Jim Carroll

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Belfast continues to rock

While the Belfast Festival at Queen’s University runs until the end of the month, the festival action in the Northern capital also extends into November with the A Little Solidarity music festival providing a snapshot of the vibrant new band …

Fri, Oct 24, 2008, 09:12

   

While the Belfast Festival at Queen’s University runs until the end of the month, the festival action in the Northern capital also extends into November with the A Little Solidarity music festival providing a snapshot of the vibrant new band scene in Northern Ireland.

From November 13th to 15th, Fighting With Wire, General Fiasco, And So I Watch You From Afar, Panama Kings and others will play at various venues. There will also be a photo exhibition from Graham Smith and various industry panels.

And that’s not all up north. Tomorrow night sees Foy Vance, Bronagh Gallagher, the Inishowen Gospel Choir and others take part in Urban Hymns at the May Street church in the city.

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