The Odyssey Arena will see some of the world’s biggest bands grace its stage in the coming months. One Direction and Girls Aloud are set to play in March, while Jessie J will come to Belfast in October. Travelodge Belfast offers an affordable, convenient place to stay; now all you need is your tickets!
One Direction are playing four consecutive nights in Belfast to make sure their die-hard fans don’t miss them. Starting on Thursday, March 7th, they’ll play Friday, Saturday and Sunday to an undoubtedly packed Odyssey Arena. After finishing third in The X-Factor, One Direction have gone on to become the biggest boy band in the world. Not bad for bronze medalists! Their debut single, What Makes You Beautiful, entered at #1 in the charts, and it’s been a constant ascent for the cheeky quintet since then, with platinum selling albums, sold-out tours and even an upcoming film. Get your tickets right here!
Girls Aloud continue their remarkable comeback with their fantastic tour, which stops for two nights at Belfast’s Odyssey Arena. Their latest single, Something New, was released on 18th November through Polydor Records, and was the official single for BBC Children In Need 2012. The English-Irish pop girl group also found their feet on a talent show – 2002’s Pop Stars: The Rivals, and they haven’t looked back since. You can grab tickets for the gigs here.
Previously slated to take place on March 17th, Jessie J’s Belfast show at The Odyssey Arena has been delayed to October 15th. Jessie addressed the fans herself to say sorry for the postponement of her gigs, saying: “I would like to be the first to tell that you that my Nice To Meet You tour has been rescheduled to later next year.” She added that she was “honestly truly sorry”. Anyone who was set to attend the previous show, your ticket is still valid! And anyone who couldn’t make it, now you can.
They’re just three of the fantastic events taking place at The Odyssey Arena in Belfast in the coming months, with Meatloaf, Bruno Mars and Alicia Keys also slated to play the Northern Irish capital.