James Vincent McMorrow
James Vincent McMorrow will play his first Belfast show since 2011 when he performs at The Ulster Hall on Saturday 28 January 2017.
James recently released his third album 'We Move', which topped the Irish album chart, and reached the UK top 40.
It follows 2010s platinum-selling Early In The Morning and acclaimed follow-up Post Tropical. The years between have seen James selling out shows all over the world from Sydney’s Opera House to London’s Roundhouse, and having his music trail Game of Thrones.
Written in constant transition and recorded between Toronto, Dublin and London with an array of star producers, 'We Move' is McMorrow’s most expansive, generous and ambitious record to date.
Tickets are available from the Out To Lunch Festival website, the Ulster Hall box office, and by phone on 028 9033 4455. The show is fully seated. Doors open at 7pm.
Directions to Ulster Hall
If you are travelling on a major road into the city, follow signs for the city centre. From the one way system on May Street, behind the City Hall, turn left into Bedford Street. On-street metered parking is available both in front of the Ulster Hall on Bedford Street, to the rear in Linenhall Street and in the surrounding streets. The nearest bus station is the Europa Bus Centre which is approximately five minutes walk from the Ulster Hall. There is a metro city bus stop on Bedford Street, directly opposite the hall. And an Ulsterbus stop to the rear, in Linenhall Street.