Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 4 October 2015

Pop/Dance Music 30/10/09

By Patric Baird

Published 30/10/2009

There are plenty of Halloween festivities going on in the bars and clubs across the province over the next few nights, but if dressing up as Dracula and dancing to the Monster Mash doesn't exactly light up your pumpkin, check out General Fiasco, one of our most exciting young bands, who have scored a prestigious headlining slot at Belfast's Ulster Hall tomorrow night.

The show was originally scheduled for mid-September, but was put back to tie in with the band's first single release, We Are The Foolish.

To grace the stage of such an impressive venue is a measure of the band's appeal and success. Formed just over two years ago in their hometown of Magherafelt, the indie rock trio can already boast appearances at the Reading and Leeds Festivals, Oxegen and The Electric Picnic, as well as sharing a bill with Snow Patrol and an upcoming UK tour with The Enemy.

Tomorrow night's support acts include Six Star Hotel, Jody Has A Hitlist and The Good Fight.

Tickets cost £13.50 and if you really feel the need to don a daft disguise, you'll probably be in very good company!

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