The Chemical Brothers
Playing their first Belfast gig since 2005, The Chemical Brothers headline Belsonic Festival on Friday 10 June.
The Chemical Brothers to headline Belsonic Festival
Updated: 17 March 2016
Belfast’s Belsonic Festival welcomes The Chemical Brothers this June to play their first show in the city since 2005. The duo, Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons, will headline the festival on Friday 10 June.
It will be the first time fans in Belfast will get to hear the pair’s new album, Born In The Echoes, live. Released in 2015, it was The Chemical Brothers’ first release since 2010’s Further.
The Chemical Brothers will be joined by Erol Alkan, Phil Kieran and Shchumtz at the festival, who will provide support for the band.
Belsonic Festival runs from 10 June to 29 June and will see performances from the likes of Faithless, Ellie Goulding, Bring Me The Horizon and Biffy Clyro. This year the festival will be held at Titanic Belfast, which is move from previous years when the festival was held at Custom House Square.