The Cadillac Three announce Belfast show
US southern rockers The Cadillac Three have announced a new European tour, which will include a date in Belfast.
The trio will perform their 'Long Hair Don't Care' show at Mandela Hall in the city on Thursday, November 9.
They will also be performing at Whelans in Dublin on Friday, November 10, with support from UK band Broken Witt Rebels.
Tickets for both shows go on sale from Friday, June 16 at 9am.
The tour announcement comes ahead of the release of The Cadillac Three's new album Legacy in August.
Speaking about the record, drummer Neil Mason said: "We started the Legacy album the day our record ‘Bury Me In My Boots’ came out last August because there were some songs we were excited about and we wanted to jump in the studio and do what we do live for a minute – to see what would happen.
“We didn't really tell anyone what was up and by the end of the year we had cut the whole album and produced it ourselves. We can't wait for everyone to hear what we've been up to in between all the shows the last year and a half."
The trio collectively produced the 11-track project and worked with renowned songwriters like Lori McKenna, Jonathan Singleton and Laura Veltz.
Belfast Telegraph Digital