Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 31 July 2014

More shows from Ball and Westlife

Fans of West End musical star Michael Ball will be delighted to hear he has confirmed an extra date for Belfast next spring.

The former Phantom of the Opera and Aspects of Love performer will now play March 12 and 13 at the Waterfront Hall.

He is due to perform hits from his recent album One Voice which was released in October and will feature some of his favourite rock songs, such as Since You've Been Gone by Rainbow.

Tickets for Michael Ball's Waterfront show are priced from £27 and go on sale this Friday at 9am.

Meanwhile, Westlife have announced they are to play a fourth gig at the Odyssey Arena on April 16 next year as part of their Love Tour.

The band, currently top of the album charts, have already sold out concerts on April 13, 14 and 15. Tickets go on sale this Saturday, December 2, at 9am.

They are available from the Odyssey Box Office on 9073 9074, the usual Ticketmaster outlets, online at and credit card bookings can be made on 0870 2434455.

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