Wednesday 27th January 2010
The enigmatic talent of Adam Green returns to Belfast early in 2010 for a solo show at the Speakeasy. The show comes in support of his new album 'Minor Love' set for release on Rough Trade Records in January. Green was most recently in Belfast in support of The Cribs in September, and has previously played the Ulster Hall alongside the Strokes. Charming, witty, aloof, arrogant and cheeky Green is a top notch performer who always manages to leave audiences talking in one way or another about his live shows.
Tickets priced £10 are on sale from Tuesday 10th November. Tickets are available from Queens Students Union, Ticketmaster outlets and online from www.qubsu-ents.com.
Oh this is going to be a good show. Caught him recently and was surprised at how great it was!
A really good live act! Saw him support the cribs and thought he was unbelieveable should be a great gig
The Brothers Movement confirmed as support for this.
Has this sold out?
Ticketmaster looks sold out at and I can't find anywhere on the ents site to buy them.
Nowhere near sold out.
You can buy them at the desk in the Students Union with no booking fee.
Brilliant, will pick one up over the weekend then, thanks.
Have contacted Ticketmaster there and they say they've got the problem fixed so you should be able to buy online now.
Tickets still available for this one.
His new album has been getting pretty tasty reviews.
[quote:627181830e="Desus"]The Brothers Movement confirmed as support for this.
www.myspace.com/thebrothersmovement[/quote:627181830e] this is the band i was trying to tell you about well some of you anyway they are fking amazing one of the best bands iv ever heard ,,seriously do not miss them....
Timings for this are
The Brothers Movement 9pm
Adam Green 10pm
Obscenely excited for this.
New album is sweet as, but hope he plays a good amount of older stuff too.