Inhaler announce Ulster Hall show
IRISH pop rockers Inhaler have announced a Belfast show at the Ulster Hall.
The Ulster Hall show on on Thursday November 9 will be the penultimate date of their 10-month long Cuts & Bruises world tour, the final date being the previously announced homecoming arena show at Dublin’s 3Arena on Saturday November 11 with support from English indie band Blossoms and Derry artist Soak.
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The Dublin quartet led by Bono's son, Elijah Hewson, have already played their biggest headline tour of Britain this year, alongside an extensive tour of Europe supporting Arctic Monkeys. The summer also saw Inhaler performing at TRNSMT, the Reading and Leeds festivals, Slane Castle, Belsonic and Electric Picnic.
The upcoming Dublin show will be their largest to date, an occasion the band are already looking forward to: "We’ve had the best of times travelling around the world and seeing you all these past few months," they say.
"This is going to be our last gig for now, so we want this night to be a celebration of all of you who have been with us the last few years. To make it the best show it can possibly be, we’ve invited our friends Blossoms to be special guests, as well as the brilliant Soak.”
Supports for the Ulster Hall show have yet to be announced. Tickets will go on sale this Friday at 9.30am via ulsterhall.co.uk