[b:20fe6ccd0c]Radar proudly presents[/b:20fe6ccd0c]
[size=200]Rodrigo y Gabriela
[b:20fe6ccd0c]Mandela Hall, Belfast
Tuesday 1st December, 2009
Mexican duo Rodrigo y Gabriela have announced that they will play a very special and unique one off performance in the intimate surrounds of the Mandela Hall on Tuesday December 1st.
The band have made this announcement prior to performing two sold out shows in Dublin this November. This run of dates will allow the band to come back to their much loved second home of Ireland. The bands last performance in Belfast was 3 years ago, so this show is hugely overdue and anticipated.
This show will see the band showcase new material from the new album 11:11,the follow up to their self titled 2006 album, as well as some older favourites.
[b:20fe6ccd0c]Tickets priced from £20.00 including booking fee go on sale Saturday 7th November at 9am.[/b:20fe6ccd0c]
This is going to be amazing.
my god this will be fantastic.I'll be very surprised if this doesn't sell out pretty quick.
For anyone who hasn't seen them live, take this opportunity...
wallis bird is supporting them on loads of dates. hopefully she'll do the belfast date..
hmmm Belfast isn't included on her site or myspace...
any stage times for this yet?
Robyn G Shiels 8.30pm
Rodrigo y Gabriela 9.30pm
Tickets are flying out for this. Probably best to pick one up this afternoon if you're still thinking of heading. Should be a few on the door but I wouldn't want to be relying on it.
cheers Dee, good to see Robyn G Shiels on the bill, haven't seem live in ages, apart from with John Edgar Voe. should be a mighty gig
[b:e8575c928c]Best gig of my life.. [/b:e8575c928c]
Honestly, it was [i:e8575c928c]fucking[/i:e8575c928c] amazing!
Whoever missed out should go cry, because their life can never be complete. (until Rod & Gab come to belfast again)
Really good show, have to day I prob prefered Rod Y Gab when I saw them years ago in the lyric, that show was had more of an acoustic mellow feel to it rather than the heavy rock band palying acoustic guitars feel of the show in the week. Not so sure I was into all the pedal use etc...
Still I guess a bigger crowd means they have to get some kind of stage show rather than the sitting cross legged on stools of their earlier gigs, and dam they can both play!