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Boyzone fans clamour for Feile an Phobail Belfast gig tickets

By Amanda Ferguson

Published 23/05/2014

Boyzone have announced that they will play the west Belfast Festival this summer
Boyzone have announced that they will play the west Belfast Festival this summer

Boyzone fans are counting down the minutes until the chart-topping Irish group play Belfast this summer.

Following on from The Kaiser Chiefs last month, Feile an Phobail organisers have secured the legendary north Dublin 'man-band' to play Falls Park on August 2.

Ronan Keating, Keith Duffy, Mikey Graham and Shane Lynch will be on stage playing all their hits.

Tickets for the Feile 2014 gig, were available from yesterday and are selling fast.

PR account director Fiona Brown (32) told the Belfast Telegraph she had been a fan since she was a girl and can't wait for the Falls Park gig.

"I am going to go with my mum and friends," she said.

"We are all Boyzone fans. Caoimhe, Lisa and I, we were at school when they first came out. We were massive boyband fans. We went to all of their gigs. I have seen them at the Ulster Hall, King's Hall, Odyssey and in Liverpool."

Event manager Louise McElvanna (32) from south Belfast also has tickets for the Falls Park concert.

"I have been going to see Boyzone since 1998 in the King's Hall.

"There is a huge buzz about them coming to west Belfast. It should be a really fun night."

Boyzone are the latest act to be announced for Feile 2014, which runs from July 31 to August 10. Feile director Kevin Gamble said "one of the thrills" of working on the annual festival is making big announcements about acts.

"We're hugely excited to bring one of the biggest boybands of all time to west Belfast, where audiences will be able to enjoy them in the wonderful surrounds of Falls Park." he said.

Tickets, priced at £25, are available from all Ticketmaster outlets. For more information

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