK & Europe.. Capturing the raw energy, passion and emotion of the Seattle giants in their live performance. Gaining the hard earned respect of even the most hard core fans of the real thing this highly acclaimed tribute are now widely regarded as Europe’s No. 1. Truly a must see show for all Pearl Jam fans out there. Whether it’s the more melodic chilled out aspect of this 2 hour programme or the full on guitar driven songs you desire these lads have it covered.

 ROCK N ROLL YEARS & DANCE HALL DAYS
27TH December – Easter
From the producers of ‘Do You Come Here Often. After three sell out shows at Belfast Grand Opera House , the guys are back again…. Relive all the memories of a decade that saw the birth of pop, from the ballads of Ruby Murray, Perry Como and Dean Martin to the early rock’n’roll of Buddy Holly, Brenda Lee and Bill Hailey. .

THE SPIRIT OF SMOKIE

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Smokie first hit the big time in 1975 when ‘If You Think You Know How To Love Me’ was a top five hit. Fifteen more top twenty hits followed including ‘Living Next Door To Alice’

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