Liam Gallagher's gig in Belfast next month has been moved to the SSE Arena due to 'phenomenal demand'.
The former Oasis frontman was set to perform at the Ulster Hall on Monday, October 30 with tickets due to go on sale from the venue's website only.
However, due to huge demand for tickets, the gig has been moved to the SSE Arena.
The Queen's Island site has a much larger capacity of 11,000, compared to the Ulster Hall which can hold less than 2,000.
Tickets for the much anticipated gig were released on Friday, September 8 at 10am and could be purchased from Ticketmaster and the SSE Arena Box Office.
The singer announced a new 10-date UK tour last week, which he will kick off in Belfast.
Following a handful of small gigs and festival appearances in recent months - including a show at Dublin's Olympia Theatre in June - this marks the singer's first big solo tour.
His Belfast show will be followed by gigs in Leeds, Glasgow, Plymouth, London, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff and Brighton - before a homecoming show in Manchester
The tour will follow the release of his album 'As You Were' on October 6.