The Stranglers & Therapy to play at the Ulster Hall
English rock legends The Stranglers are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at the Ulster Hall, Belfast with very special guests Therapy? on Saturday 3rd March 2018.
With a career spanning four decades, The Stranglers are one of the most continuously successful bands to have emerged from the UK punk rock scene.Their hits include Golden Brown, No More Heroes, Peaches and Always the Sun.
Headed up by Sunderland-born singer Baz Warne, the tour is set to coincide with the planned re-release of their first seven albums (six studio and one live) originally issued on the UA and EMI/Liberty labels.
They continue to thrive on the live circuit and their existing large and loyal fan base has swelled in recent years as new converts join the ranks following sell out shows and festival appearances.
For the 2018 UK tour, Therapy? will be their special guests. They made their breakthrough in 1994 with their multi hit-spawning album, Troublegum, which clocked up a million sales worldwide. The group are expecting to release their 15th album in early 2018 and have spent much of the past year performing a series of critically-acclaimed acoustic dates.
Tickets on sale Friday October 20th at 10am – buy yours here.