A SECOND date has just been added for The Met Arena in the historic Ulster Hall in Belfast this Christmas.
With the first show selling out in just two weeks organisers are delighted to announce The Met Arena will now take place on Saturday December 29, as well as the original night of Friday December 28.
Legendary Northern Ireland DJ Robbie Nelson delivers this breathtaking festive extravaganza as he brings The Met Arena to the history-rich Ulster Hall on Friday 28 and Saturday December 29.
Reliving the glory days of the 90s when DJs and club events shaped the lives of a generation across the country, The Met Arena 2012 sees Robbie Nelson joined in the Ulster Hall by Austrian euro hit makers Unique II, whose single ‘Loveline’ has went down in history as the ultimate Arena classic. Their live P.A. at The Met Arena is Unique II’s first ever performance in Northern Ireland.
Also taking to the Ulster Hall stage is chart-topping producer Paul Masterson, who produced a plethora of top 10 hits under the guises of Yomanda, Amen UK, Candy Girls, and Hi-Gate, including ‘Synth & Strings’, ‘Passion’, and ‘Fe Fi Fo Fum’ to name but a few. Revellers can expect to relive iconic songs that brought 2,000 people together in Armagh’s famous Met Arena every Saturday night. And they can experience it in the breathtaking surroundings of the £8 million refurbished Ulster Hall.
Tickets are on sale now priced at £19.50 plus booking and service fees and are available from the Ulster Hall Box Office on 02890 334455, www.ticketmaster.ie and Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.