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Check out the best Belfast gigs to head to this weekend

By Damien Murray

Published 19/02/2016

Sandy Kelly
Sandy Kelly

Sandy Kelly - Patsy Cline Music and Memories Ulster Hall, Belfast Tonight, 8pm.

Following a sell-out 40-date tour of England and Scotland, Sligo's Sandy Kelly brings her Patsy Cline 50th Anniversary Tour tribute show to Belfast.

This nostalgic trip down memory lane features the music and hits of country music legend Cline, including songs such as Crazy and Sweet Dreams.

For details, call the box office, tel: 028 9033 4455, or visit

Paul Brady Grand Opera House, Belfast, Tomorrow and Sunday, 8pm

Paul Brady is one of Ireland's most highly regarded and successful artists.

Often classified as a musician's musician, Brady's songs have been covered by a huge array of major artists.

With more than 16 albums to date, he crosses musical boundaries - incorporating folk, rock, blues, traditional Irish and classic pop styles - and was recently awarded a 'Lifetime Achievement Award' from The National Concert Hall in Dublin.

For details, call the box office, tel: 028 9024 1919, or visit

Charlie Landsborough

Grand Opera House, Belfast

Tuesday and Wednesday, 7.30pm

Charlie Landsborough has won just about every award possible in the UK and Irish country scene, yet country music accounts for only a small part of his repertoire.

The Birkenhead artist's simplistic yet captivating style ranges from beautiful ballads to folk, blues, country, rock 'n' roll, pop, gospel and anthems.

Landsborough is also appearing at Coleraine's Riverside Theatre on Saturday, February 27.

For details, call the box office, tel: 028 9024 1919, or visit

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