Ahead of his SOLD OUT Ulster Hall show on December 21st, Northern Irish singer-songwriter Ryan McMullan is pleased to announce an intimate Belfast show at the Black Box on Tuesday, December 18th 2018. The past year has seen a phenomenal rise for Ryan, from selling out The Limelight, Mandela Hall and his largest ever Belfast show at the Ulster Hall in December 2018, this is a very intimate show not to be missed.
Ryan McMullan is a rare jewel in the crown of the popular music. With a voice that’s one of the finest to come out of Ireland, Ryan has been commanding the attention of a rapidly growing fan base and attracting the attention of established artists alike. His stage performance is raw and gritty but full of heart. Ryan’s storytelling within the songs are filled with rich and varied tones and his youth clearly does not deter from his ability to communicate life stories and emotion. Ireland has always been a hub of natural songwriting talent and ability throughout history; Ryan epitomises this reputation.
Hailing from Portaferry, a small seaside town in Northern Ireland, the 26-year-old is a fresh new talent on the singer/songwriter scene and in a short space of 3 years has made his way from the small clubs in Ireland to play in Arenas to thousands of people. He has had multiple successful tours; opening a 31 date tour with Ed Sheeran in 2017, Playing a handful of shows in NYC one being a headline sold-out show in the Rockwood Music Hall., touring with the likes of Foy Vance in America, the UK and Europe, American alt-country-rockers NEEDTOBREATHE, Snow Patrol, Ciaran Lavery and Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi). Ryan’s craft of performing is exceptional and has been harnessed and endorsed by some of the music industries biggest names including Gary Lightbody (Snow Patrol) and Ed Sheeran. Ryan’s future is certainly set to be a bright one.
Ryan’s Belfast ULSTER HALL show is now SOLD OUT.
Tickets on sale Friday, October 19th at 9 am from www.ticketmaster.ie, www.limelightbelfast.com , Katy’s Bar & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. Northern Ireland customers 0844 277 44 55 & Republic of Ireland customers 0818 719 300.